To provide practice of nature in the context of the park.
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of the park.
Procedure (33-45 minutes)
-The T uses flashcards to show vocabulary of the day. After several times of drilling, the T delivers scrap papers to the Ss and asks them raise which one is a rock, flower, hill, etc. -The flashcards are in the classroom, in different places. The T points at them and shows where they are. The T then says one of them and the Ss try to go near the picture that has just been said.
- The T takes the flashcards and hangs them on the board. Then, writes their meaning. The T delivers the handouts that include the puzzle and the Ss are asked if they can complete it.
The T shows the question form: "What can you see?" and drills it with the Ss. The T tries to implement this sentence by body language, mimics and gestures. And for the response part, the T models the language by drawing a flower on the board and saying "I can see a flower." This is repeated when it comes to draw 2 -or more- flowers and say "I can see flowers."
- The T delivers the last HOs to provide a better understanding of the TL. In this HO, the Ss are going to work in groups of 4 and circle the correct answer. Each group says one answer and the 2nd section begins. - In the 2nd part of the HO, the groups now try writing answers and a question according to the picture. After checking the answers by comparing to one another, the group which has the highest number of correct answers win.
- The T writes on the board: "I can see" and then checks the meaning of this phrase. So as to be sure, the T uses gestures/mimics to clarify the meaning. Then, the T shows a picture of a flower and says "I can see a flower." The Ss repeat & drill. The T shows a picture of two or more flowers and says "I can see flowers." The Ss repeat & drill again. The T checks the meaning by CCQs like "Is there one flower? How many flowers are there? Do we say 'flower' or 'flowers'?"
- The T delivers a HO that contains matching exercise about the vocabulary. Working in different pairs, the Ss try to draw lines between the related pictures. To check the correct answers, the T shows the picture on the board from the OP.