speaking about films
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of films
To provide practice of language used for making recommendation in the context of films
Procedure (36-50 minutes)
T projects posters of well-known films. T asks students if they know these films. T asks them if they liked the movies. T gets some individual answers.
T gives a HO about types of films. T asks SS to match them with their meanings. T asks them to give one example to each type of film. After finishing, T asks them to check their answers in pairs. T gives pens to SS SS create the answer key on the board. T checks the answers. If there is a mistake SS find it and correct it. T drills the words. ICQ. Do we match them alone? Do we show our papers to our friends?
T asks SS what kind of films they like. T asks students why they like these films. T gets some individual answers. T asks if they recommend the movie. T elicits the meaning of “recommend” T drills the word “recommend”
T tells students that their best friend is going to have a date and he will go to cinema with her potential girl-friend. He asks for help from you on the phone. Please recommend him good movie. -Tell him why you like it. -Summarize the movie. -Tell the names of actors. -Tell the type of the movie. -Tell if the movie is exiting, boring, ….. Students work in group of 3. T monitors SS T gets the answers of each group. ICQ. How many people work together? 3 Do we let other group to listen to us? No.
T writes the mistakes he heard while monitoring on the board. T asks students if they see any mistakes. T asks students to correct them.