1. Topic-
Auxiliary Verbs to Express Ideas such as Possibility or Permission, etc.
 
2. Content-
Teaching modal verbs.
Should,
Must,
May,
Can.
 
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Be able to write and read the sentences.
2.Be able to use modal verbs.
3.Be able to express the ideas better.
 
4. Objectives-
1.To write the sentences properly by using modal verbs.
2.To use correct pronounciations.
3.To talk about the conditions such as possibility, permission, request etc.
 
5. Materials and Aids-
Blackboard, Computer, smart board, Coursebook, Workbook.
 
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. Some warm up questions to learn their background knowledge.
2.Some examples in students' native language.
 

B. Development-

1.Some visual materials are represented.
2.Some listening exercises are done.
3.Teacher makes some example sentences.
 

C. Practice-

1. Students write their own examples on the board.
2.Students establish dialogue between each other by using modal verbs.
 

D. Independent Practice-

1.Teacher gives homework on workbook.
2.Teacher tells students to write a composition by focusing on modal verbs.
3.Teacher gives listening a story which is based on the usage of modal verbs.
 

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.The ability of using different structures.
2.The capacity of making upper level sentences.
 

F. Checking for understanding-

1.Teacher collects worksheets and compositions to evaluate them.
2.Teacher wants students to introduce the topic (modals) in the second class.
3.Listen to the children use modal verbs.
 

G. Closure-

1.Teacher summarizes the topic.
2.Review the modal verbs.
 
7. Evaluation-
1.Evaluating worksheets and composition.
2.Through pair works, teacher evaluates students.
 
8. Teacher Reflection-
Whether teacher is pleased with students' condition or not.
 

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