Collocations with look
To provide clarification and practice of collocations with look in the context of planning a holiday
To provide speaking practice in asking and answering questions.
To provide gist reading practice using a text about two people planning a holiday.
Procedure (32-45 minutes)
Teacher shows students a Google Jamboard with the question "What are you looking forward to in 2021?". Teacher demonstrates by answering the question herself, then elicits answers from students and writes them on the Jamboard.
Teacher shares screen showing a conversation between two people and gives Ss 1 minute to read it silently to get a general idea of what it is about. She then asks 'What are Ann and John talking about / planning? Ss share their answer in the chatbox.
Teacher shows sentences extracted from the conversation that use the target language. Meaning: Teacher uses CCQs to clarify meaning of the target language. Form: Teacher elicits form from the students and uses FCQs and examples to confirm. Pronunciation: Teacher pronounces the target language and elicits number of syllables / stress / changes in pronunciation from students. Practice is given through drilling.
Teacher shares the link to a Google Form with a tick-box exercise and four gap-fill questions. Students are given 4 minutes to complete the exercises individually, then T assigns them to breakout rooms in pairs to check their answers. OCFB with teacher eliciting answers from pairs.
Teacher gives the students pre-determined questions to ask each other in pairs, then assigns them to breakout rooms. Students practise the target language by asking and responding to the questions. Teacher monitors the breakout rooms, listening for errors.
Teacher uses the Zoom Whiteboard to write down errors overheard during the previous exercise. Teacher elicits corrections from students.