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Teenage problems
Educational: - According to the lesson’s educational purpose improve pupils’ personal qualities like behavior, education etc. to improve pupils’ ideal-political knowledge, to form their developing skills and abilities.

Developing: According to the lesson’s educational purpose develop pupils’ personal skills, English learning, motivational skills, develop pupils’ self-educational skills, analyzing and systematizing skills of knowledge, develop to report own ideas, communicative skills.

Linguistic competence: At the end of the lesson pupils will be able to speak about problems in teenagers, schoolbullying, and types of bullying

Sociolinguistic competence: - to enable pupils to choose needed lexical units in an appropriate form Pragmatic competence: - to enable pupils to find and use learned materials in different situations Equipments: “English” pupil’s book 10, handouts, DVD, technical aid, a blackboard and a piece of chalk.


Part of the lesson






-to greet pupils.

- to check up the register

5 min


Repeating last lesson

- to give pupils some questions about last lesson. – to ask words from previous lesson

5 min


Explaining new theme

- to explain to pupils new vocabulary and theme

20 min


Consolidating new theme.

- to consolidate new theme and new words of the theme.

10 min



- To mark pupils

5 min



- Giving homework.

Procedure of the lesson:

  1. Organizing moment: Greeting.

    1. Who is on duty today?

    2. The pupil on duty, give your report, please.

  2. Asking homework:

  • Check for homework given on past lesson.

Ask pupils all new words learnt on previous lesson.

Main part of the lesson:
Activity 1 Check your grammar: So, such, too, enough, too Ask your pupils to fill in the gaps with so / such / too / enough Answer key:

    1. enough

    2. too

    3. enough

    4. such

    5. too

    6. too

    7. so

    8. such

Activity 2 Rewrite these sentences as one sentence, using the word in brackets.

  1. The film was very sadm so everyone cried.

  2. I can‟t understand him. He speaks too fast.

  3. How much money have we got? Can we pay enough for the tickets?

  4. It was such a good meal. We ate far too much.

  5. The shoes were such cheap. I bought six pairs.

  6. Are there enough books to supply everyone?

  7. He‟s too old to walk.

  8. My friend was kind enough to pay meal.

Activity 3 Look at these 3 basic types of BULLYING and try to label the types of bullying into 3 categories:




Cyber bullying

Text bullying

Spreading rumors/gossiping Teasing

Taking younger boys‟ money

Schoolbullying Scaring


Slapping Beating Punching Choking

Activity 4 Rearrange the words in order to make the quotes about friendship.

Answer key:

  1. Friendship is one mind in two bodies

  2. A friend is someone who knows all about you and still loves you

  3. A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out.

Activity 5 Ask your pupils to read the text and decide whether the statements below are TRUE or FALSE.

Answer key:

  1. The makers of the computer game decided not to release it. FALSE

  2. In the game, the player takes on the role of a bully. TRUE

  3. The game is set in a university. FALSE

  4. Everyone agrees that the game encourages violence. TRUE

  5. A British politician has spoken in favour of the game. FALSE

  6. The politician used to be a minister. TRUE

  7. The politician thinks it might make young people look at violence differently. TRUE

  8. The anti-bullying charity thinks the game is good because it might make pupils stand up to bullies.


  1. The anti-bullying charity thinks that people might get hurt because of this game. TRUE

  2. The makers of the game have changed the contents before releasing it in the UK. FALSE

Activity 6 Ask your pupils to discuss the following questions..

  1. Do you think bullying is a serious problem in your school or community? Why or why not?

  2. How do you think bullies feel when they hurt someone else?

  3. Do you think you‟ve ever bullied someone? If so, what made you stop?

Activity 7 Ask your pupils to complete the gaps with a word from the box.

Answer key:

  1. Unfortunately

  2. Basically

  3. Obviously

  4. Surprisingly

  5. Personally


  1. What is bullying?

  2. What are the effects when someone consistently causes someone injury?

  3. How can a parent recognize if their child is being victimized?

  4. What should you do if you see someone getting picked on?

  5. What are some ways that students are being harassed in school?

  6. Are there less bullies in schools that require a school uniform?

  7. What forms of harassment are the worst?

  8. What can be done to prevent bullying?

Write you own ideas on the topic “Bullying at schools” by answering the following questions

A Glimpse into the Teenage World:

Teenagers face real concerns, between 13 and 19 years of age, on a daily basis as this is the most awkward growth stage of their lives. During this time, teens are exposed to some overwhelming external and internal struggles. They go through, and are expected to cope with hormonal changes, puberty, social and parental forces, work and school pressures, and so on. Many teens feel misunderstood. It is vital that their feelings and thoughts are validated and that the validation comes from their parents. Parents need to approach their children, who have been dealing with teenage growth issues, carefully and in a friendly manner to discuss the concern(s).

The common teenage problems that teenagers face today are usually related to:

  • Self-Esteem and Body Image

  • Stress

  • Bullying

  • Depression

  • Cyber Addiction

  • Drinking and Smoking

  • Teen Pregnancy

  • Underage Sex

  • Defiant Behaviors

  • Peer-Pressure and Competitio




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