Campo formativo: Lenguaje
Lesson plan | Worksheets | Project Ideas
Introduction (10 mins.)
T hangs some flashcards on the board to introduce community problems. T points out each flashcard one by one and elicits or teaches the vocabulary. T elicit from Ss the verbs in each image. Ss take notes.
Verbs: Corruption (bribe, extort, accept), Poverty (struggle, suffer), Water scarcity (consume, overextract, contaminate), Discrimination (exclude, segregate, stereotype), Pollution (contaminate, emit, release, spoil) Crime (commit, break the law), Obesity (binge, lack exercise, lead a sedentary lifestyle), Unemployment (cut jobs, dismiss), Violence (assault, attack, harm, injure, intimidate, aggress), Drugs (abuse, traffic, use illicitly).
Development (20 mins.)
T explains to the Ss what a community problem is and gives examples. Next, T reads aloud a list of problems and asks Ss to guess if they are community problems or not.
T hands out a worksheet to each S and asks them to match some pictures and community problems. Then, T asks Ss to match pictures of people having community problems with the correct descriptions.
Consolidation (15 mins.)
In pairs, Ss discuss and rank their community problems.
Ss justify their answer orally.
Conclusion (5 mins.)
T provides any correction needed on Ss’ production and use of language.
Homework: Ss solve a crossword.
Introduction (10 mins.)
First, T writes on the board a list of categories: crime, violence, vandalism, safety, environment, infrastructure, and corruption.
Then, T shows Ss flashcards representing different community problems and asks them to place each picture in the correct category.
Finally, T tells Ss the importance of categorizing problems for better understanding. Development (20 mins.)
T hands out a worksheet to each S and asks them to match a list of community problems with the appropriate category.
After that, Ss read some sentences describing community problems and try to guess the correct category.
Consolidation (10 mins.)
First, T asks Ss to choose a community problem in their community and draw an illustration of it representing the problem. T encourages creativity and artistic expression. Then, Ss write the name of the problem and its category. T asks volunteers to show their work with the class.
Conclusion (10 mins.)
Ss answer a shot quiz of the topic.
Homework: Write a vocabulary journal with the new words or phrases learned during the lesson.