Farzaneh Kamali Farzaneh Kamali

Winning a Lottery
Upper-Intermediate level


In this lesson, students will practice writing. They will start with a whole class activity. They will watch a clip and then share their ideas about winning a lottery. They will brainstorm with their partners and then they'll write. They will read others' writings and will decide who has written a better one. At the end they will have some peer error-corrections.


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Main Aims

  • To provide product writing practice of an essay in the context of winning a lottery

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of winning a lottery


Lead in (10-12 minutes) • To get students interested

Teacher will show a clip about lottery. T asks students to talk in pairs and brainstorm the things they would do if they won a lottery in the condition that they can not use it for themselves. Teacher gets feedback.

Writing (12-15 minutes) • For the students to practice writing

Teacher will ask students to write alone. Then they will stick their writings on the walls. They will walk around the class, read and decide which writing is better. Teacher gets feedback.

Peer Error Correction (11-15 minutes) • To increase autonomy

In groups of three or pairs, students will read their friends' writings and correct their mistakes. T gets feedback by correction.

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