Grade 2 Unit 5 Travel Numbers and shapes LESSON PLAN.docx
Short term plan
Unit 3: Travel
Lesson: Numbers and
Teachers‘ name: Rahimbaeva Zhuldyz Maralovna
Grade 2 BC
that this lesson is
Use of ICT
Health and Safety
2.L1 Recognise short basic instructions for a limited range of
classroom routines spoken slowly and distinctly
2.S1 Make basic personal statements about people, objects and
2.S3 Pronounce basic words and expressions intelligibly
2.S7 Place stress correctly on familiar polysyllabic words
All learners will be able to:
Identify 6 shape words with considerable support
Write 6 shape words with print support
Most learners will be able to:
Identify 6 shape words with support
Write 6 shape words independently after practice
Some learners will be able to:
Identify 6 shape words
Write 6 shape words independently
Learn new words for shapes
Triangle, rectangle, square, diamond, circle, oval
Students learned the words for transport and directions
Shapes common in foreign environments, like a baseball diamond
What shapes are in our environment
Assure you met all learners’ emotional, mental and physical
Make sure power cords/outlets are not a tripping hazard
Everyday classroom precautions
Greeting, Warm Up
“What`s your name? How are you?” What is the
weather like today?/ what date is it today?/ How
do you get to school today?
"Hello!"/"Good 5 min
Show PPT Slides 212. Learners should
recognize names of the shapes shown and draw
them on their paddles very quickly. One who
draws and shows first is the winner.
Give him/her a sticker.
Listening Formative Assessment:
Give learners Worksheet #1, ask them to color
PPT slide 222;
Learners swop their works and peer
assess; (Super, Good, So so)
Whole class feedback.
Ask learners to put their works into F/A
Differentiation: Less capable learners get a
card with minimum shapes to work upon.
PPT Slide 13
Provide each learner with a card.
(W/P) Practice some questions with a whole class as an
PPT Slide 1416/ Speaking
How many shapes do you see?
Name the shape.
Learners practice questions in pairs.
Let some learners to answer in front of
Differentiation by support: Less capable
learners work with teachers’ assistance.
Before listening to learners look through
the song and try to guess what shapes are
Learners listen to a song “Mr. Shape
Whilelistening to learners fill in (draw)
the missing shapes.
After listening to learners check the
answers with a class.
Hand out a worksheet with jumbled
Check as a whole class.
Ask volunteers one by one to come to
the board and write an answer.
If there is a lack of time set this activity as a
Closing Reflection/SelfAssessment &
Ask students to look around and identify shapes
in the local environment (i.e. the desk is a
(W) Ask students to show with the thumbs up
signals how well they understand shapes.
Goodbye Song Video
ch?v=Xcws7UWWDEs Assessment – how are you planning to
check learners’ learning?
Students will be assessed through the
paddle activity. The teacher can
monitor their spelling and writing.
Sign a goodbye song
Differentiation – how do you plan to give more
support? How do you plan to challenge the
more able learners?
These students may work with a stronger
student to support them during the vocab
The student may use their notes throughout all
activities for support
Encourage very strong students to model
Encourage students to use other words from
their vocabulary to give directions that are
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