To provide practice of the words, idiomatic combinations in the context of beverage
To provide gist and detailed reading practice using a text about drinks named after people in the context of drinks
Procedure (30-43 minutes)
The teacher creates interest in the topic (drinks) through a personalization and tries to elicit as many words as possible.
The teacher will set a game where students have to discover the new terms and combine the words that go together.
The teacher writes the names of some drinks on the whiteboard and elicits the kinds of these drinks.
The students read a text and match the words on the boards to the passages thus to the drinks. The teacher checks the answers and checks the global understanding.
The students read the same text for specific details to work out the concerning exercise. The students may not be able to understand some of the words, so the teacher tries to provide a good explanation. The teacher checks the answers and give feedback
The teacher elicits more ideas and ask the students to discuss the topic in groups before doing a gap-filling exercise. The students have a look at the grammar rules and check in pairs their answers. The teacher gives feed back and makes sure students understood the grammatical aspect.
The students are given time to practice the new vocabulary via a speaking activity where they discuss two different ways of making the concerning drink. The students use the grammar rules to describe the "ideal" way of making the drink.