S.T.F.A. Leung Kit Wah Primary School Computer Assistance Lesson Plan 1. Topic: Talking about money 2. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 2.1 understand the meaning of the new words about money by completing the exercise. 2.2 pronounce the new words correctly. 3. Class: P.6 4. Pre-requisite: 4.1 Students have learnt some of the new words about money in chapter 5. 5. Teaching method: 5.1 Question and answer 5.2 Computer presentation 6. Period: One (35 minutes) 7. Preparation: 7.1 Computers (Each student has one.) 7.2 Projector 7.3 PowerPoint exercise 7.4 Basic knowledge 7.4.1 Students should know how to get into the computers. 7.4.2 Teacher should know how to operate the PowerPoint. 8. Material: 8.1 Textbook P.46 8.2 PowerPoint exercise 8.3 PowerPoint Presentation 9. Teaching procedures: 9.1 Motivation: 9.1.1 Teacher asks students to give some examples about how they spend their money. 9.2 Development 9.2.1 Teacher introduces the new words about money with the help of the computer (PowerPoint) 9.2.2 Teacher teaches students to read the new words. 9.3 Reinforcement 9.3.1 Students get into the computers. 9.3.2 Students have to do the exercise using the computers by themselves. 9.3.3 Teacher supervises students doing their work. 9.4 Conclusion 9.4.1 Teacher shows the PowerPoint page by page again and asks students to read the new words and give the meaning of them. 10. Produced by: P.6 English teacher Talking about money A salary • Workers receive it every month. • Your boss pay you this money for doing your job. A bill • It is a piece of paper that shows you the money you must pay for what you have bought. • It is a piece of paper that shows you the money you must pay when you have eaten in a restaurant or stayed in a hotel. A fare • When you get on a vehicle like the MTR, buses, taxis or trams, you have to pay money. A price • This is the amount of money $1230 we must pay for something. A fee • When we go to the cinema or theatre, we must pay an entrance fee. • When we go to see doctors and dentists, we also pay fees. A tip • People give tips to waiters, waitresses, taxi-drivers or other people who help them. • This is a small amount of money we give after we pay the bill or the fare. A discount • Sometimes salesmen in shops 30 % will give you a OFF discount. That means you do not have to pay so much money. Free • If something is free, you do not pay any money for it.
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