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Name: Nabia Farooq Subject: English Topic: In London with Herbert (Great Expectations by Charles Dickens) Previous knowledge of students: Chapters 1-5 Method of Teaching: Lecture and formative General Objectives: To develop and enhance reading, listening, analyzing skills of students. Specific Objectives: To differentiate between that chronological system and today's.
English Syndicate 2 No. of students: T.B.C Date and Time: 26 th July 2011 Duration: 30 minutes Venue: DASKBZ
Nov: In London with Herbert and A Very Unexpected Visitor Dec: Provis Tells His Story Jan: Provis Goes into Hiding and On the River Feb: The Best of Friends
To analyze and differentiate between present time prisoners to those in 19 th century. To compare and evaluate the mode of dressing, transportation and living. To analyze and evaluate the life of the rich and the pauper and the discrimination between the two.
Brief Q/A will be asked in order to compare the punishment of the petty crime committed. Imagine and formulate the mode of dressing, transportation and living. To survey the lifestyle of the present time and then, where the poor were regarded less than dogs.
In London Pip met Herbert Pocket who was the same pale, young man whom Pip met at Miss Havishams and they had a fight. Herbert welcomed Pip, he told him that Estella was brought up by Miss Havisham since she was a child, she is trained to hate all men. He also told Pip that Miss Havisham was rich and a proud lady, she had a stepbrother, her father left a very big property for her. She fell in love with a man who deceived her right on the wedding day. Herberts father Mr Matthew Pocket was Miss Havishams cousin. Joe called on to Pip in London and gave him Miss Havishams message that Estella was in town and would be glad to see Pip.
Develop the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. Develop comprehension ability. Develop skills for writing description and character sketches.
Book Board, list of new words from the text. Feature Film Internet based research
Survey – ask students to look at the picture on page 45 and think about what does it present. Silent reading – ask students to discover whether their prediction about Miss Havisham is correct or incorrect. Predict – how would the picture later on effect on her character. Explain the text through reading and meanings of new words.
Familiarization of relevant vocabulary. Brainstorming of new words. Oral presentation: Character sketches
Recap the previous lesson. Read the text. Explain new characters and new situations. Involve students to make their predictions about future events. Sentences of any four words.
1.Detailed Q/A Q. What do you think Miss Havishams aim was when she invited Pip to come and see Estella? Q. Why was Pip trying to find excuses for not staying at his old home in the village? 2. Reference to context: a. Estella is a very difficult person to please, very proud ! Miss Havisham has taught her to hate all men. b. I am sure Pip would like to hear this news from you. So you go up to London and see him. c. Exercise from the book page Brief Q/Ans. Q. What was the real truth when Pip told Joe he wished to walk to the coach stop alone ? Q. Who was Herbert Pocket ?
Reading of the text Ch-6. Picture composition, choose any one picture. Brief Q/A. Activity page Ch-6.
OUP Progressive English Readers – Grade 3 Great Expectations film (1946) directed by David Lean Wikipedia.org Google Images