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The theme of the lesson: William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens

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Lesson plan



LESSON 6: Unit 3. Comedy and Drama


School: 16

Date:

Teacher name: Yeskaliyeva A.K.

Theme of the lesson:

William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens

CLASS: 6

Number present:

absent:

Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to

6.2.5.1 understand most specific information and detail of supported, extended talk on a range general and curricular topics

6.3.5.1 keep interaction going in longer exchanges on a range of general and curricular topics

6.3.7.1 use appropriate subject-specific vocabulary and syntax to talk about a limited range of general topics, and some curricular topics

6.6.3.1 use common participles as adjectives and order adjectives correctly in front of nouns on a growing range of familiar general and curricular topics



Lesson objectives

All learners will be able to:

  • complete 80% of reading tasks;

Most learners will be able to:

  • complete 90% of reading tasks;

Some learners will be able to:

  • complete 100% of reading tasks;

Assessment criteria

Learners complete 80% -90% of the reading tasks.

Value links

Respect

Cross curricular links link

Art, Literature

ICT skills

Projector or Smart board for power point

Previous learning

Our Countryside

Plan

Planned timings

Planned activities

Resources

Beginning


2 min







3 min

I. Org. moment

-Greeting.

Teacher greets learners. Teacher introduces the learning and lesson objectives


II. Lead-in

Learners are divided into 2 groups by choosing the card.

The first group is called – Charles Dickens.

The 2nd group is called –William Shakespeare.


There are pictures of Shakespeare and Dickens and teacher asks what they know about them? What are some of the books they wrote?






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Pictures

Middle









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13 min











































































2 min



10 min

Pre –reading

Method K-W-L

Learners complete the chart by using method K-W-L chart.

While - Reading

Each group is given two different texts. Learners read the texts and highlight key words and share opinions about the reading passage in their groups.

After some minutes of reading, teacher distributes the posters and colorful pencils, in order to suggest a mind mapping activity. Learners have to make up a mind map in accordance with the information from the text.

Differentiation: individual support for more struggling learners.



Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens was a very popular and talented English novelist of the Victorian Era. He was born in 1812 in a poor English family. Charles had many brothers and sisters but he preferred reading to playing with children. His father had many books so young Dickens learned to read very early and spent most of his time reading them.

When Charles was 10 years old, his family moved to London where his father got into debt. Soon his father was put into prison that’s why Charles had to start working. He worked at a small factory in London, pasting labels on bottles. The boy had to work in dreadful conditions for 2 years.

Then Dickens managed to go to school for some time, however he didn’t learn much there. He liked studying at home by his own or with the help of his father. Later Charles worked as a clerk in a lawyer’s office and at the age of 25 he wrote his first sketch which was soon published by a magazine.

Then the magazine published nine other sketches all of which had a great success. The sketches became Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Since then Charles Dickens devoted himself entirely to literature. He wrote such famous novels as Oliver Twist, Dombey and Son, David Copperfield and Great Expectations.

All of his books are interesting and humorous even if they often describe the hard life of poor people. Charles Dickens died in 1870. He was one of the greatest English novelists whose books are still read all over the world.



William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare (1564-1616) was one of the greatest and famous writers in human history. He was born in Stratford-on-Avon, a small town in the middle of England. His father wanted his son to be a well-educated person and William was sent to the local grammar school.

Studying at school the boy actually did not have any free time. But he spent his rare spare hours walking in the forest or watching the river Avon.

Those days there were not a lot of theatres in towns and actors and actresses had to travel moving from one place to another with their shows. Sometimes they visited Stratford-on-Avon. William liked to watch them playing. He got fond of their profession and he decided to become an actor.

He went to London and there he became an actor. At that time he began to write plays too. Shakespeare was at the same time an actor and a playwright. In his works he reflected events of his contemporaries' life. His plays were staged in many theatres, translated into many foreign languages. That made Shakespeare a very popular man.

Most famous of his plays are Othello, King Lear, Hamlet, and Romeo and Juliet. They are still popular and you can watch his .plays in almost any country of the world. He produced thirty seven plays at all. He had connections with the best English theatres for about 25 years.

William Shakespeare wrote also a lot of poetry including his unbeaten sonnets. There are numerous songs written with his poems. He is still most often published author of the world and well known among people. We do not know much about his life. We can only guess what kind of man he was analysing the legends and a few documents of the time.

Shakespeare died in 1616, but millions people today still admire his plays.

Physical minute


Post – reading:

When they finish making up a poster, they will stick them to a blackboard and retell the text in turns.








Handout 1


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Dictionaries































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The Skeleton Dance


Posters

End


3 min

Feedback

There will be a sheet with tree and students are to give feedback on the sticky leaves.


A sheet with tree.

2 min

Homework

Ex. 2 p. 42 Read and translate the text about Oliver Twist. Write down new words on your vocabularies.

PPT

TB





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The theme of the lesson: William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens

Автор: Yeskaliyeva Anar Kairbayevna

Дата: 24.05.2020

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