Illness and injury vocabulary and pronunciation
Upper intermediate level
Practicing pronunciation of words using the 4 phonemes presented in the context of illness and injury.
Speaking practice for fluency and memorization of the target language in the context of illness and injury.
Procedure (34-47 minutes)
T walks in with a bandage on his ankle. T will explain that he has just had an accident and elicit what are the possible consequences of it. T-S task feedback (elicit target language).
T will give Ss a list with the target language and elicit the unknown words. T will divide Ss into pairs, give out a vocabulary exercise where Ss must match the words with the relevant pictures. T will ask CCQs to make sure Ss have understood. Ss peer check.
T writes the phonemes on the board. T elicits the pronunciation of the phonemes. T explains the task. T divides Ss into pairs. Ss do the task a. They must write the words to the related phoneme. T gives the Ss the exercise handout. Teacher asks to match the ex with the words from the ex d and adapt them to the ex a. Ss peer check.
T writes the words individually and examples with these words on the WB. T reads the words out loud. Students repeat after him couple times. Teacher reads the examples out loud. Ss repeat after him couple times as well. T asks Ss questions using the vocabulary. Ss answer the questions using the same vocabulary.
T divides the students into pairs. Students do the ex. f. Ss ask and answer the questions with a partner. T demos that the Ss should follow up questions and try to answer them using the target language. T adds his own questions.