To practice and revise functional language to make an invitation.
To provide speaking fluency in real life situation
Procedure (29-36 minutes)
T will show the jamboard and ask the Ss to think about it who would they invite if they had 2 free tickets to an event. The, in breakout room, they exchange ideas for 3 mins. T nominates 1 or 2 students to share their ideas
T will share the screen and show them the gist task, then, T will give them 2 mins to quickly read the conversations and answer the question below. When they are done, Ss will exchange the answer in the chat box. T will nominate 1 or 2 students to answer, if someone made a mistake will discuss why they think their answer is correct.
T will start with slide 1 : Where do you see an invitation in the text ? we will go through the text and highlight them all. Slide 2 will confirm that we understood where do we have invitations, and that they do not need to be a questions always. T will ask them to rate the statement from least to most formal, in pairs for about a minute , then the next slide will confirm the choice. Slide 6: we will talk about how we form them, students will work on that together, slide 7 will confirm what we discussed. Slide 8 T will go over with students
T will ask the students to role play inviting each other to different occasions: Slide 1.they will pretend they are friends (5 mins) Slide 2. they will pretend they are inviting a coworker (5min) Slide 3. they will pretend that they are inviting their boss(5 mins) T monitors and provides help if needed At the end we conduct a quick FB and some DEC