English Grade 1 Unit 1 All about me greetings and names LESSON PLAN.docx
Short term plan
Longterm plan unit:
1 All about me
Teacher name:Rahimbaeva Zh.M
Theme of the lesson: Greetings and names
that this lesson is
1.L3 recognise with support simple greetings recognise the
spoken form of a limited range of basic and everyday
1.S1make basic personal statements and simple statements
1.UE6 use demonstrative pronouns this/these to indicate
All learners will be able to:
Greet each other using common greeting phrases;
Make basic personal statements;
Learners have met the learning objective (1.S1) if they can:
Greet each other and say a few words about themselves.
Greetings, personal information
Cross curricular links
Teacher greets students; students respond to
greeting and take their places.
As a warming up learners sing good morning
When everyone has sat down and is ready say,
"My name is ..." and give your name. Then tell
everyone to stand up. If there is room, have
everyone form a circle. Take a ball and hold it
say your name. Then throw the ball to one
student and they say their name. Students throw
the ball around randomly, saying their name each
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time they catch the ball.
Then, play the same throwing game, but instead of
saying your name, say the name of the person who threw
the ball to you start by asking one student to throw the
ball to you and as you catch it say their name. Then
throw to another student and they should say your name
as they catch it. If anyone gets a name wrong (or can't
remember) they have to sit down for 3 throws. By the
end of the activity everyone should have a good idea of
Do the "Ask Me" activity.
On the board draw a little stick man / woman and write
your name under it.
Then write some answers to the following questions (just
the answers) around the board:
• Age: How old are you?
• Hometown: Where are you from?
• Pets: What pet do you have?
• Food: What is your favorite food?
• Drink: What is your favorite drink?
• Color: What is your favorite color?
• Brothers / Sisters: How many brothers and sisters do
The idea is to try and have your students guess what the
answers relate to and what the question is for each
answer. Start by writing on the board:
• Name: What is your name?
Then point to your name on the board.
Next, point to your hometown on the board and try to
elicit the question "Where are you from?". As you elicit
and help, write the questions on the board until all the
questions are there.
Practice as a class. Have learners write their names
underneath, and write down their answers to the
questions on the board basically doing the same thing
as you did on the board. Then put students in pairs and
have them practice asking and answering the questions
about themselves. As they do this circulate and monitor,
helping out with mistakes and pronunciation, and always
give lots of praise. Health and safety check
Students share opinions if they liked/disliked the lesson
by putting their thumbs up/down and explaining the
reasons using simple language
Assessment – how are
you planning to check
By means of oral
formative assessment –
students work in pairs
making dialogs – teacher
monitors for assessment
Differentiation – how do
you plan to give more
support? How do you
plan to challenge the
more able learners?
For less able students
teacher may provide in L1
for better understanding
To challenge more able
students teacher may
dialog with various types of
greetings and personal
Were the lesson
objectives realistic? Did all
learners achieve the LO?
If not, why?
Did my planned
differentiation work well?
Did I stick to timings?
What changes did I make
from my plan and why?
What two things went really well (consider both teaching and learning)?
Work with the SMART board
not more than 10 minutes
Monitor classroom space
when students start moving
Make short breaks while
Use water based markers
What two things would have improved the lesson (consider both teaching and
What have I learned from this lesson about the class or achievements/difficulties of
individuals that will inform my next lesson?