Copy of Planning a day out
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of planning a day out
To provide correct pronunciation and form
Procedure (38-50 minutes)
Show them visuals on the board of different activities to do and ask them about what the prefer doing on weekends .
-They first listen to the first two lines of the text. -Show it to them on the projector. - Point to the pronunciation, say it and drill. - Pass out the recording script R8.8 pg.154 and have them listen to the conversation.
- Show two sentences on the board with projector. -They listen, You say it , Drill the students. -Hand out recording script R8.9, pg154, they listen, follow, and repeat.
-Tell students that they should imagine that they have a day off on Friday and want to do something together. -Pass out handout with Ex.7(a). , tell Ss to look at the speech bubbles, Drill the conversation with the class. -Put the Ss into pairs, student A and student B. Point out that student A speaks first in question 1 and student B speaks first in question 2. -Modal an example for them. -Explain that they take turn to make three suggestions of their own and students can respond in any way they wish. -Ask Ss to role play the conversations for the class.
-Ss choose where they want to go . They should not tell the class which place they have chosen at this stage. -ss read the article about the place they have chosen., and find three reasons why they want to go there. -Ss work in groups. -Focus Ss on the phrases in the box.tell the Ss that they should decide on these things during the conversation. -Tell the Ss to look at the bubbles to remind them how we ask for suggestions with "shall we" and make suggestions with "Let's". -Students work in groups and plan a day together, monitor Ss. -Each group tells the class where they want to go. Encourage Ss to use "We'd like to.... when reporting what they have decided. - Find out which place is more popular.