"Are you happy?"
To provide clarification and practice of question forms in the context of happiness
To provide review in the context of free time
To provide specific information listening practice using a text about what makes people happy
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in the question forms in the context of happiness
Procedure (39-54 minutes)
I will first do two activities called "3 truths and a lie" and "a minute of questions" in order to get to know the students. After that I will draw a big circle on the WB introducing our topic I will write "Happiness" inside the circle. Students one by one will come to the board and write the things that make them happy. We will together discuss their answers.
Students will listen to the recording and complete the tasks filling the gaps in the text.
Students will be given some colorful papers which consist of some questions related to happiness, they will choose these papers and ask the questions to each other. Then I will elicit these sentences from them for the next stage of our lesson.
Eliciting example sentences from students I will demonstrate the structure of question sentences. After that I will ask them to think of a question sentence.
Students will complete exercises in order to better their grammar knowledge.
Students will listen to a lecture about happiness and write 3 questions from the lecture, then ask each other.
Students will choose cards in it there will be a topic and some key words to make questions. They will make questions and talk to each other.