To provide fluency speaking practice in a survival situation
To provide scan reading practice using a text about survival
learn how to interact with different situations and events, how to build up a plan.
Procedure (34-45 minutes)
-T greets Ss and elicits from students what they would do if they were in the middle of the forest and lost. -Ss give their different ways that they would handle it or ideas they heard about it.
-T asks Ss to work in groups and come up with a list of ideas about survival and what they expect. -Ss will be given some time in breakout rooms to come up with their list.
-T will show two different texts about people -Ss will read the text silently and solve some verbs choices on the two texts without answering immediately. -T shows follow-up by showing the Ss more information about the two text
-T takes notes about the students interactions, speaking and how they are solving the questions. -T elicit to Ss how to use the correct words and structures.
-T ask the Ss to give different examples about how people would survive in different situation: If you are stuck in an elevator, if you are in the middle of the desert, if a lion is following you etc. -Ss one by one answer the question by giving different examples and how to deal with it.
-T gives the students more ideas to talk more about survival.