LESSON PLAN 2 (Experimental Group)
OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to understand and know when and how to use the four key strategies from teacher’s model.
CONTENT 1. There are four key strategies: predicting, questioning, clarifying and summarizing. These four key strategies help readers solve the problems occurring when they read. 2. Each strategy is used for different steps: pre-reading, while-reading and post-reading.
MATERIALS Reading No. 2 “Robot”
INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES Pre-reading stage
Step 1. Review what the four key strategies are (predicting, questioning, clarifying
and summarizing) and then ask the students When and how to use them. 2. Introduce the students that today the teacher will model the whole process of using four key strategies in the reading texts step by step. This demonstration will help them to see the whole picture of reciprocal approach and to understand and know when and how to use four key strategies clearly and systematically. 3. After the students finish reading paragraph 1, the teacher asks them some questions by using questioning clarifying, and summarizing strategies.
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Look at the title. What is your prediction about this text? Robot In what way about robots / How do people make robots work? What can robot do for us?