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Lesson Plan for from a railway carriage
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Topic: From A Railway carriage
Duration: 45 minutes
general instructional objectives: the students
- acquire knowledge of the central theme of the poem
- understand the thoughts and feeling expressed
- comprehend the meaning of the keywords
- develop interest to appreciate the points of beauty in the poem
- evaluate the skills of listening speaking, reading and writing
specific instructional objectives: the students
- recall the events related to the poem
- Grasp the meaning of the keywords
- give the moral of the poem
- recognize the sound and sound units
- summarize the main idea of the poem
picture- author image
flowchart- author introduction
flashcard – new words ( charge, diamber, brambles, stringing)
chart- Mind Map
matchboard- riming words
previous knowledge of the learners:
1. do you like traveling by train?
2. what do you think about traveling?
3. have you seen a Railway carriage?
4. have you counted the railway carriage?
5. close your eyes and think about the moving scene outside it rains window
|content/ concept||specification behavioral objectives||learning experience||evaluation|
|Motivation physical activity on experience in what situation happened around there||motivate||the teacher ask the students to stand one by one like a train and made them move to the ground and come back. after that, she ask them what do you had seen while they went to the ground.|
|Title: from a railway carriage||introduce||the teacher introduce the title of the poem by writing on the blackboard “from a railway carriage”||what is the title of the poem|
|author introduction Robert Louis balfour stevenson||labels||the teacher levels about the author Robert Louis Stevenson by using the flowchart||Who is the author of the poem?|
|Glossary-charge- to make a rushhat Cliamber-climb brambles- A pricky scrambling|
stringing- thanks so that is stretches
|learns||the teacher teach the keywords and their meaning by using the flash card||what do you mean by “climber”|
|faster than Fairles faster.. then witches..TO…through the meadows the horses and cattle||elaborates||the teacher elaborates on these lines that the brain runs very quickly than the fairies that can fly or the witches can move. with roses living behind bridges, houses, and beaches. when the train advances forward it same as a soldier are attacking the army on the battlefield, it runs and leaves behind the green field where horses and cattle are grazing.||which seems the soldiers are attacking the enemy.|
what is the grazing in the green field?
|all of these sights of the hill and the Planes…to… painted whistle by||elucidating||the teacher will see that all scenes of hills and plains wear being crossed by train as quickly as on drop in a storm again and again in a very short moment. the brain was crossing pointed stations with whistles.||explain pointed stations whistle by|
|here is a child who claimbers and ….to…. green force stringing the daisies||clears up||the teacher clears up these lines that he also she is a child climbing the steep ground by himself with difficulties during his climbing together blackberries he sees a tramp person who is looking at the train handsome ladies were making girl and daisy flowers||who are climbers and scrambles the ground?|
which flowers are mentioned here?
|here is a car run away in the road….to…a glimpse and gone forever||describe||the teacher describes this line by saying that he is a cart moving slowly in the middle of the highway. it was loaded with a cart driver. then she is a water mill and river. all these objects appeared and disappeared, so quickly that the poet looks at them only for a short time and they can be been seen again||what is it gone forever?|
|review||recall||the teacher simplifies the whole poem with the help of Mind Map||what is the moral of the poem?|
|read the whole poem||pronunciation drill||the teacher asks the students to read the whole poem with correct pronunciation, stress, and notation||how will you pronounce the word” Ditches”?|
|structure of the poem||discuss||the teacher discuss that the poem has a stanza of 14 lines poem is said a Sonnet, but this poem has 16 lines and discusses rhyming words and a rhyming scheme||what is the rhyming word in this poem?|
- 1) write your experience on a train journey
- 2) learn the new words and their meaning
- 3) memorize the poem
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