Task - Talk about things you couldn't live without - Speaking
To provide accuracy speaking practice through conversations in the context of the things they could not live without.
To provide practice of introducing and describing things in the context of the things they are addicted to.
Procedure (35-46 minutes)
The students will be given the worksheet on which there are fourteen phrases. The students will sort the phrases, in groups, into the boxes.
A blank page and a handout will be given to each student. Students will, individually, make a list of five things they like a lot.
The students will, in pairs, talk to each other about the things they like. They will use the phrases in the worksheet when talking. The students will be given some time to plan what they are going to talk about.
The students, in groups, will take turns to talk about the things on their lists. They will ask questions to each other and answer them.
The students will share the three most common things chosen in their groups. The students will talk about them, but will not say what they are. The other students will try to guess what they are.
The students will share the three most uncommon things chosen in their groups. The students will talk about them, but will not say what they are. The other students will try to guess what they are.