That smells nice!
Reading - skimming and scanning text in order to do related exercises and tasks
To provide clarification and practice of new vocabulary in the context of flowers, their history and related information
Procedure (30-42 minutes)
Students are shown couple of pictures which represent the content of the lesson and are told a short story to familiarize students with the topic they will read in this lesson.
-Students are shown pictures regarding the vocabulary used in the text. -Students are asked to look at the pictures and guess any relevant idea they could propose. -Students share their ideas as a whole class and the instructor tries to involve them by asking related questions regarding the pictures. -The instructor will elicit new vocabulary which will be used in the next stages of the lesson that will be given to them as a handout.
Students will be put in pairs, student A and student B. Student As read about Tulips and student Bs read about roses. Afterwards, all students will answer questions in their handouts regarding their flower.
In this part, a) students will read the text individually and do the exercise on their own using back referencing. They are instructed to read the text silently and answer the exercise on their own. After the students are asked CCQs for confirmation, the instructor will check individually to see the students have understood and are on the task. First question could be done as an example to guide the students. b)-c) Students do the exercises in pairs and afterwards check the answers with the class.
Students will be put in pairs and will be told they are going to design a new perfume or aftershave. They will be focused on the prompts and will be checked if they understand the pre-learnt vocabulary regarding perfume, aftershave, packaging and age range. Students will discuss their ideas as groups of two while taking notes, afterwards they will share their ideas to the whole class.