1. Topic-
2. Content-
The Three C's
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Understanding that there is no "back-peddling"
2. Finding ones focus and team skills
3. Locating ones confidence
1. Get students comfortable in environment
2. Get students comfortable with each other
3. Avoid cliques

A. Introduction-

1. Establish authority as instructor
2. Circle Object Improvisation

B. Development-

1. Introduce self as instructor in a way which establishes authority. However, also show a friendly side. Create a welcoming environment in which they feel free to express themselves in whichever so way they choose. Have desks in circle so it is a more opening
2. Students will stand up and form a closed circle. In this activity students will pass an invisible object around as if it were a tangible object. However, when passing the object they can change the shape, dimensions,texture, and weight of the object. When receiving the object they have to receive it as it was, then continue to change it. Continue this game until each student receives and gives the object. The objective of this exercise is expand their cognitive processes beyond textbooks and assignments. It is a free mind activity, where there is no right or wrong answer, it also creates respect within each-other, establishing a comfort level with their peers.
3. The next activity is also an icebreaker game. The grouping game is dictated by the instructor (myself) in which students are told to walk around in a designated area slowly just passing each other by calmly when the instructor says aloud some type of category. For example, "Shoes". In which the students are to form groups without speaking finding students who are similar with them in that specific category. Then instructor will go through group one by one and ask on the count of 3 the students say aloud the one word that they each believe binds them together. This also creates a comfort level within the students forming bonds and strengthening that comfort level for future weeks.

C. Practice-

1. Introduction of everyone. Maybe with name alliteration game.
2. Improvisation
3. Grouping

D. Independent Practice-

1. After introductions see if a student(s) can name each and every person in their class.
2. Following Improvisation game, lead a discussion in what they thought this was to assess. Provide positive feedback with each response to boost confidence within the students. Speak of imagination and different ways people are able to learn not just through textbooks. Not one person just has to have specified minds in one subject, everyone has creative outlets.
3. After grouping game have students lead discussion on what this assessed. Have them name groups they were in with the names of the students they were with, establishing more comfort within the group.

F. Checking for understanding-

1. See if students practiced Concentration, Cooperation, and gained Confidence through these activities.

G. Closure-

1.Ask about favorite parts of the activities, which part of the lesson was favorite.
2. Ask something relevant to them that would prompt next lesson. "What is your favorite book?" "What would you do with 1 million dollars?"
Diminish all anxious feelings and preconceived notions about English classes that reflect negatively on the topic.

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