Reading "Girls' Night Out"
To provide a practice of reading in the context of describing girls' night out
To provide practice of speaking in the context of describing the nights out
Procedure (15-45 minutes)
I will start the lesson with asking students questions, such as "When was your last night out?", "Where did you go?"and "Who did you meet?"
Firstly, I will ask students to answer question 1a in a minute. Then, I will give them a matching activity to introduce the words that might be difficult for them.
I will tell students to read the text in 3 minutes and choose, from the tree given names, the name of the country that each one of the two girls is in. I will ask ICQs , such as "How many countries will we choose?" and "Where will we write the chosen country?"
I will give students the first controlled activity 2c . I will ask them to match the questions with the number of the answer in the text. I will demonstrate one or two questions. I will use ICQs such as "What will we write in the small squares here?" Numbers, "From where will we get these numbers?" The text. Here, I will use the four golden rules. Then, I will give them the second activity. I will ask them to answer these questions with yes or no and to complete them. I will demonstrate it for them . I will ask them ICQs, such as "What are we going to write here?" Yes or No, " Where will we find the answers?" The text, and " Are we going to complete the questions with did or does?"Did. Here, I will use the four golden rules.
I will give Ss students a sheet with questions, then I will ask them to write short notes to answer these questions. After this, they will discuss these questions with their colleagues standing and moving from one colleague to another and I will ask them at the end to tell me about an interesting night out of their partners.