Sleeping is importnat

Short- term plan
Lesson plan
Long-term plan: Unit 8 “Healthy Habits”
School: Secondary school by S.Esetov
Date: 20.04.2018
Teacher name: Imangaliyeva Gulden Bisengalievna
Grade: 7
Number present:
Lesson title: Sleep is a way of healthy lifestyle
7.W5 develop with some support coherent arguments supported when necessary by
examples and reasons for a limited range of written genres in familiar general and
curricular topics
7.R3 understand the detail of an argument on a growing range of familiar general and
curricular topics, including some extended texts
7.S6 begin to link comments with some flexibility to what others say at sentence and
discourse level in pair, group and whole class exchanges
7.UE9 use appropriately a variety of active and passive simple present and past forms
and past perfect simple forms on a range of familiar general and curricular topics
Lesson objectives
All learners will be able to:
discover about the importance of sleep
Most learners will be able to:
identify details in the text with little support
read the text fluently with correct pronunciation
express their ideas clearly
Some learners will be able to:
determine and discuss the main idea of a text
spell topic- related words correctly
use new words and phrases while speaking
determine the main idea of a text
interpret useful details in the reading text giving the right answers
find argument, facts and reasons in the text and highlights them.
Value links
Learners are taught to be responsible and tolerant to each other’s ideas and habits
A secular society with high spirituality (Mangelik Yel”, 3)
Cross curricular
Biology, PT.
ICT skills
Student book, Smart Board and projector to present the material
Previous learning
How to get fit?
Planned activities
(W) Speaking. Warm-up
Look at the picture and answer the following questions
What can you say about the picture?
Why are we sleeping?
Is sleep a way of healthy lifestyle?
Are you tired at the moment?
What time did you go to bed last night?
Have you ever fallen asleep in a class?
(W) Speaking. Activity 1
Can you translate this proverbs into your native language?
Sleep like eating, drinking, and breathing is a basic human need!
“Early to bed and you’ll grow tall”
All are not asleep who have their eyes shut”
Lazy men get active when it's time to sleep
“Sleeping people can't fall down.”
Learners guess the topic of the lesson. The topic and lesson objectives are
(W) Reading. Activity 2
Read the words and guess what about this text.
Alarm goes off, snooze for five more minutes, feel sleepy, want to sleep in,
suffer from stress, switch off your gadgets, follow your dream
(W) While- reading.
Read the text, find the new words and underline them.
You are having the best dream you’ve ever had. Suddenly , the alarm goes
off. No! You reach out your arm and turn it off. You just want to snooze for
five more minutes. Does this sound familiar? Well you’re not alone. Teenagers
everywhere are trying to get just a little more sleep.
So why is this? Well, to start with, on average teenagers need to sleep an hour
longer than adults. Also teenagers usually feel sleepy later at night than adults,
and take longer to wake up in the morning- and that’s the reason why you
always want to sleep in!
But can tiredness really hurt you? Unfortunately, it can. If you don’t get enough
sleep, you find it harder to concentrate at school and might do worse in your
exams. You’re also more likely to get ill or suffer from stress. In addition, you
will eat more unhealthy food to help you stay awake. Lack of sleep can affect
everything. Luckily, there’s simple solution. Get more sleep and sleep better
with a good evening routine. Firstly, you must eat dinner early so you don’t go
to bed on a full stomach. Then, about an hour before you go to bed, you should
start doing something quiet and relaxing. Switch off your gadgets as the bright
light from your smartphone or tablet can wake your body up. Finally, go to bed
and get up at the same time every day. This helps your body find the right time
for bedtime. If you follow these tips to get more sleep, you will boost your
performance at school while staying happy and healthy. Remember, there are no
dreams without sleep. So if you want to follow your dreams ,make sure you
catch up on those zzzs!
Mark statement 1-6 as T (true) or F (false) Correct the false statements
1.Teenagers think they get enough sleep T F
2.Teenagers have the same sleeping habits as adult T F
Ex1 p88
The text is
given in the
Book, Grade 7
Virginia Evans
Jenny Doodley
Bob Obee
3.Sleep protects your from illness. T F
4. Sleeping less can improve your diet T F
5. Technology can stop you from sleeping. T F
6. It is a good idea to keep the same bedtime T F
Peer assessment
Students compare their answers with the partner. Teacher checks answer as an
open class activity.
Key: 1-F, 2-F, 3-T, 4-F, 5-T, 6- T
(W,I) Post reading.
Read the text again, find the main idea of the text and highlight argument,
reason and facts.
They work around the classroom and ask the groupmates about the argument,
reason and facts. (Peer support) If learners cannot find, teacher provides
argument, reason and facts. (Teacher support)
Answer keys:
This is an argument:
Lack of sleep can affect everything
These are facts:
If you don’t get enough sleep you find it harder to concentrate at school and
might to do worse in your exams
go to bed and get up at the same time every day
These are reasons:
Get more sleep and better with a good evening routine.
To get more sleeps you will boost your performance at school while staying
happy and healthy
What did you learn at the lesson?
What activity did you like most?
Did you like the lesson?
Worksheet 2
Differentiation how do you
plan to give more support?
How do you plan to challenge
the more able learners?
Assessment how are you
planning to check learners’
Health and safety check
More support can be
given in the speaking
activity when learners
define new words,
Facilitate and structure
discussions, check
students’ understanding
through procedural
Learners will be safely seated at
a comfortable distance away from
electrical outlets and cables,
monitors and recorders.
express their opinion
on the matter.
Through estimating
written tasks
Through formative
Were the lesson
objectives realistic?
Did my planned
activities work well?
Did I stick to timings?
What changes and
differentiation should I
make next time?
Use the space below to reflect on your lesson. Answer the most relevant
questions from the box on the left about your lesson.
Summary evaluation
What two things went really well (consider both teaching and learning)?
What two things can improve the lesson (consider both teaching and learning)?
What have I learned from the reflection of the learners? (difficulties of individuals or all the learners)