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TEFL Lesson Plan- Assignment 1 – Vocabulary

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Name of the Teacher Date Level of the class Length of lesson Annamique Tyler 15 November 2021 Pre-Intermediate 60 minutes Lesson Type: Grammar Lesson Lesson Topic: Giving Advice (Should and Shoul... dn’t) Lesson Aims: By the end of the lesson, students will be better able to… • Use modal verb should and shouldn’t to give advice in a positive or negative way. Example sentence: 1. You should brush your teeth everyday. (Positive advice) 2. She shouldn’t watch violent TV shows. (Negative advice) Lesson Outcomes: By the end of the lesson, students will have… • Expanded their ability to give positive and negative advice using modal verb should and shouldn’t. • Talked in pairs and gave each other advice on different aspects such as health. • Practiced the accuracy and fluency of using should and shouldn’t for giving advice by playing games such as the spinning wheel where a student goes up to the interactive board and clicks to spin the wheel on which a problematic sentence is displayed and reads the sentence aloud, other students will try to give him or her advice using should and shouldn’t. MAR [Show More]

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