The main aim of the lesson is to give students practice on "Speaking", throughout different activities such as questionnaire and role play.
The sub aim is writing. At the end of the lesson students will be able to write their pinion in the context of " Facebook".
Procedure (14-19 minutes)
The teacher will start the lesson by showing the students a picture for some "emojis" on Facebook, and she will ask the students: What do you think about this picture? Where do you see these emojis? Which emoji do you use more on Facebook? Actually, this picture will help the students to elicit the topic of the lesson which is "Facebook". Then the teacher will show the students pictures for some celebrities, and she will then distribute printed signs and ask them to choose the emoji which shows their opinion about each picture.
The teacher will show the students sample of a questionnaire in the context of Facebook, and highlights the important vocabulary. Then the teacher will distribute a blank questionnaire, and asks the students to fill it in pairs. Then each student will present his/ her colleagues answers about their habits and preferences on Facebook.
In this stage the teacher will give the students a role play in the context of "Facebook". The students will create an interview between a famous TV. presenter and an actress/ actor who will talk about his/ her opinion about Facebook, and problems facing his/ her because of Facebook. Then each pair will act the scene they prepared. The purpose of this activity is to encourage students to speak more in an interesting context using the vocabulary they already have and the ones acquired during the first part of the session.
This is the final stage of the lesson where the teacher asks the students to write a paragraph individually about the advantages and disadvantages of Facebook to enhance their writing skills and to encourage them to use the vocabulary and ideas they discussed throughout the lesson and put it in a written form.
The peer review stage, in which the students will exchange their papers and correct to each other. Then if there is enough time in class, the teacher will discuss with them the most common mistakes. If not the teacher will collect the papers and correct them for a second draft.