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1 Warmers, Coolers and Lesson-Planning for Teenagers Dave Spencer

2 Warmer: The Three Letter Game

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6 train

7 north …

8 train north … Tip!!! Think about word formation!!!!!

9 RTNRTN

10 trainrestaurantprint north dictionaryprinter northernprepositionwriting naturepronunciationwritten naturaltrendpainter naturallytrendytrainer unnaturalturnstring supernaturalreturnrent strangestrongrotten

11 Warmer: Alphabet Cards

12 1) Class spelling

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16 Warmer: Alphabet Cards 1)Class spelling 2)Category scramble

17 Warmer: Running dictation

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20 What is a warmer?

21 Typical qualities:

22 What is a warmer? Typical qualities: 1) Short – ‘Against the clock’

23 What is a warmer? Typical qualities: 1) Short – ‘Against the clock’ 2) Interactive?

24 What is a warmer? Typical qualities: 1) Short – ‘Against the clock’ 2) Interactive? 3) Competitive?

25 What is a warmer? Typical qualities: 1) Short – ‘Against the clock’ 2) Interactive? 3) Competitive? 4) Fun

26 What is a warmer? Typical qualities: 1) Short – ‘Against the clock’ 2) Interactive? 3) Competitive? 4) Fun 5) Gets students thinking in English

27 What is a warmer? Typical qualities: 1) Short – ‘Against the clock’ 2) Interactive? 3) Competitive? 4) Fun 5) Gets students thinking in English 6) Probably gets students speaking (noise!)

28 What is a warmer? Typical qualities: 1) Short – ‘Against the clock’ 2) Interactive? 3) Competitive? 4) Fun 5) Gets students thinking in English 6) Probably gets students speaking (noise!) 7) May raise energy-levels (movement!)

29 What is a cooler?

30 Typical qualities:

31 What is a cooler? Typical qualities: 1) Individual?

32 What is a cooler? Typical qualities: 1) Individual? 2) Involves concentration

33 What is a cooler? Typical qualities: 1) Individual? 2) Involves concentration 3) Gets students thinking in English

34 What is a cooler? Typical qualities: 1) Individual? 2) Involves concentration 3) Gets students thinking in English 4) Perhaps practises listening and/or writing

35 What is a cooler? Typical qualities: 1) Individual? 2) Involves concentration 3) Gets students thinking in English 4) Perhaps practises listening and/or writing 5) May be quiet or silent

36 What is a cooler? Typical qualities: 1) Individual? 2) Involves concentration 3) Gets students thinking in English 4) Perhaps practises listening and/or writing 5) May be quiet or silent 6) Slow? Has a calming effect on students

37 Cooler: Opposites Dictation

38 Cooler: D-I-Y Word Searches

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41 Cooler: D-I-Y Crosswords

42 ACROSS DOWN

43 The Mushroom Salad Lesson Plan

44 Background: Age of the students: 13 Level:A2 Number of students:25 Length of class: One hour

45 The Mushroom Salad Lesson Plan Background: Age of the students: 13 Level:A2 Number of students:25 Length of class: One hour When the teacher taught this lesson, she had lots of problems managing the class? Any ideas why?

46 Stage 1: Present eight new words for food Time: 10 minutes Interaction: T  sts Stage 2: Students read instructions on how to make a mushroom salad. Read and put in the correct order. Time: 20 minutes Interaction: Sts individually Stage 3: Correct by reading aloud the instructions in the correct order. Time: 5 minutes Interaction: T  Sts Stage 4: Students write similar instructions for a different type of salad using words and expressions from the mushroom salad text. Time: 25 minutes Interaction: Sts individually

47 Some considerations in planning lessons for teenagers 1) Relevance to the students.

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53 Some considerations in planning lessons for teenagers 1)Relevance to the students. 2)Variety of skills work. E.g. Speaking versus Listening

54 Some considerations in planning lessons for teenagers 1)Relevance to the students. 2)Variety of skills work. 3)Variety of interaction.

55 Some considerations in planning lessons for teenagers 1)Relevance to the students. 2)Variety of skills work. 3)Variety of interaction. 4)Pace and timing.

56 Some considerations in planning lessons for teenagers 1)Relevance to the students. 2)Variety of skills work. 3)Variety of interaction. 4)Pace and timing. 5)Warmers and coolers.

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