Abdullah Hazzouri Abdullah Hazzouri

Elementary level


In this lesson, students will learn about offer and respond using "would you like" by a listening audio, and they will practice the form and the pronunciation in controlled task and an activity, after that they will have a speaking task to use the function language they have learned in the task.


Abc Hand-Out Practice.
Abc Cut up page 50
Abc Audio script
Abc Audio CD Track 2.13-2.15
Abc Strips of papers

Main Aims

  • To provide clarification and practice on making polite offers and responds "would you like" and use it in their life.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide accuracy in making offers and responds, and also practice the TL in a speaking task


Warm up (5-10 minutes) • To present the functional language in context via a series of conversations.

The teacher write on the board "Would you like?". tell the students that they will listen to 3 conversations and they will answer 3 questions in the Cut-ups that the T will give it to them. Take feedback by writing the answers on the WB

Controlled Practice (3-5 minutes) • To be able to know and practice the full answers for some offers.

T puts the students in pairs, then gives the students a strips of papers and they need to match each question with the right answer. Take feedback by nominating from the pairs.

Clarify the Functional language. (5-10 minutes) • To draw students's attention to the form and pronunciation of the questions.

T writes two sentences on the WB: Would you like a coffee? Would you like to meet your friends? Elicit answers from the students about the form, that in the first sentence we use nouns and in the second we use To + infinitive. Drill them and make sure they learn the write intonation while pronounce them.

Semi-controlled Practice (2-4 minutes) • Practice the TL to use it in the next speaking task.

T gives the students hand-out contains 4 offers and 4 responds and each student should ask his partner about those offers. Take a quick WCFB

Speaking task (10-16 minutes) • To allow students an opportunity to use this language in a meaningful, real-world context.

T gives Ss the audio scripts and ask them to choose one of the conversations, change some of the information, then practice the conversation with their partners. if there is time, T ask one pair to stand in front of the class and say their conversation. T monitor carefully and note any error in order to correct it.

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