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LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS

Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853


CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 8th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: Relative Clauses Lesson Nr: 4

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to join sentences using
relative adverbs or pronouns during a conversation.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES


Warm-Up: Students watch a video with examples of
relative clauses Chiyo powtoon. Relative pronoun
intro. Taken from:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdRvaYoDZ28
https://www.youtube.com/watch
10 min ?v=PdRvaYoDZ28
Students comment the video.

Previous Knowledge: Teacher presents some


sentences. Word document
Students talk about what kind of relative (pronouns or
adjectives) they must use in each case. They can
choose between:

Relative Pronouns: (whose, whom, who, that)

The girl, _________ has a rabbit, is beautiful.

The girl, ___________ I teach, is very intelligent.

The girl, _____________ pants are red, is very tall. 20 min

Relative Pronouns: (which, that)

I really like the clothes _________ I bought yesterday.

These new clothes, ________ I bought yesterday, are very


nice.

Relative Adjectives: (When, Where, Why)

Last year I went to Italy. I dont know the reason _________ I


LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 8th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: Relative Clauses Lesson Nr: 4

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to join sentences using
relative adverbs or pronouns during a conversation.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES


like it so much?

Last year I went to Italy, ___________ the most handsome


guys live.

Last year I went to Italy, ___________ everyone was on


vacation.

Presentation:
Teacher explains relative clauses, using the
information presented in the following link: Espressoenglish. Relative
https://www.espressoenglish.net/relative-clauses-exercises/ Clauses+exercises. Taken from:
https://www.espressoenglish.net/
WHAT IS A RELATIVE relative-clauses-exercises/

CLAUSE?
A relative clause is a phrase that adds information
to a sentence. All relative clauses describe a noun,
and they begin with one of these relative
pronouns or relative adverbs.
20 min
Relative Pronouns
who (to describe people subject)
The woman who works in the bank is my neighbor.
whom (to describe people object)
My cousins, one of whom is a doctor, live in England.
whose (to describe possession)
The man whose car was stolen went to the police station.
that (to describe things defining relative clauses)
Im selling the computer that I bought in the U.S.
which (to describe things non-defining relative
clauses)
LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 8th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: Relative Clauses Lesson Nr: 4

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to join sentences using
relative adverbs or pronouns during a conversation.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES


Im selling this computer, which has a 250-GB hard
drive, for $500.
Relative Adverbs
when (to describe times)
My favorite season is fall, when all the leaves change
color.
where (to describe places)
I visited the neighborhood where I grew up
why (to give a reason)
Do you know the reason why the stores are closed
today?

RELATIVE CLAUSES = BETTER


SENTENCES IN ENGLISH
Here is an example of some English sentences
without relative clauses:

Yesterday I met a man. He works in the circus.


I bought a cell phone. It has internet access.
Theres the restaurant. I ate at that restaurant last night.
These sentences are correct, but they are very
short and simple. You can use relative clauses to
make your sentences in English sound more fluent
and natural:
Yesterday I met a man who works in the circus.
I bought a cell phone that has internet access.
Theres the restaurant where I ate last night.
DEFINING AND NON-DEFINING
RELATIVE CLAUSES
Non-defining relative
clauses add EXTRA information to the sentence.
LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 8th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: Relative Clauses Lesson Nr: 4

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to join sentences using
relative adverbs or pronouns during a conversation.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES


Defining relative
clauses add ESSENTIAL information to the
sentence.
You can see if a relative clause is defining or non-
defining by removing it from the sentence. If you
remove a non-defining relative clause, the sentence
still has the same meaning. If you remove a
defining relative clause, the sentence has a
different meaning or is incomplete.
Example of a sentence with a NON-DEFINING
relative clause:
My brother, who lives in California, is an engineer.
If you remove who lives in California, the
sentence still has the same meaning:

My brother is an engineer.
The relative clause who lives in California
is extra information.
Example of a sentence with a DEFINING relative
clause:
Thats the student who failed English class three times.
If you remove who failed English class three
times, the sentence is incomplete:

Thats the student.


Therefore, the relative clause who failed English
class three times is essential information, because
it defines which student, specifically, we are talking
about.
In written English, use a comma before and
after non-defining relative clauses.
LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 8th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: Relative Clauses Lesson Nr: 4

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to join sentences using
relative adverbs or pronouns during a conversation.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES


Practice: videos:

EXERCISES
Hafid Engilsh teacher. Adjective
Students look at videos which contain relative clauses, Clauses : dialogues conversation 2.
they have to identify the relative clause in each Retrieved on September 20th
conversation. from:
https://www.youtube.com/watch
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWC0xT7BlSo ?v=4HvHj8myUPY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaw5Lcps7C4 Hafid Engilsh teacher. Adjective


Clauses : dialogues conversation 3.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMSCe_mLnoI Retrieved on September 20th
from:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zf-xkGwo9b0 https://www.youtube.com/watch
?v=xaw5Lcps7C4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGj0JtWZG70
20 min Hafid Engilsh teacher. Adjective
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HvHj8myUPY Clauses : dialogues conversation 4.
Retrieved on September 20th
from:
https://www.youtube.com/watch
?v=xMSCe_mLnoI

Hafid Engilsh teacher. Adjective


Clauses : dialogues conversation 5.
Retrieved on September 20th
from:
https://www.youtube.com/watch
?v=VGj0JtWZG70

Hafid Engilsh teacher. Adjective


Clauses : dialogues conversation 6.
Retrieved on September 20th
from:
LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 8th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: Relative Clauses Lesson Nr: 4

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to join sentences using
relative adverbs or pronouns during a conversation.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES


https://www.youtube.com/watch
?v=dWC0xT7BlSo

Hafid Engilsh teacher. Adjective


Clauses : dialogues conversation 7.
Retrieved on September 20th
from:
https://www.youtube.com/watch
?v=zf-xkGwo9b0

Production:
Teacher presents pictures.
Students propose four different sentences for each
picture which they can link with different relative
pronouns or relative adverbs.

Images

20 min
LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 8th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: Relative Clauses Lesson Nr: 4

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to join sentences using
relative adverbs or pronouns during a conversation.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES


Assessment:
Students propose sentences. Each sentence must Word document.
contain a set two words ( a relative clause and noun)

Example:

that- engineer

The engineer that works in your office, called me


yesterday.

1. who dinner

_____________________________________

2. where boyfriend
20 min
_____________________________________

3. whose ideas

____________________________________

4. when mother

____________________________________

5. whom I

____________________________________
LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 8th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: Relative Clauses Lesson Nr: 4

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to join sentences using
relative adverbs or pronouns during a conversation.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES


Assignment: English-hilfen.de. Relative
Teacher explains homework and releases the class. pronouns who,which,whose-
Students enter the following link, develop the activity exercises. Taken from:
and send a screen shoot to my e-mail https://www.englisch-
account:gomezrojasjuliana@gmail.com hilfen.de/en/exercises/pronou
ns/relative_pronouns.htm

English-hilfen.de. Relative pronouns E learn English language.


who,which,whose- exercises. Taken from: Simple past of regular verbs.
https://www.englisch- Taken from:
hilfen.de/en/exercises/pronouns/relative_pronouns.ht
m http://www.elearnenglishlang
uage.com/blog/learn-
10 min
english/grammar/simple-past-
regular-verbs/
Preparation for next class: Enter the link and prepare
yourself to use the simple past in our speaking
session.

E learn English language. Simple past of regular


verbs. Taken from:

http://www.elearnenglishlanguage.com/blog/learn-
english/grammar/simple-past-regular-verbs/

Observations:
LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 28th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: PAST PERFERCT PROGRESSIVE Lesson Nr: 9

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to talk about events in the
past using the past perfect progressive.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES


Warm-Up:
Students watch a video Hollywood English
( 2017). Present Perfect
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRpRL9LLXrA Continuous in Movies |
Hollywood English. Retrieved
10 min from:
Students talk about which tense is being used in the https://www.youtube.com/wat
video. ch?v=QRpRL9LLXrA
Students say what needs to be done in order to
change these sentences into the past perfect tense.

Previous Knowledge:
Students develop the following exercises: English Grammar Online the
fun way to learn English
English Grammar Online the fun way to learn online. Past Perfect
English online. Past Perfect Progressive. Retrieved Progressive. Retrieved from:
from:
https://www.ego4u.com/en/cr
https://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/past- am-up/grammar/past-perfect-
perfect-progressive/exercises 20 min progressive/exercises

Perfect English Grammar. Past Perfect Continuous Perfect English Grammar. Past
Positive Form. Retrieved from: Perfect Continuous Positive
http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/past- Form. Retrieved from:
perfect-continuous-exercise-1.html http://www.perfect-english-
grammar.com/past-perfect-
continuous-exercise-1.html

Presentation: English Grammar Online the fun


way to learn English online. Past
Perfect Progressive. Retrieved
The past perfect progressive puts emphasis on the
20 min from:
course or duration of an action taking place before https://www.ego4u.com/en/cram
a certain time in the past. -up/grammar/past-perfect-
progressive
Form
LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 28th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: PAST PERFERCT PROGRESSIVE Lesson Nr: 9

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to talk about events in the
past using the past perfect progressive.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES

A: He had been talking.


N: He had not been talking.
Q: Had he been talking?

Use
action taking place before a certain time in the past
sometimes interchangeable with past perfect
simple
puts emphasis on the course or duration of an
action

signal words
for, since, the whole day, all day
Taken from:

English Grammar Online the fun way to learn English


online. Past Perfect Progressive. Retrieved from:
https://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/past-
perfect-progressive

Students watch the following video to reinforce the topic:

EnglishTeacherMarc - Insegnante di Inglese Roma (2015).


Past Perfect Continuous. Retrieved from:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQ3_r-eOhzg
LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 28th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: PAST PERFERCT PROGRESSIVE Lesson Nr: 9

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to talk about events in the
past using the past perfect progressive.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES

Practice:
Students answer the questions based on the pictures.

1. What had you been doing before you got your bachelor
degree?

Word Document

2. What had you been doing before you started to decorate


for Christmas?

3. What had you been doing before you got married?

20 min

4. What had you been doing before you bought your house?

5. What had you been doing before you learnt how to use
LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 28th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: PAST PERFERCT PROGRESSIVE Lesson Nr: 9

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to talk about events in the
past using the past perfect progressive.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES


whats app?

6. What had you been doing before you had your baby?

7. What had you been doing before you started working?

8. What had you been doing before you learnt how to cook?
LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 28th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: PAST PERFERCT PROGRESSIVE Lesson Nr: 9

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to talk about events in the
past using the past perfect progressive.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES

Production: Word Document

Students talk about what they were doing before they


started studying at the university.
To help them write about it they may use these
questions.
20 min
What had you been reading about?
How long had you been watching TV?
How long had you been sleeping?
What had you been studying?
Where had you been working?
Had you been thinking about studying?

Assessment:
Word Document
Students ask and answer to a partner, 3 questions
using the past perfect progressive.
20 min
The first student to speak chooses the students who
must answer.

Assignment:

Teacher explains homework and releases the class. Assignment:

Curso-ingles.com. Ejercicios:
Students enter the following link and complete the Past Perfect Continuous.
exercise. Retrieved from:
https://www.curso-
10 min ingles.com/practicar/ejercicios
Curso-ingles.com. Ejercicios: Past Perfect Continuous.
Retrieved from: /past-perfect-continuous
https://www.curso-
ingles.com/practicar/ejercicios/past-perfect- My English pages. Learn
continuous English grammar online.
Grammar Exercise - Modals
Retrieved from:
http://www.myenglishpages.c
LESSON PLAN FOR ONLINE SPEAKING LESSONS
Student Teachers Name: Blanca Juliana Gmez Code: 37555853
CEAD/CCAV/CERES/UDR: Course: Pedagogical Date: October 28th 2017
Bucaramanga experience II
Topic: PAST PERFERCT PROGRESSIVE Lesson Nr: 9

Objective(s): At the end of the class students will be able to talk about events in the
past using the past perfect progressive.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMING TEACHING RESOURCES


Preparation for next class: om/site_php_files/grammar-
My English pages. Learn English grammar online. exercise-modals.php
Grammar Exercise - Modals
Retrieved from:
http://www.myenglishpages.com/site_php_files/gram
mar-exercise-modals.php

Observations: