Pre- intermediate level
• By the end of the lesson, students will have given the chance to practise using modal in job advertisements context.
To provide fluency speaking practice in a task in the context of job advetisements
Procedure (65-90 minutes)
- T divides Ss into two groups. -T writes (job advertisements) on White-board. - T asks the groups to write a list of vocabulary related to job using (job advertisement) letters as the initial letters of their words. - T gives example ( j - journalist). -T monitors - Ss one by one from the groups come to the white-board to categorize the previous word and write a word for next letter. - T checks the spelling, meaning and pronunciation of the words with the whole class.
- T gives Ss the two job advertisement articles. - Ss read them. - Ss comment on the articles in their groups.
- T divides the class into two groups. - In their groups,Ss talk about: 1- Their jobs. 2- The things they are responsible for. 3- The things they like about their jobs. 4- The things they hate about their jobs. 5- If they had a chance to apply for this job advertisement, what would they say in the interview to get the job? - T monitors.
- T elicits some of the things Ss hate about their jobs. - T asks them to imagine that they are going to pay someone to do the things they hate about their works. - Ss have to write their job advertisements individually - T monitors and provides help if it is needed.
- When they finish his job advertisement, they stick them on the wall. -Ss walk around and read each other advertisement. - T gives them time to choose which is the best one with explaining the reasons of their choices
- In their groups, Ss look at the job advertisement and job adverts article to: 1- Underline the modal verbs. 2- Write their uses. 3- T elicit the modals and write them on the white-board. 4- Elicit their uses from Ss and write them on WB and elicit some examples. 5- Elicit the positive, negative, yes/no question forms of the modals. 6- Checking the pronunciation is done while eliciting the examples. 7- If the students had some problems in pronunciation, T would use choral drilling.
-Teacher tells the students that they have announced their job advertisements and now they have to prepare some questions that they will use in the interview using the modals. - Teacher gives the students time to write their questions. - Teacher pairs the students up to act the interview. One student is the interviewer and the other students is the applicant. - When they finish the interview, they switch roles. - Teacher monitors and checks the use of modals.