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LESSON PLANS

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(Updated on 13/03/2013)


Resources
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AUDIO Lessons -
BACK TO SCHOOL - Brainstorming - 'Brevet' (Annales) -
Canada - Celebrations and Holidays - Cinema - Cooperative learning -
Death - 'Didapages' -
End of school -

Final week of school -
Grammar
-
Heroes -

Idioms - Interactive lessons -
Jobs
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Literature
- 'Livres animés DIDAPAGES' -

'Macro-tâche et micro-tâche' - Media - Mnemonics - Music - Mysteries -
'Projets pour les portes ouvertes' - Proverbs -
Reading -
Surf safe -
Theatre - Travels -
UK
- USA -
Video
- Video games -
Weather
- Whiteboards - Writing


Pedagogy
(educ.utas.edu.au)


Related pages :

VOCABULARY (For each theme : a 'Lesson plans' section) -
Exercises accompanying school books - Parts of school books to download -
WEBQUESTS - EVALUATION

END-OF-THE-YEAR ACTIVITIES

 

 

Jobs :


Pages complémentaires :

Métiers

 


  • Happiness is a snip away (teachingenglish.org.uk) - UPDATED
    "The aims of this lesson are to provide practice of the vocabulary of jobs and of reading and speaking skills. The lesson is based around a jigsaw reading exercise on a text about a survey of hairdressers. It introduces the topic of jobs with discussion and a dictation, then asks learners to identify and exchange information. It finishes with learners giving their own opinions about what makes a good/bad job."
  • Students will demonstrate understanding of 10 careers by completing a career scrapbook.
    - a lesson plan (miracosta.cc.ca.us)
  • Jobs - a lesson proposed by Randall S. Davis (esl-lab) with :
    - a list of commonly-used vocabulary with a recording of the words in RealMedia format.
    - a short quiz to test students' comprehension of some of the words,
    - a Follow-Up exercise for expanding students' use of the vocabulary in a conversation with a partner or group.
  • Jobs - "Students list jobs that require various skills and situations." (teachervision.fen)

 

 

Literature :


Pages complémentaires :

Littérature (vocabulaire et activités) -
Littérature
: Ecrivains - Théâtre - Poésie
Littérature : Histoires pour enfants

 


  • Lesson plans for classroom Creative Drama (childdrama.com)
    - Sorted by Age Level
    - By LESSON TYPE : Narrative Pantomime - Physical & Pantomime - Improvisation - Role Drama Activities - Writing Activities - Lesson Collections
    - By cross-curricular CONTENT : Social Studies/History - Science - Language Arts - Friendship & Community - Visual Arts

 

 

Livres animés DIDAPAGES :

 

  • Livres animés Didapages - LIENS
    "Le logiciel Didapages permet de créer facilement des livres multimédia et interactifs utilisant la technologie Flash."

    (anglais.ac-aix-marseille.fr)
  • DIDAPAGES- avec TUTORIELS et RESSOURCES en LIGNE (colleges.ac-rouen.fr)
    "Didapages est un logiciel permettant de créer des documents interactifs en flash, sous forme de livres plus vrais que nature, et ceci de façon extrêmement simple c'est à dire sans connaissance particulière de l'informatique. Il permet également de suivre les résultats et les progressions des élèves lors de leur apprentissage..."
    Lire la suite (Ac. Strasbourg)

 

 

 

Macro-tâche et micro-tâche :

 

  • Macro-tâche et micro-tâche

    Macro-tâche ou objectif de la séquence :
    « L’élève sera capable de prendre la parole dans un procès simplifié »
    S’adresser à un auditoire : « Peut faire un exposé simple et direct, préparé, sur un sujet familier dans son domaine… » B1
    Micro-tâches à envisager (en impliquant les activités langagières : CO-CE (réception), EE-POc, POi (production)...
    (Ac. Toulouse)

 

 

Media :


Pages complémentaires :

Journaux - Presse - Média

 


  • Current events! (Education World) :
    "Using the news" - whether in the form of the daily newspaper, TV news reports, or classroom discussions of important events"


 

  • News stories and lessons - (avec son et parfois videos) :
    Computers in the Classroom
    Free Food for Kids
    Fun Reading Show
    Kids' Cafe
    Money Helps Teachers
    Police Arrest Parents
    School Deal
    School Nurse
    Students and Satellites
    Teen Drinking
    Threatened at School
    avec exercices : vocabulary, select a word, multiple choice, sequencing, etc.
    (cdlponline.org)

 

 

Mnemonics :

  • English mnemonics
    1 Computing
    2 Nautical
    3 Language

    3.1 Spelling 3.2 Phonetics
    4 Music
    5 Time

    5.1 Daylight Saving Time 5.2 Months
    6 Science
    6.1 Biology 6.2 Medicine 6.3 Color 6.4 Geography
    6.5 Geology 6.6 Chemistry 6.7 Planets 6.8 Astronomy
    7 Zodiac
    8 Mathematics

    (fact-archive.com)

 

Music :


Pages complémentaires :

Musique
CHANSONS / MUSIQUE

 

 

  • Rock+Roll - lesson plans (Music and History / Myths) - (rockhall.com)

 

  • Music - a lesson proposed by Randall S. Davis (esl-lab) with :
    - a list of commonly-used vocabulary with a recording of the words in RealMedia format.
    - a short quiz to test students' comprehension of some of the words,
    - a Follow-Up exercise for expanding students' use of the vocabulary in a conversation with a partner or group.

 

 

Mysteries :


Pages complémentaires :

Mystère

 


  • The daily routines of monsters, zombies, ghosts and aliens - a lesson plan
    "Aim:
    - Practise third person -s
    - Practise talking and writing about routines
    - Practise saying and writing common action verbs
    - Practise making questions about days, times and routines
    - Make a poster"
    (onestopenglish.com)
  • Super Heroes (Comics US) - lesson plan / webquest (prof.danglais) :
    Captain America | Iron man | Daredevil | The Hulk | The Silver Surfer | The Fantastic Four | etc


  • Mystery Stories - Building Literacy with a Twist (webenglishteacher) :
    "What better way to build reading comprehension skills than with a good mystery?
    In every story readers must understand characters, identify causes and effects, note sequence, and draw inferences
    .
    Here are some ideas to help you incorporate the reading and writing of mysteries in your classroom."


  • The Water Horse: Cryptids, Loch Ness Monster - a lesson plan
    "Talking about the mystery that involves the Loch Ness Monster is a common moment in English classes because of its far fetched story. 
    I edited this scene to make the context more appealing to those who know little about the monsters origin."

    (warmupsfollowups.blogspot.fr)

 

 

'Projets pour les portes ouvertes' :

 

Les projets pour les portes ouvertes par Marie-Claire Renard (Belgique) :

  • OLIVER TWIST
    Mise en scène d'une petite pièce de théâtre par les élèves de 3e et 4e R - anglais L2
    "A l'attention des professeurs d'anglais qui voudraient se lancer dans la même aventure :
    Tous les outils nécessaires à la réalisation de ce projet (script de la pièce, power point, fichiers son, vocabulaire, feuilles d'exercices, posters décoratifs ...) se trouvent à votre disposition au bas de cette page : profitez-en !  Vous pouvez les enregistrer et les modifier à votre guise !"

 

 

Proverbs :


Pages complémentaires :

Proverbes

 


  • A partir de la page Proverbs in songs , on pourrait enregistrer de courts extraits de chansons afin que les élèves puissent relever les différents proverbes ou allusions.
  • Storytelling - Proverbs : Wisdom Tales Without the Plot (storyarts.org)
    " Have students choose a familiar proverb and develop a story that can surround and carry that thought.
    Multicultural proverbs offer interesting insights into the universality of wisdom.
    The following are some selected proverbs from Wisdom Tales From Around the World by Heather Forest, August House Publishers."

 

 

Reading :


  • Lire en classe
    Entraînement à la lecture suivie en autonomie

    "Comment faire lire en classe de troisième neuf livres différents dans le cadre de l’entraînement à la lecture suivie en autonomie tout en préservant une lecture plaisir et fluide ?"
    (Ac. Versailles)

 

 

Surf Safe :

 

 

 

Theatre :


Pages complémentaires :

Théâtre (vocabulaire et activités) - Théâtre (page littérature)

 


  • Our trip to England in 6 activities prepared by the 3 Euro :
    - Oxford: The University of Christ Church - Hampton Court
    - Shakespeare's life - Shakespeare's work - Shakespeare's time - The Globe
    (Renée Maufroid)

 

  • Lesson plans for classroom Creative Drama (childdrama.com)
    - Sorted by Age Level
    - By LESSON TYPE : Narrative Pantomime - Physical & Pantomime - Improvisation - Role Drama Activities - Writing Activities - Lesson Collections
    - By cross-curricular CONTENT : Social Studies/History - Science - Language Arts - Friendship & Community - Visual Arts

 

 

 

Travels :


Pages complémentaires :

Voyages

 


  • Our trip to England in 6 activities prepared by the 3 Euro :
    - Oxford: The University of Christ Church - Hampton Court
    - Shakespeare's life - Shakespeare's work - Shakespeare's time - The Globe
    (Renée Maufroid)

 

  • Vocabulary Cards: Travel - a lesson plan (eslpartyland.com) :
    Activity: Vocabulary Review (Circumlocutions Game)
    Skills: Speaking, Listening
    Level: Intermediate Class
    Time: 30-45 minutes
  • Travel and Transport - 'Trains and boats and planes' - a lesson (learnenglish.de)
  • travel - a lesson proposed by Randall S. Davis (esl-lab) with :
    - a list of commonly-used vocabulary with a recording of the words in RealMedia format.
    - a short quiz to test students' comprehension of some of the words,
    - a Follow-Up exercise for expanding students' use of the vocabulary in a conversation with a partner or group.

 

 

UK :


Pages complémentaires :

'United Kingdom' (Géographie) - 'United Kingdom' (Histoire)
'United Kingdom' (Civilisation) - 'United Kingdom : Traditions'
'About the United Kingdom'

 


 

 

 

USA :


Pages complémentaires :

Etats-Unis (civilisation) - Etats-Unis (géographie) - Etats-Unis (histoire)

 

  • Séquence sur la géographie des États-Unis (3ème)
    "Cette séquence destinée à des élèves de 3èmes européenne se compose : d’une recherche sur la géographie physique des États-Unis à l’issue de laquelle les élèves devront savoir placer et nommer les différents États, les principaux fleuves, ..."
    (openenglishweb.org)
  • State Unit Studies (easyfunschool)

  • States of America Teaching Theme (Teach-nology) :
    Clip Art, Images, Photos
    Resource Materials
    Downloads
    Sites For Background Information
    Hands On Activities
    Interactive Sites For Students
    Web Quests
    Work Sheets - Work Sheets You Can Customize
    Lesson Plans
  • Carnival - a lesson plan (Elementary - Pre-Intermediate)
    with Notting Hill Carnival, London - Rio de Janeiro Carnival - New Orleans Mardi Gras
    +
    New Orleans Mardi Gras (information, history, pictures and videos)
    (reward-english)
  • Carnival for Pre-Intermediate - Intermediate (reward-english)

 

 

 

Video :


Pages complémentaires :

Video (partie : ORAL)
Video (partie : Outils) - Video (partie : Ressources)

 

  • TEFLclips
    "a site dedicated to the possibilities for YouTube and other video sharing sites in the classroom. Every week a new lesson plan will be uploaded."

    (teflclips.com)
  • ESL Video Lessons for kid Beginners
    "See pictures move and hear them read, also see them spelt . Teach your kids English using these interactive ESL videos There are ESL lessons on Clothes, Toys, Zoo animals,
    Birthday & numbers, farm animals, transportation, weather, vegetables, colors, and more."

    (english-4kids.com)

 

  • Capsules de formation (Commission Scolaire de Montreal)
    Grammar - Make video exercise - Quests - Crime scene investigation...

 

 

 

Video games :

 

  • Serious gaming
    "A serious game is a game designed for a primary purpose other than pure entertainment.
    The "serious" adjective is generally appended to refer to products used by industries like defense, education, scientific exploration, health care, emergency management, city planning, engineering, religion, and politics...
    These games have an explicit and carefully thought-out educational purpose."

    See Edutainment and Game based learning
    (Wikipedia)

 

 

Weather :


Pages complémentaires :

'Weather'

 


  • Weather - a lesson proposed by Randall S. Davis (esl-lab) with :
    - a list of commonly-used vocabulary with a recording of the words in RealMedia format.
    - a short quiz to test students' comprehension of some of the words,
    - a Follow-Up exercise for expanding students' use of the vocabulary in a conversation with a partner or group.


 

 

Whiteboards :


Pages complémentaires :

Le Tableau Blanc Interactif

 

 

 

Writing :


Pages complémentaires :

Expression écrite