dicribe a home
my main aim is writing. students learn how to describe their home.
My sub aim is speaking. Students will practice talking about their homes.
Procedure (35-45 minutes)
I show some pictures to students and then I talk about my favourite home. Then students will be asked to talk in pairs about their favourite home.
I will ask students how does your home look like? I will write answers on the board.
I will elicit MFP and then ask students CCQ to achieve new vocabulary. CCQ are based on the previous stage. what is another way to say big with a lot of space? spacious what is the word to say very beautiful and good? magnificent what is the synonym for perfect? ideal what is the word to say extremely exciting and surprising? breathtaking what is another way to say very great? superb
I show pictures of reading text and then I will ask students what do think of the topic? where are the homes in this picture? In the city or outside the city. how many rooms do you think they have?
Students have to read two texts individually and then answer question A. They have to talk together and share their ideas.
Students have to find and underline all adjective in the first text. They work individually and then check the answer together.
Students have to change the adjective ( nice) with a suitable adjective in the second text. They need first work individually and then check the answer together. I will give students the answer key later.
I will give students paper. They should complete the template with their own answers and try to use newly learnt adjectives. Then they will check together.
I will monitor the students and write some errors. At the end of the class, I write on the board and correct them.
I request students to write on the paper what they learn today.