By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
- Read for fun skimming and guessing the meaning of difficult words.
- Read for scanning and answer some questions on details of the chapter.
- Answer the questions on the chapter on the textbook.
- Act the scenes included in the chapter.
Set-book, Class board, mind mapping, video film, …….. etc.
Individual, pair and group work, Playing roles, Analysis, Summarizing, …
Warm up (Reviewing):
* Ask about the author and characters of the novel, and the location(s) where the events happened.
* Remind students with the main events of the previous chapter.
* Ask some questions on the main events of the previous chapter.
* Target Vocabulary:
* Target Structure:
* Target Function:
Steps of Introducing the New chapter:
- 1. Before reading, ask students to guess (expect) what events are going to happen.
- Write one or two questions on the board on the main points of the chapter at hand and ask students to read silently and quickly the chapter to answer these questions and underline any difficult words.
- After answering the pre-questions on the board, give students a general idea of the chapter , presenting the new vocabulary through using synonyms, antonyms, mind mapping, full sentences, real situations and deal with target structures and functions if found.
- Write more questions (different types) on the board on details or ask students to read the questions on the chapter on the textbook. Then ask students to read again the chapter but carefully this time to answer the questions they’ve read. Students can work in pairs to answer the questions.
- Elicit the answers from students.
- Show students the scenes of the chapter on a video film (if found).
- Divide students into groups and distribute the roles among them to present the scenes of the chapter.
- At the end, some students come to the front and present a summary for the whole chapter using, First, Secondly, Next, Then, Later, Finally, ……
* Ask: What have we learned today?
* Ask some questions to elicit the main events.
* Ask students to write a summary for the chapter as a homework assignment.
* Assign some more questions on the chapter for students to answer in writing at home.
* Ask some critical thinking questions on the chapter.
* Specify the next part (chapter) of the novel for students to read.
* Write one or two pre-questions (different types) on the next part or chapter and ask students to answer them after reading at home.
* Students enjoyed reading for fun, skimming and scanning. Or
* Techniques used were suitable and objectives were achieved. Or
* Students need revision and more practice on the chapter at hand.