Kumi Matsuzaki Kumi Matsuzaki

CELTA TP5 Speaking


Abc Gammidge, Mick, Speaking Extra, Cambridge University Press, 2004

Main Aims

  • To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of business proposition in the town

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide practice of language used for making suggestions and persuasion, agreeing and disagreeing in the context of placing a new business


Warmer/Lead-in (5-5 minutes) • To contextualize the lesson and

1. Ask what is important for opening and running business successfully. 2. Share the Jamboard and ask them to post some ideas with names. 3. Ask questions what does it mean and why do they think. <Script> Hi everyone, it's nice to meet you! Today we will talk about a business proposition. Does anybody run your own business? or do you work in the office? (If there is anyone who runs a business, ask question, what is important to run a business?") What do you think is important to open and run a business successfully? Advertisement, location, partners, personality, enough resource, academic background. I will share the Jamboard access, please post your idea on it. Don't forget to write your name, too! Why do you think so?

Content preparation (6-6 minutes) • To provide a model of production expected in coming tasks.

1.Let Ss read the anecdote and do some comprehension questions. Q: What business did the man start? Q: Why was his business successful? 2. Discuss the answer in groups. 3. OCFB <Anecdote> There is a story by Somerset Maugham about a young man. He visits a small town and wants to by some cigarettes. He walks nearly a mile (about 1.5 km) before he finds a shop, so he goes back to the place where he started from and says, "I'll open a tobacconist here." He does and it is a great success. For the next 20 years, the man walked the street of England looking for cigarettes. When he had to walk too far, he opened another shop. He was a millionaire by the time he was 35. <script> T: here is a short story by English novelist, Somerset Maugham. The story is about a young man. Read the text and write the answers of these questions.

Useful Language preparation (9-9 minutes) • To highlight and clarify useful language for coming productive tasks

1. introduce useful expression on making suggestions for a business proposition. -How about opening a business here? (haʊ əˈbaʊt ˈoʊpənɪŋ ə ˈbɪznəs hir) -How about an internet cafe? - Why don't we open a business here? waɪ doʊnt wi ˈoʊpənɪŋ ə ˈbɪznəs hir? - It might be a good idea to open a business here because... ɪt maɪt bi ə gʊd aɪˈdiə tʊ ˈoʊpən ə ˈbɪznəs hir bɪˈkɔz 2. Explain MFPA M: making suggestions F: How about + -ing/ noun = Why don't we +base verb +complement =It might be a good idea to-infinitive + complement +because P: First, T reads the sentences. Ask stress points and intonation. Make sure *How about...? Why don't we...? intonation does not go up at the end. Connected speech -> How about Drill practice. A: "How about...?" and "Why don't we ...?" CCQs: Is the speaker included? Which sounds more polite? A: Why don't we-> speaker is always included and suggest doing something together. How about -> Speaker can be included or not, depending on the situation. politer. <Script> T: Let's have a look at some useful languages. CCQs. These all have the same functions. What do you think?( if Ss can't answer, give some choices). The form? Where stress comes? and intonation is going up or down? Where is the connected speech? These are the same meaning but there is one difference. At the restaurant, if you are a waiter, you can say "How about coffee?" to the customer but can you say "Why don't we coffee?". but if you are with your friend at a cafe, you can suggest your friend "How about coffee?" and "Why don't we coffee?" Speakers always do things together when you say "why....?" but it depends on the situation in the case of "how about". Which is more polite? Which you can use for customers? "How about" is more polite.

Productive Task(s) Speaking ✖2 (20-20 minutes) • To provide an opportunity to practice target productive skill, focusing on fluency

Now you will think of your own business plan. Situation: you want to open your business in your town. describe your neighborhood to your partner, what you have, and what kind of people live there, and what business or facilities would be successful and improve your neighborhood. Discuss the idea in your group. Decide the business or facility to open and name it. Procedure: 1. Showing model 2. Group or pair work in the breakout room. 3. Decide one person in the group who starts business in their neighborhood. 4. Making suggestions and discussion on what business should be best. 5. Decide the name of the business. During the discussion, monitor the breakout room and collect the materials for the Feedback 6. OCFB: ask one or two students about their business plan. 7. Change the partner and discuss it again. 8. OCFB <Script> Now it's your turn to think of a new business. In my neighborhood, there is a subway station, school, university, glossary store, 24 hours open convenience store, bars, and restaurant. There is also a sports facility you can play basketball, volleyball, and gym and swim there. There is a library but there is no bookstore, stationery shop, and bakery or fast-food stores, such as Macdonalds, There is a big street which runs through the city. XX, can you tell me what you have in your neighborhood? How about ...? Are there ...? Please tell us about your business plan.

Feedback and Error Correction(Content and Language) (5-5 minutes) • To provide feedback on students' production and use of language, inform Ss how they did both content and language.

Write the good examples and errors on the board.

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