Tips about 'How to'
To provide accuracy and fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of giving advices.
To provide clarification of useful language in the context of giving advise.
Procedure (36-48 minutes)
T teacher welcomes the students. T gives them cut-outs and wants them to memorise the sentence. Then T gives Ss a handout about the activity and wants them to fill in the blanks with the sentences that their friends say. But they should understand the content of the sentence and write them in the correct place. Ss also have to write the names of the person. It is a whole class activity. Are you going to show your papers? (No) Are you going to fill in the blanks with the sentences that you've heard? (Yes) Are you going to write the name of the person? (Yes) T wants the students to share what they have heard from their classmates.
T this time gives them a handout. The text is about pieces of advice. Ss are going to read this text and they are going to match the pictures with the paragraphs in 4 minutes. What are you going to do?( Match the pictures with the pictures.) How many minutes do you have? ( 5 min) And now check your answers in pairs. T reflects the correct answers on the board.
T shows some bullet points about some different points. Students this time going to match the paragraphs with the bullet points in 3 minutes. There will be some extra sentences. Are you going to speak? (NO) How many minutes do you have ?( 3 minutes) Discuss your answers in pairs in 1 minute. Then they will listen to the recording and decide whether the decision is good or bad? What are you going to write? ( No)
T shows the bulletin points again wants them to choose their own topic and wants them to take notes or make a list on do's and don't for the topic in 5 Minutes. What are you going to do?( Make list) How many minutes do you have? ( 5 minutes) T then wants Ss to share their ideas with their partners. Are you going to write something? (No) What are you going to do? (Talk about our topic) Are you going to use 'do's and don't ' in your talk? (Yes) T this time wants them to change their pairs and give advices about their own topic.
This time teacher wants students to reflect what they have learned. T asks: Did you learn how to ....? Was it interesting? Was it useful to speak with your friend's classmates?