To provide clarification of usage of adverbs in the context of different personalities
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of different
Procedure (78-113 minutes)
T: look at the people inside the picture, which one is your favorite? Why? T: what do you think about their personalities? in pairs talk about their personalities and what these people are like. T: who volunteers to talk about the first person, the second, etc.
T: now we are going to learn some words about people's personality. please do part A with a partner. (ICQ: are we doing the task alone? No). T: please change your seats, check your answers with your new partner. Any problems? T: Is there anything you don't know? (like look at the bright side of things) T: now use these adjectives to talk about real people you know with your partner.
T: please read the text and do part A individually. (ICQ: can we talk to each other? No) T: check your answers in pairs. Then T goes through the answers with the class. T: Please do part B in pairs. T: who wants to talk about their answer? please stand up.
T: look at the sentences in part 1, what are the red words? (verbs). What is the similarity of green words? (adverbs: they give more details about verbs) T: look at part 2, what are blue words? (adjectives). what is the similarity among green words? (adverbs: they describe adjectives)
T explains the function of adverbs, go through grammar part and explains the difference between "good" and "well". T: adverbs mostly answer "how" and "when". Many adverbs are adjective+ly but not all of them. CCQs: An adverb describes a noun, yes or no? No Mary is a good driver, wrong or right? Right Mary drives good, wrong or right? Wrong- well
T: do part A alone. check your answers with a partner. T: read your answers one by one. Ss will correct each other with T's aid. T: do part B in pairs.
T: change seats, interview your partner (part A) and add explanations to each answer. (ICQ: Should we ask more questions in each part? Yes) Instead of part B, T asks students to read the most interesting answer aloud.
T gives Ss handouts which contain a table that has one part for each classmate. Ss should stand up, go around the class talk to each other and ask each other questions based on the adjective written in front of that person's name. then they have to write sentences by changing the adjectives into adverbs. T: please read your sentences for class. Ss will correct each other by T's aid.