Beginner A1 level
To provide clarification and practice of present continuous in the context of colors and clothes
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of colors and clothes
Procedure (39-51 minutes)
- The teacher begins by putting gist question on the whiteboard. - The teacher plays the movie - The students work in pairs to answer the questions - The students share their answer with the class
- The teacher pre-teaches the necessary words. - He asks the students to work in groups and look at the picture and do the gap-fill. - The Students work alone and then work in pairs to check their answers. - The teacher shows the answer on whiteboard using the projector
- The teacher asks CCQs to make sure all students know what "positive", "negative" sentences and "question" are. - The teacher gives the HO of guided discovery to the class. - He asks the students to answer the questions and check their answers with each other and later against the answer key. - The teacher uses the projector to drill the form on the whiteboard.
- The teacher puts the question and answer form on the whiteboard - The students ask each other what they are wearing and answer each other - The teacher takes notes for delayed error correction - The teacher writes the errors he has heard on the whiteboard and elicits the correct answer from the students
This activity is very similar to the previous one. The only difference is that in this activity students describe a classmate. - The teacher puts the necessary forms on the whiteboard. - The students write a description of a classmate but they don't write the name. - They swap their papers and they have to guess who that person is. - When they have guessed, they announce to the class who the person was. - The teacher writes the errors he has heard on the board and elicits the correction.
- The teacher shows the picture on the whiteboard and asks the students to stand up - He puts the necessary form on the board next to the picture. - The students mingle and ask questions about the picture. - The teacher monitors and writes down the errors he hears for an error correction.