text-based presentation for functional language (giving reasons and results)
To provide clarification and practice of language used for giving reasons and results in the context of jobs you hate/like
To provide speaking activity in the same context.
Procedure (5-49 minutes)
-T greets Ss and asks how they are doing. -T asks Ss if everyone has hobbies and if hobbies can become jobs. -T listens to their answers and thanks them for their ideas.
-T shows a video of two friends talking about their jobs. -T asks Ss the following questions: 1-do you think Rachel likes her job? and why? 2-does Becky know what is the job she wants to have? -T thanks Ss for their answers.
-T sets a "fill in the gaps" task to highlight the target language.1 min -do the task 2mins. -pair check. 1 min -Ss listen to a record to check their answers. 35 seconds. -feedback .25 seconds
-T makes Ss into one group (half circle). -T use flash cards that include the target language. -T asks Ss to match each card with the right list on the board (giving reasons/giving results). -After Ss finish the task, T praises their good work and if not, T asks them to think again about the wrong ones and gives examples so they can guess the meaning.
-T starts to clarify the form of each piece of the target language on the board with the help of Ss. -T focuses on the tricky points like the form of (due to/ because of/since) as their forms might differ.
-T drills the pronunciation of each piece of the target language in sentences. -T introduces the phonological transcription of the target language.
*controlled practice: -T provides Ss with an activity (activity D) -choose the right answer. set the task. 1 min do the task. 2 mins. pair check.1 min. feedback. 1 min.
*freer practice -T makes Ss into pairs. -T sets the task of a role-play. -Ss should discuss the reasons each one of them hates/likes a job.