Name: Erica Novoa
Date: 13 November 2013
Lesson: Oral Presentation
Class: ESL, 9-12th
Time: Monday/ Wednesday:
9:10 – 10:40am
influences a person's choice?
will be able to show prior knowledge to vocabulary definitions
will be able to analyze oral presentation skills
will be able to give an oral presentation
- 1.6.9.B: Demonstrate
awareness of audience using appropriate volume and clarity in formal
- 1.6.9.A: Listen
critically and respond to others in small and large group situations.
sheets of papers with numbers 1-20 on them
Up: Teacher will go over the vocabulary words with the students and
get students to participate to find out if they know what each word means.
Students will first finish their previous assignment. They were told to
write a story that included four random objects that they were given, and
four vocabulary words. The teacher will make sure to emphasize that the
worksheet is to be a short story and not just sentences. Therefore, the
teacher will write on the board what a story consists of. For example, all
stories have a beginning that catches the readers attention, the middle
has details that talk about the plot and climax, and a conclusion that
contains a resolution.
Information: Students will open up to page 60 in their textbooks. The
teacher will then explain that the students will each go around taking a
turn to read aloud the bullet points. The teacher will make sure to
describe the bullet points as they go around. Since the section is separated
into three areas, the teacher will have the students complete these steps
on their own using their warm-up worksheet.
- Step 1:
Plan your Oral Response: After students read aloud each bullet point, they
will be asked to use the bullet points that the text provides and do them
with their personal short stories.
- Step 2:
Practice Your Oral Response: After students read aloud each bullet point,
they will be put into groups and asked to follow the bullet points in preparation
for their oral presentations.
- Step 3:
Present Your Oral Response: After students read aloud each bullet point,
they will have the chance to write down the major points that they will be
- Step 4:
Teacher will then write on the blackboard what good oral presentation
etiquette is. The teacher will ask the students to give their ideas on
what they believe a person giving the presentation should look like and
how the audience members should be acting. The teacher will make sure that
the students follow these guidelines during the presentation process.
- Step 5:
Students will be able to choose a number from the box, which shows the
order in which they will present. Then they will give their presentations
on the stories that they have created. The teacher will make sure to give
the students feedback on their presentations, and guide them through the
presentation. The teacher will give the students candy at the end of each
presentation as recognition for getting through their first oral
will ask students to write on a separate sheet of paper, what they felt they
did good during the presentation, and what do they think they need improvement
will be asked to write one sentence for each vocabulary word that shows that
they know the definition of the word provided.