Unit 2: The Right Answer Quiz
Upper Intermediate level
to develop students skills of reading for detail in the context of a The Right Answer Quiz
to enable students to understand different meanings and usage of the word 'Right'
to enable students to understand vocabulary items related to scientific facts (pre-teaching them for a reading/listening text)
Procedure (36-49 minutes)
Write Prompts on the board. Ask Ss to make guesses and complete the prompts. If their answers are correct, answer with: That's right! If their answers are wrong, encourage them to make new guesses. After some rounds, ask Ss to do a similar game in groups. Monitor.
Ask Ss to remember whether you are right-handed or left-handed. After they use the word 'right' several times, write with both hands and surprise them! Ask one or two Ss to come to the board and try writing with both hands. Give Ss the Matching Handout. Ss individually work on the handout. Monitor. Ss check in pairs. Check the answers with the whole-class and the key on the screen.
Ask a QI questions from the class. Engage Ss in guessing. Show the answer in the PPT slide. Tell them it's their time to check their knowledge of the world.
Give The Right Answer Quiz to Ss. Ask them to answer the quiz solo. Put them in groups to check. Get some general feedback but do not correct. Play the listening audio and Ss check. Elicit answers and show the key.
Give Ss the Listening Handout. Ask Ss to answer the questions from the memory (individually). Ss check in pairs. Play the audio file (play each section separately). Ss check in pairs. Get feedback and show the key.
Give Ss Controlled Speaking Handout. Ss complete the handout in groups. Put two groups together to share their answers. Ask for some general feedback from the groups.