Lesson Plan: Speaking Class

Speak with Me Lesson Plan Sample
1. Estimated Class Duration: 45 minutes
2. Suitable Grade: Grade 1 Students
3. Class Goal: To be able to speak daily conversations and to learn new words
(Warm up
Class Summary
This part will cover Say It right, Say It right Again, and Extra! Extra! Sections.
Student book + Workbook
Sample Introduction
Teacher: Hello. Everyone. How are you all doing today? Today, we are
going to learn about ‘age’. Does anyone know what does ‘age’ mean?
age: how old you are
Teacher: When we ask someone “How old are you?” What does that
Student 1: age
Teacher: Very good.
Teacher: Please turn to page 8. I am going to play the CD for you. I want
you to look at the picture carefully while listening.
(Teacher plays the CD.)
Teacher: OK. What are the children doing in the picture 1?
 Waving hands to each other, talking to each other
Teacher: How about in the picture 2? How old is Jane?
 10
Main Work
Teacher: Now please look at page 9 and you will hear the same
conversation once again. This time I want you to read the conversation
silently while listening.
(Teacher plays the same track.)
Teacher: Let’s learn some new words! Repeat after me please.
(Teacher says the word first and children follow./Teacher can play the CD
and let the children follow./It is better for the teacher to point the picture
while reading the word aloud with children.)
Teacher: Ok. Now, I want you to find one person. And practice what we
Group work
have learned today.
 Students slowly find their partners and ask each other questions and
Speak with Me Lesson Plan Sample
the teacher walks around and inspect each group. Correct word spellings
or grammatical mistakes one by one if needed. Also, ask more detail
questions and try to get more information out of the students.
Teacher: Albert. What did we learn today?
Albert: age
Teacher: Kelly. How do we ask if you don’t know someone’s age?
Kelly: How old are you?
Teacher: Tomorrow we are going to learn about jobs. For your homework,
I want to you practice speaking aloud what we have learned today and
please finish page 4 in your workbook. Bye Guys and have a wonderful
Students: Bye.
Class Summary
This part will cover the Storytelling section.
Teacher: Let’s make a small speech! Please turn to page 13 and listen to
Sam’s Story first.
(Teacher plays the CD.)
Teacher: Do you understand what he said? Who is the girl in the picture?
 Sam’s baby sister
Teacher: What did he tell us about her?
 She is 4 years old. She is cute and lovely.
Main Work
Teacher: Now, I want you to draw your favorite person in the box below.
Then write a few things about him or her.
(Students draw a picture and jot down a few words or sentences.)
Teacher: Are you all done? Kelly, can you show your picture to the class
and tell us about it?
(Kelly starts to speak.)
Teacher: Well done. You see? Making a speech is easy and simple. Good
job, Kelly. Who’s wants to go next?