mete mete

A2 level


In this Lesson, sts practice writing invitations using adverbs of frequency and present simple tense in the context of hobbies. Lesson starts with a reminder of AF. Sts then speak about their favourite hobbies and how often they do them. Sts are then introduced to several invitations of various clubs and answer short questions. Next, students correct punctuation on several texts and finish the lesson by writing their own invitations and sharing them with the class.


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Main Aims

  • To provide process writing practice of an invitation in the context of hobbies.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of hobbies


Warmer/Lead-in (30-40 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

GO PLAY DO QUESTÄ°ONARE 20 minutes Have 5 pieces of paper with the verbs Listen, Go, Play, Watch, Collect. Group students in 2s or 3s and have them write as many nouns that go with the verbs for 30 seconds. After 30 seconds switch papers. USE different colored pens to see which group wrote the most nouns. PLAY HOBBY TABOO 20-30 MINUTES

Exposure (15-20 minutes) • To provide a model of the task and highlight useful words and phrases

Exercise 2: Look at the notice board. You post information on notice boards. Do you have a notice board at the school? What type of information is on the noticeboard? What other information could be on the notice board? Classes, holidays, Test dates, Club info... Look at ex 2 and answer the questions. 3 minutes. work alone. check with a partner. Which club would you like to go to? and why? Which club you don't want to join and why Say one you want to go to and I you don't want to go to and why. Work with a partner. Use language xp on page 13. Example:I want to go to the football club because I'm good at football and I love it. I don't want to go to the chess club because I don't enjoy playing chess. Exercise 3 Show singing club email and say Mario wrote an email to a friend to invite her to his singing club. Read the email to students and ask them what is wrong with the email? Write punctuation on the board and write , .? say punctuation repeat. Email doesn't have punctuation and capital letters. Hard to understand. Use capital letter at the beginning of sentences and days of the week, months, and names. Write Monday,Tuesday, April, September, May, Matt. Make changes in the email and check with your partner. Work alone. 2 minutes. Read the e mail and stop for each sentence to see where they made corrections.

Task (15-20 minutes) • To provide an opportunity to practice target productive skills

Ask students think of clubs they would like to join. It could be music club, Video game club. Movie club, sport club, food club..... Give them a minute and ask if they have decided on a club. Tell them to fill exercise 5 with details of the club. any other important information. Bring chess set, bring controller, bring musical instrument. Write an email of invitation to a friend. Use information on exercise 5 and remember punctuation. Write alone. 8 minutes. Check with a partner to correct any mistakes. Have some students read their e-mail and make corrections if necessary.

Language Analysis (6-8 minutes) • To clarify the meaning, form and pronunciation of the task language

Monitor while students write the email and make error corrections after presentation on simple present and punctuation and capital letters.

Language Practice (15-25 minutes) • To provide students with practice of the task language

Dog Walker exercise

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