Weekend Activities Lesson
To introduce and provide practice of speaking for fluency in the context of weekend activities.
They will have also practised their speaking for fluency in a discussion on the topic of weekend activities.
Procedure (46-46 minutes)
• Teacher welcomes learners. • Teacher ask students “What do you like to do on the weekend?” • Teacher write an example. Instructions: In one minute, ask your partner, what do you like to do on the weekend? • Teacher conducts OFCB.
Instructions: Look at the phrases, then fill in the gaps in pairs with the words/phrase (Activity 2). • Teacher shows the task. • Teacher explain an example. • Teacher give the link to the activity and create a breakout room. • Students check answer in pairs (breakout rooms) • Teacher conducts OFCB.
With your partner or group, write the verbs in past simple tense. (Activity 3) • Teacher shows the task. • Teacher explain an example. • Teacher give the link to the activity and create a breakout room. • Students check answer in pairs (breakout rooms) • Teacher conducts OFCB.
Instructions: Work in pairs and ask, “What did you do last weekend?” • Teacher explain what students have to do. • Students work in pairs/group via breakout rooms. • T conducts OCFB Instruction 2: With your teams try to think of as many other word/phrases and write sentences. (With the verbs in Activity 2). Discuss with him/her.
- T writes on the screen samples of learners’ production and identify the correct and incorrect sentences and correct the latter ones. - Student uses ZOOM’s tool (stamp) to verify if its correct.