ELIF'S TP6 LESSON PLAN
To improve students' initial and detailed reading skills in the context of reading hotel brochures.
To introduce and practice vocabulary related to hotels and their services
To provide students with opportunity to talk about their holidays and their hotel choices.
Procedure (37-46 minutes)
T shows some photos of a hotel. T asks general questions about the hotel. What is this place? Where is the hotel? Is it clean? Does it have one bed or to beds? Then, T talks about the hotel briefly saying that this is the hotel she stayed before. T asks 'Would you like to stay in this hotel? Why or why not?'. T elicits answers.
T says 'When you go on holiday and try to choose where to stay, you have lots of options. There are so many different hotels and you need to choose one. You may have to search for hours! However, they all offer different services. Now, look at your hand out. Match the pictures with the words above. You have three minutes.' T monitors and helps students if needed. Sts pair check before whole class feedback. T goes over the pronunciation one more time.
T tells students to read the text. T says :Now please read the text and decide which one do you like more? Which one do you want to stay? While answering, give at least 3 reasons.You have 5 minutes.' After they read and choose one of them, T makes them pair check. Then T elicits answers from the students.
T asks students to read the texts again and try to find which sentences belong to which hotel or if they don't belong to any hotels, they write N. ex 2 pg 58 T monitors and helps if needed. If they finish, students check their answers together, then T gives whole class feedback.
T reminds the sts of the lead-in, the hotel she stayed and her holiday briefly. T says "Now, it's your turn. Please look ax exercise 1. Think about your holiday last year and fill in the blanks. You have two minutes." After they're finished, T continues by saying 'Now please share your answers with your partner and ask for more details.'
T says "Now, please create your own hotel, give it a name and write at least three things about your dream hotel. " T monitors students and when they finish, they share their hotels with each other.