For students to learn lexis generally used in the verb + gerund construction and to have the opportunity of practicing it in the context of likes and dislikes
For students to develop their speaking skills in the context of debating what they like or dislike
Procedure (41-41 minutes)
T. Asks students how they are, trying to ask follow-up questions from any events in their life that he remembers.
1. T asks students (and shows in Google Slides) the following questions: "What activity do you like?" "What activity do you dislike?" If there are three or two students, they can discuss in the main session. If there are four or more, then T assigns pairs and they have to discuss via private messages. 2. T elicits from students what their partners comented.
1. T. shares screen with Google Forms in it. There he explains this is individual work, there are two minutes, Ss must read three possible summaries and choose the correct one, and they must read quickly. 2. T. asks ICQs "How long do you have?"(2 min) "Do you have to understand every detail?" (no) 3. Ss read and answer.
1. T instructs students to check in pairs via private messages. They have one minute 2. Ss. check in pairs.
1. T asks students if they agreed with their partners in Peer check. 2. If there are discrepancies, T asks S to argue. 3. If everyone agrees, T briefly asks "why not answer 2: Mary and Francis share what they will do next week?"
1. T shares screen and shows students google forms. 2. T. instructs students to work in pairs, in breakout rooms. They have 4 minutes 3. Ss work
1. T. reviews the questions from the Clarification stage by eliciting the answers from the students. For every answer, T asks CCQs. If clarification is needed, T. attempts to provide it through examples and elicitation. 2. T. goes over pronunciation, covering word stress and linked words (where necessary).
1. T instructs Ss to work individually in the Google Forms 2. Ss answer Google Forms individually 3. T monitors
1. T. instructs Ss to check their answers via private messages (if there are four or more) or in the main session (if there are three or two). Students have two minutes. 2. T monitors
1. T elicits answers from students. 2. If there are discrepancies or if the answers are incorrect, T asks CCQs and tries to elicit the correct answer.
1. T instructs students to work in pairs and find out 3 activities they both like/love doing and 3 they both hate/not feel like doing. 2. Ss have three minutes for this as T. monitors (breakout rooms) 3. T. pulls students out of breakout rooms and now the different teams (two or three at most) have to find out if they have activities in common for the likes or dislikes
1. T asks Ss if they had activities that one of them liked and the other didn't. 2. T asks Ss, out of all mentioned activities, which is their favourite, and which they hate the most.
1. T shows students mistakes they made throughout their free practice activity. 2. T. tries to elicit from the students what the mistakes are and why. 3. If students cannot recognize mistakes, T shows additional sentences for students to compare.