To provide gist, scan and detailed reading practice using a text about felling stress in the context of the six basic emotions
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a role-play exercise in the context of a dialogue between a daughter and mother.
Procedure (39-49 minutes)
- show the students two videos and perform a short play with realia. - after watching them, ask students some questions to elicit some basic feelings such as; fear,surprise and disgust and the the word 'emotion'. - discuss the emotions by asking some questions to students (when was the last time you felt ...)
- show the matching exercise to the students. - explain that they are going to match the vocabulary with the correct definitions. - match them individually. - check the answers in pairs. - unfold the paper and compare your answers with the answer key for feedback - drill the words chorally and individually. - write the words on the board to show the stress and part of speech.
- show the handout to the students. - want them to look at the pictures. - SS predict and discuss the photos with their partners 'what emotions these people feel and why they feel this emotion.' - get them to unfold the paper. - SS read the emotions individually and try to match the photos with these emotions. - want them to scan the text and check whether the matches are correct or not. - reflect the answer key on the board for feedback.
- show the handout to students. - read the text in detail and choose true and false for each sentence. - check the answers in pairs. - unfold the paper and check your answers with the answer key for feedback.
- put the students in pairs. - show the handouts included small dialogues. - give a dialogue and an emotion to each pair. (the pairs can have the same dialogues but different emotions) - want them to perform the play with this emotion. - get other pairs to turn back and guess the emotion from intonation of the students who perform.