1. Topic-
Dressing for the Weather
2. Content-
Hot Weather
Cold Weather
Rainy weather
What to wear in different weather.

Grammar: use present tense to describe habitual actions. e.g., When the Weather is Cold, we wear thick clothes to keep us warm.
Use present Continous to describe action taking place at the time of speaking. e.g, she is wearing a woolen hat, and a scarf with a nice pants.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Students will learn how to dress for the weather, both indoor and outdoor clothing
2.At the end of the lesson, student will know the right vocabulary to use in different Weather conditions.
3. Students will differentiate the various kinds of weather.
4. Objectives-
1.The flannel board activity that will enable students to come up to the board and select appropriate clothing for the type of weather represented. This will enable the teacher to observe the extent of students progress.

2. An assignment relating to subject matter will be given at the end of the class.
5. Materials and Aids-

Flannel Board
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.Ask Students to provide personal information on weather and clothing.
2. Ask students to guess the meaning of pictorial clues in the work sheet.
3. Ask students to identify and discuss their best season.
4. Discuss pictures and talk about what kind of weather the people have dressed for

B. Development-

1.Students will participate actively in oral interaction.
2.Students will move to a spot in the room to indicate a choice of season after being shown a picture of a person dresses for a particular season.

C. Practice-

1.Have a group time and discuss the weather and what type of clothes to wear
2.Contrast different areas of the world and highlight what is pertinent to regional weather.
3. Use the newspaper to discuss the weather in other areas of the world and discuss what they should wear that day.


D. Independent Practice-

1. Using the Hong Kong Observatory site as a forecast plan, students should plan what he/she should wear for the week.

E. Checking for understanding-

1.Students will have a "fashion show" and bring an outfit from home representing good clothing choices for a certain season in the region where they live or a related area of study. Peers will need to identify the season based on the clothing.

F. Closure-

1.Ask Students what they taught were the key concepts and how they can incorporate it in their day to- day activities.
7. Evaluation-

1.Students gain independence when they gain awareness and knowledge about weather and selecting clothing to wear.
- Data sheets can be used to document

- how student dresses collaboration with home is needed


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