Writing About Yourself
To provide process writing practice of a paragraph in the context of classmate
To provide review of job lexis
To provide clarification of capital letters
Procedure (59-85 minutes)
T greets the class. She asks which names and jobs would they choose if they had a chance. Ss brainstorm about the possible answers. T elicits the answers.
Ss interview their classmates and ask the questions provided in the book about their role - play characters and some details related to their jobs. They take some notes and T monitors the activity.
T presents the stage of paragraph writing and provides some information about combining the sentences to write a coherent paragraph. She also gives some information about capital letters which is a part of writing too.
She provides some incorrect use of capital letters from the "A Luck and Happy Man" text. She lets learners to correct them on the white board.
Ss write a paragraph "A Good Move" by using the sentences provided in the book. They make some arrangements to add capital letters where necessary. T monitors the activity and encourages peer check.
T gives instructions to let the learners write a paragraph about their classmates. Ss use the answers of their interviews and check their paragraphs in groups by using revising checklist.
Ss practice real life writing activity by filling out a student form. They work individually. Whole class check the forms together.