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Demonstrative lesson “Save the nature (Help our animals)” Grade 8

Short-term plan

 

 

Date: 19.02.2015

Grade: 8 a

Subject: English

 

Lesson 12  : “Save the nature (Help our  

                                                 animals)”

*     Oral Language

*     Reading

*     Writing

 

Unit 4: The flora & fauna

*     Receptiveness to language

*     Developing cognitive abilities through language

*     Competence and confidence using languages

 

Content objectives:lesson focuses on the formation and development of the ability to find the necessary information on the Internet and use a foreign language in oral-speech activities and project work

 

Grammar: Modal verbs: should, must

 

Type of   the  lesson:  According to Bloom’s  

                                     Taxonomy

 

Resources:   Multimedial board

Internet material

 Sequencing cards

          A3 paper for wall story

 

CHECKING THEIR HOMEWORK

 

vWhen was the 1st list of the Red Data Book made?

vWhen was it published?

vWhy do the scientists need this kind of book?

vDo you know that the pages of this book are red, yellow and green?

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 minute + 5 minute students’creative works

 

 

 

vThe first list of the Red Data Book was made in 1949

 

vThe scientists examined the living conditions of animals, birds, and insects.

vThe colour red is a danger signal. It’s a stop sign. It’s the colour of blood and life. Animals which need immediate help are placed  the red pages. Those which number is reducing are on the yellow pages. Green pages are for animals which are already saved. In our country the book appeared in 1974.

BY BLOOM’S TAXONOMY

 

I. REMEMBERING

Group work

Let’s train our ecological vocabulary.Card №1 / Give the definitions/ 

§ The scientific study of organisms and environment 
§ All around us – all living things, climate, air, water, soil 
§ Keeping the nature clean. The wise use of environment. 
§ Evergreen woodlands, where there is much rain. 
§ The natural home of animals and plants 
§ Plants, animals, people 
§ Too many people in one place 
§ Destroying everything around you 
§ Making air, water, land a dangerous place

2 minute

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

§   Ecology 

§  Environment

 
§  Conservation 

§  Rainforests 

§  Habitat 
§  Living things 
§  Overcrowding

 §  Destruction

 §  Pollution 

II. UNDERSTANDING

 

Grammar- modal verbs: should, must

"Should" is most commonly used to make recommendations or give advice. It can also be used to express obligation as well as expectation.

It is going to  rain, you should take your umbrella.

It is cold, we  should  put on our  warm clothes.

Must

"Must" is most commonly used to express certainty. It can also be used to express necessity or strong recommendation, although native speakers prefer the more flexible form "have to." "Must not" can be used to prohibit actions, but this sounds very severe.

You must take some medicine for that cough. 

Jenny, you must not play in the street! 

 

2 minute

 

 MODALS

 

 SHOULD: GIVING ADVICE

 

MUST/MUSN'T: STRONG OBLIGATION

 

INDIVIDUAL WORK

 

 People should   protect the environment. It makes good sense. 

We must protect our environment, or our resources will disappear

We should select cars so that they are more fuel-efficient.

Engineers must redesign engines so that they are more fuel-efficient.

 

We should use re-usable bags when shopping.

 

Stores must give out recyclable plastic bags.

 

 

 

2 minute

III. APPLYING

 

Why are animals in danger?

Text

 

Group work with a Jigsaw method

 

How would you use to explain this passage of the text?

5 minute

 

 

 

 

 

 

Students  should try  to explain each other the meaning of the text.

 

 

IV. ANALYSING

 

What is your passage about?

How is your classmate explain you the text?

Why do you think so?

What conclusions can you draw?

 

3 minute + 2 minute Test

 

 

 

1 or 2 students to talk about their passage of the text.

 

 

 

Then they do their test individually

 

V. CREATING

 

 

WATCHING VIDEO “SAVE THE FOREST, WILDLIFE”

 

 

4 minute

 

 

 

 

 WORKING IN PAIRS

 

Short summary

 

               3 minute

VI. EVALUATING

 

MAKING UP ENVIRONMENTAL RULES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 minute

Code of Ecological Rules:

 

– Don’t break trees.

– Don’t leave litter.

– Keep the country tidy.

– Respect the life and work of the countryside.

– Keep dogs under control.

– Put litter away.

– Grow trees and flowers.

– Don’t frighten birds and animals.

– Don’t cut wild flowers.

– Don’t burn fires.

 

REFLECTION:

 

2 minute

Hometask:

 

Essay “Saving nature”

CRITERIAL EVALUATION

 

5 minute

 

         

 

 

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