speaking lesson plan
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation and a discussion in the context of sports
To provide clarification and practice of lexis in the context of sports
Procedure (45-55 minutes)
Ss will watch a video and guess the topic of the lesson afterward. After eliciting "kinds of sports" from the students, they will be asked to talk in groups about the different kinds of sports that are famous in their country. ICQS: Are you going to talk or write? talk Are you going to work in pairs or in a group? in group How many minutes will be given for each one? one minute
Preparing the students for the context of " kinds of sports " and making it much more understandable for the students through teaching a couple of new vocabulary or the blocking vocabulary. After watching the video, the ss will be divided into groups. They are going to be given scattered pieces of paper, and they are going to match the words with the pictures. Two of the group will stick their work on the board. Another two will talk about the sports they find after matching.
The vocabulary will be displayed on the board word by word the CCQs will be asked to make sure they get the meaning of them after the previous activity swimming do we use our arm and legs in this sport? can we do it at home? Do we practice it through water? fishing can we catch fish in this sport? is water the place for it? dancing do we move in doing this sport? do we move rhythmically to music or silently? snowboarding is it the act of riding a board or a horse? do we do it on snow or water? is it a single-player or multiplayer sport? crickets is it an outdoor or indoor sport? do we use a bat or a board in doing it? is it a single-player or multiplayer game? here is the time to answer question 2 on page 51 to assess their ability to checking the words' spelling. the attached worksheet will be handed to the ss. they are going to be asked to read the text. while reading, they have to circle the words can and can't with the verbs after. afterward, they are going to be asked about the verbs that come after the words can and can't, what did they notice? the answer will be elicited that what comes after can and can't is a base form of the verb. here is the time for question 1 on page 51 to assess their understanding of that grammatical rule.
ss will be given a blank paper; they are going to write at least five sentences about one of the sports mentioned before. Then they are going to discuss in pairs about what they wrote. they may add to each other any needed details.
the ss will be in groups to discuss what they have written. They are going to check for each other the use of language and spelling mistakes. Finally, the survey attached will be handed to the students to fill it in pairs. are you going to work in pairs or in groups? in pairs are you going to talk or check? both