Farhad Roodi Farhad Roodi

TP 4
A1 level


Students are going to review three lessons by doing a board game. The important issues in the lesson is, first, teach some vocabulary, i.e the rules of the game and, second, to give a clear instruction.


Abc 4 dices
Abc time counter
Abc a board game

Main Aims

  • To provide practice to review the vocabulary of previous lessons

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of a board game


Set up (4-6 minutes) • to introduce the activity and highlight the TL to be used in the activity

Teacher pre-teaches some vocabulary related to the rules of the game. Teacher elicits the words by miming and showing pictures and check and drill some pronunciation. After introducing the words, teacher clearly shows the instruction of the game by sticking an A3-size boar game on the board. Then students will be grouped in 3 and start the game.

Controlled Practice activity (20-30 minutes) • To review what sts have learned through a board game

Sts play the game in groups of three and teacher monitors each group to detect any problems. Students will monitor each other as well as part of the game. They are going to correct each other through the game. Teacher can monitor closely and write the major problems down to notify students later in feedback stage.

Free(r) practice activity (5-7 minutes) • To provide less controlled activity for groups who finish the game early

The group that finishes early will go through all questions by asking each other in turn. This provides a practice for them and also a peer/self correction before the feedback stage.

Feedback (5-6 minutes) • To check all the questions in the board game

Students will answer each question individually while others are listening. This stage will be done with whole class. Teacher can use OHP or the WB to check all the answers and also provide clarification of the mistakes she/he wrote down during monitoring.

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