Beginner A1 level
To provide clarification of "would like", "some" and "any" in the context of offering and asking for food
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of asking for and offering food
Procedure (41-50 minutes)
The teacher asks the students to watch a movie and answer the questions he had asked. This allows the students to become familiar with the topic of the lesson "party".
- The teacher pre-teaches the necessary words -The students listen to two conversations and answer the gist questions. This allows the students to hear the TL used in a natural conversation. - After that, the students work in pairs to find out what the answers are. - The students share what they think the answers are. -The teacher shows the answers on the whiteboard using the projector - He gives the students the full text of the dialogs.
The teacher uses the guided discovery method to introduce the target language to the students. - He asks the students to answer questions 1 to 5 on the guided discovery sheet individually and then check in pairs. - He shows them the answer key on the whiteboard using the projector - He asks the students to do the other two parts, e.g. function/use and form individually and then check their answers in pairs. - He gives the students the answer key and asks them to check their answers. - He drills the form on the board.
The teacher aims for the production of the target language -He instructs the students to do exercise 3 which is a controlled practice -While the students are doing the exercise, he hangs the answer key on the wall -When the students are ready, he asks the students to stand up and to check their answers against the answer key -The teacher divides the class into two groups, hosts and guests using color paper - The teacher starts the semi-controlled practice/freer practice by giving the students the roleplay sheet and giving the necessary instructions - The students mingle and try to practice the target language - The teacher takes note of the students' errors for a delayed error correction
The teacher asks one student to nominate another student and together they ask and answer using the target language. The nominated student will nominate another student and they ask and answer the roleplay questions. There is time for a delayed feedback. The teacher corrects the errors he noticed during the production stage.