To provide clarification and practice of characters adjective in the context of describing person
To provide fluency speaking practice in a group work in the context of character adjective
Procedure (38-45 minutes)
The teacher tells a story about her friends to set the context. While doing it, she does not directly give the words, she tries to get the target vocabulary items from the students. With the story, students engage with the topic and they have some ideas about the lesson.
After the story, the T writes vocabulary items on the WB. She makes drill and elicits vocabulary items on the WB. Students can see the written vocabulary items.
The teacher dives the WB into two. She sticks target vocabulary items and definitions on different sides. The words will be stuck randomly. After that, the T wants students to match the correct definitions and the correct words. Then, students check their answers together.
The teacher gives handouts to students. In this activity, students will ask each other what kind of personality have they got and they will write the students' name below the boxes. It will be a productive activity for students to use target vocabulary items. Then, they will share their answers with the classroom.
Students are given the definitions of character adjectives in a small paper. Students read the definitions one by one and the others try to guess which word is it. According to the number of students the activity can be played as a competition.
During the practices, the T focus on students' answers and performance. At the end of the lesson, she explains what is needed.