Test-Teach-Test Presentation of language
Main aim : By the end of this lesson, learners will have a better understanding of adjectives that relates to the quality of the mind that affects people's attitudes.
sub aim: Learners will be able to use that language in different sentences or describing someone.
Procedure (45-45 minutes)
I will set an open question to the students to be discussed as whole class about what's the difference between the brain and the mind. Then again ask students if the qualities of the mind can be noticed through attitudes.
I will be using visuals as images in order to allow students have an almost clear image about the lesson. As well as, eliciting ideas and words that students already know about the topic. In groups students will be given a matching activity to do; where they'll have to match the definitions with their words. As a whole class feedback, students will report and compare their answers.
This stage will be built on a clarification based on the matching activity was given before. As students might be pronounce or spell some words incorrectly, I will make sure to do some drilling ( coral and group drills) as well as divide those words into syllables so the students will be able to say and write those words correctly. In this stage, too, I will highlight the "shwa" sounds so the students will be able to differentiate it in the new
In this stage, I will set a discussion task so the students can put the words they've seen into practice and use it when talking. I will put these different sentences in different small papers, fold it into small pieces and put them all in a cup. As students will be sitting in groups, one student from each group will come up and take a random paper back to their groups for discussion. Students will be doing a group discussion and share their sentences along with their opinions to the whole class. As a WC feedback students will say if they agree or not with the spoken idea.