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English Lesson Plan
“Reading Matters”
Grade 9
Lesson Stages
“Word of the
Warming –up
Mind Mapping
Reading Speed
“Eye Q” 1 task
Eye exercises
“Eye Q” 2 task
Reading Speed
- Let’s begin our lesson with choosing a word for the day.
Do you have any versions? (Writing on the board.
“There is an art of reading
as well as and an art of thinking
and an art of writing.”
At what age did you start reading? What was your first
book? Did you like reading it? Why?
- I suppose all of you will be parents what pieces of advice
related to reading skills you will your children some day?
- Will you force them start reading at very early age? No?
Why? What book will you strongly recommend them for
reading? Why?
- Different human’s and especially students’ activities are
measured and assessed in various ways. Your tests on
school subjects are assessed in 5 point system.
- So, what is Reading or Reading Skills can be measured
by? Is it possible to assess your level of reading?
- (possible answers are discussed and written on the board)
Today we’ll continue our acquaintance with the program
“EyeQ” And let’s pay special attention to reading speed and
reading comprehension.
Look at the screen.
-Why are Reading Skills compared with physical training
exercises? Do you agree with it?
So, we’ve mentioned today reading speed is not less important
than understanding. And to begin the first task I think it’ll be
good to warm up our eyes. Please, concentrate on the objects
you will see on the screen, try to follow them very quickly one
by one.
Personal Training.
Eye exercises 30 seconds
1 group
2 group
Now, please, choose a person who will read the text as quick as
possible. That particular person will say stop when finishing
reading the text and we’ll find out what is your reading speed.
Meanwhile, please, do not waste your time and read the text all
together. Because after that the opponents or I will have to make
up and ask the only one question to check up your
understanding. Is that clear?
Testing center
Reading Speed Test
1 group
2 group
3 task
Well, it’s time to find out if you can comprehend the real
meaning of the text well. Both of the groups will be given texts
Comprehension as well as the teachers. You will have 10 minutes to fill in the
form of the paper. Please, pay your special attention to the items
“Problem” where you’ll try to define the main question of the
text and “Resolution” where you’ll offer your vision of solving
the problem. Is everything clear?
You may begin.
1 group
2 group
Reading the answers to the main questions.
4 task
Unfortunately we don’t have English Literature discipline in our
school schedule, but we’ve been learning the biographies of
English and
some English writers during the recent lessons. And now I hope
you’ll be able to show off your knowledge.
1. (Mark Twain)
(Rudyard Kipling)
3. (Lewis Caroll)
4. (Jack London)
5. (Daniel Defoe)
6. (William Shakespeare)
5 task
statistical facts
Now, you’ll see some statistics on the board. Try to match the
facts given below with appropriate number of people.
30% of teens
rarely see their parents reading
61.3% of teens
say they've borrowed a book
from their local library in the last year
77.7% of teens
say they read at least one extra
book per month for personal pleasure
that isn't required for school
50% of teens
label their friends as "book readers"
and discuss books together
The ways in which teens read books,
the following forms were rated:
an actual book (paper):
on my mobile phone
1 group
2 group
- Teachers and grown-ups in a whole do worry about
students’ negotiations to reading. They all try to make
research on
reading more popular but unfortunately in most cases it’s
interest to
- Just to clear up the situation with gymnasists’ attitude to
reading Daria and Kate made up a questionnaire to more
Daria and
about it. They have analyzed the answers and are ready to
Kate’s reports
share their conclusions.
Discussing the -Questions to girls:
1. What were the most unexpected moments in students’
answers? Why?
2. Which writers are especially popular among students
3. Did you like this kind of work? Why? Ws there anything you
didn’t like or it was too difficult for you?
Alina’s problem Presentation
solving project
Aim’s problem Presentation
solving project
Exit questions
Discuss one way today’s lesson could be used in the real world.
Describe one topic that we covered today that you would like to
learn more about.
Conclusion of
the lesson.
To put a full stop of the lesson today I want to read the quote
which most of the grown-ups can possibly agree with.
"So please, oh PLEASE,
we beg, we pray,
go throw your TV set away.
And in its place you can install,
a lovely bookshelf on the wall."
Roald Dahl
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