Speaking in the context of things that make you feel.....(happy, depressed, amused, relaxed etc).
Sts practice speaking in the context of what makes them feel.
Sts learn correct sentence forms and pronunciation.
Procedure (36-50 minutes)
T gives his answers to 8 questions about what makes him: Laugh feel frightened feel depressed relax feel detested stressed embarressed feel happy
T tells sts to look back at the 8 questions from the previous lesson and make notes about thier answers. T gives them a hanout with useful language and tells them they could use phrases in the previous lesson also. T gives them 8 minutes. T monitors to check sts on task and then to prvide further words and phrases.
T puts class in groups (size depends completely on student turnout, prefably groups of 3/4). T tells sts discuss the answers to their questions and make a list of the most interesting answers on the most interesting answers. T does ICQs. T gives them 8 minutes. T monitors and makes notes on mistakes.
T puts sts in pairs (pairs should not be from same group as previous task). **If class small get sts to explain most interesting ideas to the WC. T asks sts to discuss the most interesting ideas they heard and encourages them to ask each other questions. T gives them 6 minutes.
T says what makes him happy and throws ball to sts and gets them to do the same. T does this for a variety of things that make them feel.
T uses notes made during monitoring to make comments and correct language mistakes.