Science fiction 7

Science fiction 7.

Science fiction 7.

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Unit of a long term plan:Space and Earth

Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to

7.W1 plan, write, edit and proofread work at text level with some support on a range of general and curricular topics

7.R1 understand the main points in texts on a limited range of unfamiliar general and curricular topics

7.S6 begin to link comments with some flexibility to what others say at sentence and discourse level in pair, group and whole class exchanges

-use lexico-grammatical structure in the sentences

-find out some information about our planet

-illustrates the ability to express ideas clearly;

-find out some information about our planet

-use lexico-grammatical structure in the sentences

Use grammar structures in Present Simple,modal verbs can/should

Cooperation, respect to each other, functional literacy

Talking about environment of Kazakhstan

To provide opportunity to work autonomously

To create a friendly atmosphere for collaborative work

Make sure power cords are not a tripping hazard

W whole class discussion I individual work P pair work

G group work f Formative assessment

Planned activities(replace the notes below with your planned activities)

Setting positive atmosphere by asking some ice breaking questions.

(W)Ss listen to the song and song Flying from the sun to the stars

Warming up activities(Students are discussing the following questions)

Teacher:Have you ever thought about the following things?

Is there any intelligent life in the boundless space of our Universe?

Would you like to travel to another planet?Why/Why not?

(D)Teacher introduces the learning objectives of the lesson.

Match the words with their definitions

1.An artificial body placed in orbit around the Earth or

moon or another planet in order to collect information

2. All space and everything that exists in it

3. A huge group of stars and planets

4. The Sun together with the planets going round it

5. A place far above the Earth where there is no air

6. A rocket or other vehicle that can travel in space

7. An optical instrument designed to make distant objects

(P)T:Have you ever thought about the following things? Are we alone in the world?Is there any intelligent life in the boundless space of our Universe?Would you like to travel to another planet? Why / Why not?

(I)Reading for lexico-grammatical structure

T:Correct! Lets learn more information about it. For that we should complete the text with the right parts of the sentences. Put the parts A-G into the right place of the text. One part is odd.

The Sun is a yellow dwarf star, ___ (1). It is believed to be about 5 billion years old. The Sun spins slowly on its axis ____ (2). The center, or core, of the Sun is very hot. A process called «nuclear fusion» takes place there. Nuclear fusion produces a lot of energy. Some of this energy travels out into space ____ (3). Some of it arrives at the Earth! Streams of gas particles known ____ (4). On the Suns surface, we can see storms. We call these storms «sunspots» ____ (5). The Sun also produces big explosions of energy called solar flares. These flares shoot fast ____ (6). These particles can hit the Earths atmosphere and cause a glow called an Aurora.

Aas the solar wind also flow out from the Sun

Bmoving particles off the Suns surface

Cwhich means it is a medium size star

Dbecause they look like dark spots on the Suns surface

3. Reading for detailed comprehension

(W)T:Weve just received an e-mail. Lets read it and decide where it is from.

(Students receive an e-mail and read it aloud, understanding what they need to do)

Informational and Educational Centre of Intergalactic Coalition

We are the students from planet Gloria, the

Andromeda galaxy. We are searching for the planets where intelligent life exists.

We are writing you because our school works on the unique project «Intelligent life in the Universe». We create a data-base about life-existed nooks of the boundless space.We would be grateful if you could let us know the information about your planet. Firstly, tell us about the galaxy and the system you live in. Secondly, we are interested in the peculiarities of your planet. We would be very pleased if you could give us this information by filling in the passport of your planet. We look forward to hearing from you.

P.S.When we store information about neighboring inhabited planets we plan to hold the intergalactic conference and would be happy to invite you to our hospitable planet. By the way, here is a leaflet (passport) of our planet.Click up thereto learn about us.

Ss try to make the leaflet (passport of the Earth):Name,Other names, Address, Weight, Age, Colour, Closest neighbors, Occupation, Hobbies;

Suggested answers for the leaflet (passport of the Earth).

• uses imagination to express thoughts and ideas;

• complete the text with the parts of the sentences;

What skills have you improved? (listening, speaking)

Is it necessary to knowsome facts about our Earth?

Will it really possible to visit another planet?

Tell what planets would you like to visit.

Differentiation how do you plan to give more support? How do you plan to challenge the more able learners?

Assessment how are you planning to check learners learning?

Less support of student during the using topic specific vocabulary.

More support of student during thematchingthe parts A-G into the

More support of student during theusing imagination to express thoughts and ideas;

Most support by completing the text with the parts of the sentences and making the leaflet.

Were the lesson objectives/learning objectives realistic?

Did all the learners achieve the lesson objectives/ learning objectives?

Did my planned differentiation work well?

What changes did I make from my plan and why?

Use the space below to reflect on your lesson. Answer the most relevant questions from the box on the left about your lesson.

What two things went really well (consider both teaching and learning)?

What two things would have improved the lesson (consider both teaching and learning)?

What have I learned from this lesson about the class or individuals that will inform my next lesson?

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