To provide practice of describing people in the context of Looking good
To provide fluency speaking practice describing people in the context of Looking good.
Procedure (37-45 minutes)
1-Ask students who is your favorite actor or actress ? Why ? 2-Show them a picture of a famous actress ( Ghada Adel ) .. I tell them most people say i look like her and talk about that preparing for the next question. 3-Did any one tell you that you look like any of the famous people and how ? 4-I let them to think about that in a minute. Give them time to tell their partners about that.
1- Prepare matching handouts. 2- Ask ss to look at the pictures and read the sentences. Then they match them together. 3- They check in pairs. 4- They got the feedback on wall.
1- Prepare pictures for the new language vocabulary. suit - trousers - trainers - pretty - good looking - handsome - curly - wavy- bald- spiky - slim 2- Show on the projector. 3- Elicit the words and the meaning. 4- Drill and highlight the correct pronunciation. 5- Stick words flashcards on board to highlight the correct forms. CCQs: Can we say a pretty man? No Can we say a handsome lady ? No Do we use good looking to describe clothes or faces?
1- Give Instructions and demonstration about the exercise. 2- Show ss some pictures of different people. Each picture will be shown for 10 seconds. 3- Throw a ball to one student asking him to give 4 sentences describing the picture after hiding it. 4- Show the next picture asking the student to throw the ball to another one to describe, and so on.
1- Ask ss to go around the class looking for each others over look. 2- Group them in pairs. 3- Ask them to write a description of their friend setting in their back. 4- Give time to tell each other about their descriptions 5- collect their writings, randomly give them back. Ask one to tell the others the description and the others guess who is this.
Ask them to choose a famous character and Write notes describing him/her Ask one to stand in front of the class to tell the descriptions Ask the others to try to guess who is he/she