To provide accuracy speaking practice via casual conversation in the context of "wants, needs and daily activities".
To introduce and provide clarification of the common words and phrases that are used in everyday speech.
Procedure (36-45 minutes)
They will begin with a warm-up activity where they will form two groups and both groups will receive a piece of paper that with a hidden message. Sts will try to encrypt the message and their answer will be written on the WB which should be "Hidden Messages" which will set the context. they will also try and come up with 3 reasons for sending a secret message and 3 different ways of sending that message.
The sts will read the text given about codes and they will try to find the main difference between "steganography" and "cryptology". they will pair up and compare their answers with their partner.
In pairs, sts will try to guess the meanings of the words in "pink". The teacher will help with clarification of the meaning via modeling and the words will be drilled.
Any unclear vocabulary will be explained via modeling and the words will be drilled.
The sts will then move on to the exercise; 3b and in pairs they will try to guess and choose the correct meaning. They will be working on vocabulary and will have two choices to pick from which are helpful for extraction of the meaning. They will also explain why they thought that their answer was correct.
Sts will work on exercise 4 and they will try to describe how messages were sent via looking at the pictures. They will be in pairs. Student A will describe 1-3 and Student B will describe 4-6.
They will have a competition and will work as a team to create a hidden message that was prepared by the T for the opponent group via using the Russian Cyrillic alphabet, they will than swap papers and will try to encrypt the secret message. Sts will write the message on A3 papers that are on the WB. First one to crack the code wins the game.