May May

Are You Jealous unit 9A
Elementary level


In this lesson, the students will practice listening and speaking. they will start by learning new vocabulary words such as adverbs of frequency and adjectives to describe people's character. Then they will have a series of listening tasks followed by a speaking activity (someone who).


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Main Aims

  • Ls will have developed their skills of listening for gist and specific information in the context of people who are jealous.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To develop SS speaking skill by playing a guess who game through the context of people who are jealous.


Warmer/Lead-in (2-3 minutes) • To set lessoTo generate interest in the topic and to personalise it by relating it to SS. To activate the SS schemata.n context and engage students

T. asks students to think of as many words as possible that are used to describe someone's personality. T. provides a model: He is kind, helpful, etc... T. elicits answers and provides feedback.

Highlighting (5-7 minutes) • To Pre-teach needed vocabulary

1. Teacher will provide pictures that reflect different character traits. 2. Student's will be asked to match the word with the picture. 3. Students will check answers together. 4. Teacher will provide feedback. 5. Teacher will elicit the adverbs of frequency from the students using a bar graph. 6. Teacher will elicit vocab words ( reply, holiday brochure- pick up) using pictures. 7. T. will use CCQs to check if the students know the meaning or not.

Listening for gist (4-6 minutes) • To listen for gist in the context of jelousy.

Students listen to audio and answer exercise B. T. provides the students with the script. Students check their answers. T. elicits answers from students and provides feedback.

Listening (5-7 minutes) • To listen for specific details in the context jealousy.

Students listen to the audio and answer the question: who phones. Students check answers T. provides feedback. Students listen to the track again and complete the sentences with Charlotte, Rob or Jessica. T. elicits ansers and provides feedback

Controlled Practice (speaking) (4-5 minutes) • To concept check and prepare students for more meaningful practice

Students in groups play a game: find someone who, they practice asking each other questions and replying. T. elicits from the students T. provides feedback

Free Practice (5-8 minutes) • To provide students with free practice of the target language (Speaking) if time allows

In pairs, students discuss in groups and they should know the following about each other: 1. 5 places they have been to. 2. 3 places they wish to go to

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