Giving opinions in the context of use of the internet
To provide clarification and practice of polite language used for giving an opinion, agreeing or disagreeing in the context of using the internet .
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a of polite language used for giving an opinion, agreeing or disagreeing. in the context of Use of the internet in our daily lives
Procedure (78-100 minutes)
Check HW Ask ss if they use the internet...........YES What do they use the internet for? Name Activity App/Site How often Get ss to come up to the board and write. Vocabulary: blog,travel website, search engine, online news, social networking site, photo sharing site, message board Give examples of each and elicit meaning.
2A- Highlight picture. What is the man doing? Looking at the computer/internet Read the text quickly and find out the meaning of WILFING. 1 minute task. Now look at the questions in part B. Read the text again and find the answers. Do this individually. Check answers in pairs. Feedback. Elicit answers from ss. Focus on C. Pair ss as A and B. Demonstrate. Let ss discuss in pairs. Monitor and note errors for correction later. Play audio for task 4.Set the task before playing the audio. Ss to complete 5A in pairs. Play audio to check answers.
6A and B Does he look happy? Does he look like he has found something interesting? found anything at all? Ask ss to try and complete phrases from the table. Nominate ss/ open group if they find it difficult. Go to workbook.pg 68 Exercise 2. FUNCTION Demonstrate 1 or 2.Ask ss to work in pairs. Take turns being A and B. Go back to students' book. 8A Ask ss to do this individually and then check in pairs. Listen for the answers. Stress on the intonation. Drill the phrases. Pair ss and ask them to practice using polite intonation.
Set up a debate based on 9A.Give one topic per pair- A and B . Demonstrate. Are you going to have an angry discussion? Will you be using rude language? Display phrases on the flipchart for support. Monitor pairs while the debate is on. Note errors for correction.
Get students to listen to the other pairs. Ask them if they noticed any mistakes in the use of the phrases. Give feedback as an open group. Try and use exercise 7A for correction and practice.