The Survivors' Club
To provide detailed reading practice using a text about Survivors' Club in the context of People's reactions to disasters
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversations, discussions in the context of people's reactions to disasters
Procedure (37-42 minutes)
Show them on WB: " To survive, it is often necessary to fight and to fight you have to get dirty." George Orwell, UK author Ask them to discuss it in pairs and say whether they agree with the author. Take some W/C feedback.
Show them the questionnaire, ask them to answer the questions with their partners and give reasons. Help them out with the words they may not know. Take some FB, but do not give them the answers. Tell them "we will discuss the answers later on."
Ask them to read the text, answer the questions individually, then check their answers in pairs or groups. Take FB as a W/C. Then ask them to work out the meaning of highlighted words in their groups by match them with the given meanings. Take a W/C feedback.
Write on the WB" What should you do? what shouldn't you do?" Make groups of three. Set the time. Give them the HOs & ask them to read each situation individually. After they finish, ask them to share the answers with the other two. Take feedback as a whole class.
Write on the WB" Did you choose the right answer?" Ask the students to discuss their own answers in groups. Take a W/C feedback.