Abdullayev Rovshan Adjective-noun collocation and adverbs `really` and `quite`
intermediate, B2 level
To provide review and practice of modifying adverbs
To provide practice of adjective-noun collocation used lexcical ohrases in the context of recommendation
To give Ss practice in speaking for fluency and expressing their opinions
Procedure (36-57 minutes)
Ask student what they did in previous lesson. What was the text about. Do they agree with ideas in text.
Ask student what means "recommend" and "evaluate". Wait some feedbacks. T will show pictures of car. And ask What student think about this car. "is it a good car?" . Then T will ask question "is it a good idea to buy this car?" Follow this expression explaining meaning of "evaluate" and "recommend".
I will Ask student to fill gaps by adjective. Adjectives must be finded from text.i will Do GW or PW. I ask which sentences are used to recommend and whcih to evaluate. after feedback i am going to ask what do they agree about this expression and why.
T write the sentence on board and gap "really" and "quite". Then T ask students which word goes where. and which is stronger.After T will give exer 2 and pay attention to article "a" \ "an".
T write 2 sentences like: "Having breakfast in KIZKULESI is a good idea." "eat CIGKOFTE every morning is a terrible idea" And i do little brain storm.
Give the exercise 3 a. T asks to them complete these sentences with their own ideas to give recommendation or evaluation. t WALK AROUND and monitoring. T gets several examples from student and write them on board. After T asks student to decide whether to add "quite " or really" then T ask them to do exercises 3-b . they chose 2 sentences and do the same.
4-a Ask students what they think about websites and ask some recommendation about websites. Then give exercises 4 and they ask to chose 4-5 things to recommend or evaluate for topic and prepare ideas for speaking. T walks around and help if it necessary.
Students make recommendation for chosen topic and discuss their ideas with each other.