Reading & writing skills
To improve receptive skills (reading & writing)
To improve students' writing and speaking skills by doing practices related to their personal information
Procedure (38-51 minutes)
T will role-play as a doctor. Greet Ss and ask one of them to volunteer. T will start a dialogue with S and give S her business card. Ask CCQ to students and draw the business card on WB.
T circles each concept on the business card on WB (company name, person's name and title, job, address, postcode, country, phone number and email) and ask CCQ, such as 'Is it my home address?'. Ask Ss to spell the postcode and show an example of how to say phone numbers.
T will stick three photos on WB. Ask Ss CCQ: 'Can you guess their jobs?' and 'What's his/her name?Do we know?'
T will make groups by giving each student a piece of colorful paper. Give each S a business card printed on the same color of the paper they chose. Ask them to take a look at the business cards and decide which photo they belong to among themselves. Tell them to stick the right one under the photo (Face2face Starter Workbook p. 54, exercise 1)
T will give S HO of all of the business cards to read them. Ask questions regarding the photos(to individuals in each group): 'What's her name?', 'What's her job?', 'What's her nationality?' etc.
T will give S exercise 2 from Face2face Starter Workbook p. 54. Show an example on WB. Wait for them to finish while monitoring. Provide them with an answer key.
T will give each Ss an empty card of different colors. Give them time to write and monitor them. After they finish T asks the ones with same colors to match. T writes the context on WB: It's a conference and the time is 8PM. T writes questions they are going to ask one another: 'Good evening sir/m'am. How are you?', 'What's your job?', What's your company?', 'Where's your company?', 'What's your mobile number?' and 'What's your email?'. If there is time, T will wrap up the lesson with asking CCQ about their partners.