An Amazing Story
By the end of the lesson Ss will have practiced the meaining, pronuciation and form of some vocbulary in the context of what they like and disklike.
Ss will have practised speaking for fluency in the context of movies.
Procedure (41-52 minutes)
T will tell t he Ss a story about his best movies she had ever watched and why did she like and when did she watch it and what is it's type. T will prepare some photos of the cinema and some different types of movies to be projected on the smart board. Ss will say the names of the movies. T will ask the students some questions about the types of such movies and what do we call them giving example to each type: adventure stories detective and crime stories fairy tales romances myths and legends comedies ghost stories science fiction and fantasies The students only need to practices talking to set them for the lesson.
I will ask them about which type of movies do each one prefer and why. Each student will give an example of one of the movies he/she had watched and let him/her talk about and say what type is it and this will lead into the clarification of the meaning and usage of the sentences in Ex2a.
I'll be answering the previous exercise and and checking their answer SS-SS then T-SS through MFP of the sentences used to describe the movies.
I will demonstrate for the Ss how to fill in the gaps to do the handout of Ex1 workbook p. 75 and I'll do the first one with them.
Each student will choose the best and the worst movies he/she had watched and give the negative and the positive reasons for each choice. Or SS will choose a movie and discuss together the negative and the positive aspects of it.