Kestutis Kestutis

TP: 2a Relationships
Intermediate, grade B1 level


in this lesson students will do several listening tasks related with relationships. Ss will learn and imrove pronunciation of the new adjectives through exercises and drills.


Abc Cut ups answers
Abc Exercises 1,2, 3
Abc Extra activity
Abc Pictures from google

Main Aims

  • To practice adjectives to describe qualities using appropriate stress

Subsidiary Aims

  • To imrove Ss receptive skills


Warmer/Lead-in (4-6 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

Stick six pictures on the WB. Ask the Ss to describe each of six pictures. CCQ: How do they feel? How do they look like? What are their emotions? What kind of personalities are they?

Listening (3-4 minutes) • Prepare students for the upcoming task.

T plays the record T asks Ss which person is the most like them SS raise their hands, T counts, asks several CCQ, write number next to each picture

Listening (15-20 minutes) • Finding the synonim adjectives

T gives half folded HO to SS. SS don't look at the back T plays the record one more time, students listen task 1 one more time, follow the text. While Ss are listening, T writes on WB e task 2 explanation: Big=large- small true=false-- untrue difficult=hard---- easy T says that now SS can look at the back of the HO. T says that it is an individual work, do the task 2, fill the gaps, SS have 2 minutes! T stops the activity, tells SS move around the C and fill the gaps if they have some, 2 min! T Hand outs the answers to task 2., Explains unknown words.

Practice (4-5 minutes) • Practice of new adjectives learned

SS write down 6 qualities they look for in an ideal friend. SS stand up, mingle around, find your ideal friend! Find the person who is looking for the same qualities!

Pronunciation (5-8 minutes) • To do some drills in order to improve pronunciation

T plays the recording for the Ss just to listen and repeat words. T plays the recording again and ask the students to underline the stressed syllables. T claps hands for syllable counting. T sticks the answers on the WB T explains that Ss can check the stress of any word by looking at dictionaries. T explains that dictionaries usually mark the stress of a word as well as give the phonetic script. T gives an example ambitious / / T asks SS which adjective in each line has more syllables than the others T Plays record for the last time, claps hands

Pronunciation (2-3 minutes) • Make it clear where the stress is if the word has more than one syllable

T asks SS which adjective in each line has more syllables than the others T Plays record for the last time, claps hands

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