Anna Carrera TP5
Upper Intermediate level
Students understand and are able to accurately use functional language to engage conversation about feelings
Students practice fluency in using the target language in conversation about their feelings.
Procedure (35-41 minutes)
T shows a picture of several faces showing feelings. T elicits from students what each face might be feeling. Embarrassed, annoyed, etc. Aim is to get students interested in the topic and also ensure they are familiar with names of feelings.
T tells students that we are focusing on how to express feelings using language. Listen to these people tell us how certain situations make them feel. See if you can recognize the feelings that they mention and the expressions that they use to tell us that feeling. Play recording. (Module 2 Recording 5). T puts on the screen some feelings and some expressions. Ss say which ones they heard.
MFP using two of expressions and feelings from the Content Preparation task. (M) It ________ me when.... I feel __________ when...... embarrass relax frighten stress (F) ed Adjective (Verb + -ed.) Verb + -es or -s (P) Stress is usually on the verb or adjective. (A) Appropriacy is neutral.
In pairs, students have a short conversation using the learned expressions. Round 1: Use the learned expressions to talk about what embarrasses them. Round 2: Use the learned expressions to talk about what annoys them. Round 3: Use the learned expression to talk about what relaxes them. After each round, OCFB to share what they found out about their partner.
OCFB with the group - how did they find the conversations? DEC.