vocabulary, expression with "look"
In this lesson students learn about expressions with “look” through guided discovery based on a listening “the right look”. The lesson starts with a question “do you like fashion and what is fashion for you?” Students talk in pairs about the question, and a student tells his/her ideas to the class. A crossword HO is given as students need to know some vocabulary of clothes. Then another HO is given, we listen two conversations. While -listening students complete the sentences. We write two sentences on the board and I ask students if there is a difference between these two “looks” and in pairs they answer a HO asking them if the sentence is about appearance or about eye movement. After that students discuss the question “do people ever misjudge you by your look” in pairs. An interesting story of a student is told to the class. Finally they complete a HO of expression with look.
Stage 1 • to introduce the lesson and make the context of the lesson interesting for students
- start the lesson with a question "what is fashion for you.
- project a stylish woman picture
what do you think about her clothes?
do you wear that kind of cloths too?
stage 2 crossword • to remind clothes
-give a crossword Ho
ask students if they know them
make them complete the crossword in pairs
stage 3 listening and completing the given sentences • To provide new vocabulary that can be applied in the context of fashion
give the HOs to SS
tell them to complete the HO individually
turn on the listening
Stage 4 vocabulary • to provide awareness to two different meanings
write two sentences on the board
ask SS if there is a difference between these two "looks"
elicit the meaning.
Stage 5 vocab HO • to provide practice of expressions with "look"
match SS with each other
tell them to choose if "look" in the sentence means appearance or eye movement.
ask SS to check the answers
stage 6 talking time • to provide STT to use the vocab
form SS into groups
give them a question to discuss
after finishing ask if there is an interesting story.
-do people ever misjudge you by your look?