Burcu Turk Saracoglu Burcu Turk Saracoglu

Burcu Türk Saraçoğlu - TP8
Beginner level


In this lesson, the context will be free time activities. The ss will brainstorm for free time activities, recycle some vocabulary, after that they will listen a short dialogue between two friends about what to do tomorrow, then the target language will be clarified, MFP order will be followed. The students will drill in disappearing dialogue. The ss will drill the sentences one by one by substitution drill as they need preparation for the productive tasks. In productive task1, the ss practice the dialogue by talking about different activities. In productive task2, the class will be mingled and the ss will practice the TL again with the new people by using different activities.


Abc WB
Abc Track 1
Abc Dialogue HO
Abc Free time activities HO
Abc Substitution Drill Words

Main Aims

  • To provide clarification and practice of language used for making suggestion ("Shall we" and "let's") in the context of free time activities.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide controlled speaking practice by using "shall we" and "let's" to suggest the things in a conversation in the context of free time activities.


Warmer/Lead-in (4-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

1) The context is free time activities in a general sense but it is "going to the cinema" specifically. The t tells that she wants to watch a movie with a friend. 2) T teacher asks for other free time activities to the ss. The ss talk in groups, the t takes w/c feedback. They brainstorm together. 3) The ss tell the activities. 4) The t hands out Free time activities HO, the ss check the HO, if there is an activity which is unclear, meaning is clarified with the help of demo.

Exposure (2-3 minutes) • To provide a model of production expected in coming tasks through reading/listening

1) The ss listen and read the dialogue between two people about tomorrow's plan. 2) The ss talk about the dialogue in pairs, try to understand the meaning of the sentences, the t takes w/c feedback.

Useful Language (11-12 minutes) • To highlight and clarify useful language for coming productive tasks

The dialogue is on WB. 1) The t elicits the meaning first. 2) The t focuses on form and pronunciation. 3) The ss drill, backchaining helps to be fluent. 5) The t divides the class into two, A and B. 4) After w/c drilling, group A says one sentence, group B says another sentence. 5) The t starts deleting the words from the dialogue, the groups try to remember and memorize the dialogue.

Controlled Practice (2-3 minutes) • To concept check and prepare students for more meaningful practice

The ss drill the sentences from the dialogue by replacing the words with the new ones. The t shows the words on papers, the ss drill as whole class.

Productive Task1 (6-7 minutes) • To provide an opportunity to practice target productive skills

The t creates the pairs, the ss practice the dialogue by talking about different activities. The t monitors, takes w/c feedback.

Productive Task2 (6-7 minutes) • To provide an opportunity to practice target productive skills

1)The t sets the task, demonstrates the task in front of the class with a student. 2)One group of ss form a line, the other group of ss form another line, two groups face to each other. 3)They practice the dialogue from memory by using different free time activities with the person facing them. 4) When the t says "change" the last person of one line goes to the beginning of the line, every student talks to a new person, when all of the ss talk to each other, the ss sit down. 5) The t directs the conversation and takes notes.

Feedback and Error Correction (5-6 minutes) • To provide feedback on students' production and use of language

The t writes some sample sentences from ss' production task on the WB, first gives feedback on the content and then elicits the mistakes in form and the ss drill for pronunciation.

Wrap Up (1-2 minutes) • To wrap up the lesson

T t asks ss what they remember and elicits answers from ss, they summarize the class together, the t thanks to the ss and ends the lesson.

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