Three Generations TP5
To introduce and practice using new and past vocabulary (adjectives) in the context of a family party.
To provide practice listening and reading for gist and detailed information where the lexis is used.
Procedure (40-52 minutes)
-Show students several photos of families with Google Slides -Elicit from students words related to family to let them discover the topic of today's lesson
-Chest photo A to prepare students for upcoming tasks. -Put students in pairs while telling them... -Tell Ss to answer the questions about photo A with their partner. 1: What's their relationship? 2: How old do you think the people in photo A are? 3: Who's birthday party is photo A? (who is 13 in this photo?) -Provide quick feedback orally to the WC to confirm if they guessed correctly or incorrectly about the discussion questions.
-Chest matching HO from pg. 46 (ex. 2) -Tell students to match the words to their opposites individually. -Monitor students and try to discern if it is an easy activity or target where they seem to be struggling. -Put students in pairs to check their answers. -Provide a key/ FB with Google Slides.
-Chest HO from pg 134. -Put Ss in pairs and tell Ss to match the words and their opposites to the correct picture in HO 2. -Allow Ss time to match the words to the photos that convey their meaning. -Check answers with the WC. -Clarify that Un (in unhappy and unfriendly) means not (not happy, not friendly). -Model and drill these words (plus any students seemed to struggle with during monitoring) Friendly - /'frendli/ Crowded - | ˈkraʊdɪd | Interesting - | ˈɪntrəstɪŋ | Dirty - | ˈdɜːti | Quiet - | ˈkwaɪət |
Put up the examples slide on GS presentation -Put students in new pairs -Instruct students to use the adjectives in their list to talk about photos A and B (chest materials while assigning the task) -Give students photos A and B and tell them to begin.
-Tell students they will hear a story that happened YESTERDAY related to photo A. -Tell students to decide who is talking while listening and reading the story. -Quickly play the audio. -Ask a volunteer to tell me who is talking in the listening/reading. -Tell students to read the story again and underline these specific details: place number of people food drink people not at the party -Put students in a PW or GW depending on how focussed they seem (GW if they will not go off-task) and let them check their answers