Beginners level (A-1) level
To provide fluency speaking practice in a Conversation in the context of Everyday Problem
Procedure (36-45 minutes)
Teacher will present a picture to the class.She/he will ask learners if they can say say what it is. He will try to elicit ideas of the lesson.
Teacher will present the new words and the phrases by showing pictures to learners. He will also provide them with clues so that they can make guesses and say the words or the phrases. He will write them down on the whiteboard and highlight them with a red marker. Then he will help learners practice those through choral drill. He will also use stress markers to show the rising and the falling intonations.
Teacher will show learners a slide on which different problematic situations ( the problems that we face in our everyday life) will be written. Then teacher himself will act out those situations ( without saying anything verbally) and ask learners to find out suitable phrases from the slide that match his acting. After that, he will give learners handouts and ask them write the problem in the box under the correct picture. After that, he will introduce functional languages to learners and help them use those in the contexts appropriately. He will provide learners with the other contexts where they can use those functional languages. He will also help them learn about different social settings ( formal and informal) where they can use the functional languages appropriately.
Teacher will play the audio track and learners will hear how people use functional languages in different context. Then he will give them handouts. He will play the audio the second time and ask learners to fill in the blanks with the words/ the phrases they have already heard.
Teacher will ask learners to learn two conversations and act them to the class. Learners will pair up and act out the dialogues.