Lesson Plan Form Four Persuasive Speech
Firstly, teacher invites students to identify and attach language features to appropriate example on the whiteboard. Then, teacher will check the answer by explaining the language features involved in persuasive speech as well as prompt students to I I give more examples. Then, teacher will show a video of persuasive advertisements which produced by other students. After that, students work in I I I group for ‘Dragon’s Den’ task. Students will deliver their persuasive presentations that include the language features to promote their assigned I I lobe.Finally, the class will vote for best group persuasive presentation as well as discuss the effectiveness of the language features used.
I I Learning Outcomes: I Level: interaction by: 11. 2 Level 1 I in conversations and discussions. 1 11. 2 Take part in social I(vi) Participating in a conversation. Different audience by: 1 12. 3 Presenting information to 12. 3 Level 3: I revising and editing drafts, and checking accuracy of Applying process writing skills by: a.
Discussing the topic with teacher and peers I punctuation, and grammar. Riding out an outline. Creatively and imaginatively by: land Jotting down ideas; b. 1 13. 2 Express themselves 13. 2 Level 3: I I(a)traumatizing texts and role-playing characters; I(iii) Composing simple poems, stories and dialogues ATA level suitable to learners. I Learning Objectives: I By the end of the lesson, students should be able to; I Provide and deliver persuasive presentations by using persuasive language features appropriately to promote assigned object.
I Analyses other groups’ presentation as well as the effects of language features used by voting for the best group. I I Content: I Persuasive language features, useful connectors and persuasive phrases. I I Resources/Materials: I Persuasive language features matching activity, Power Point Slides, Video, Teacher-prepared materials/objects for persuasive I I I presentation. I Context of Lesson: I ‘Persuasive features’ in speech writing (Repetition, list of 3, statistics/facts, personal pronouns, rhetorical questions).I I Previous Knowledge: I Students have learned how to recognize, identify as well as analyses persuasive techniques used in advertisements and commercials. I I Moral Values: 11)Creativity 2)Cooperation 4)Critical Thinking I I Educational Emphasis: Intelligences 3)Preparation for the real world 3)Confidence 11)Thinking skills 2)Multiple Future Studies: Individual writing activity) I I Teaching Procedure: I Persuasive and Argumentative Speech/Debate/Forum I Stage: I Timing: I Activities: I Set Induction II.Teacher asks students to say a number 1 to 5, continuously repeating the cycle until every student has done so.
Every I Student need to remember their own number since it will determine their group. 15 minutes 12. Teacher invites volunteer from each number to match persuasive features on whiteboard with correct examples. The I volunteers get the chance to choose an object on the teacher’s table. 13. Teacher discusses answers of the matching exercise as ell as explaining each of the persuasive language features. *Promptly Students to give more examples and write them on whiteboard.