TP4 LP_Jin Won
To provide clarification, review and practice of look after, look for, look like, looking forward in the context of traveling
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation
Procedure (38-45 minutes)
I will give Ss a description of a famous person so that they tell me who the person is.
Ss will read a conversation with the TL and do a gist task. Ss read and answer individually on Google Sites. They compare answers in pairs in breakout rooms, then OCFB.
I will ask Ss to underline all examples of the TL in the text on Google Slides
I will ask Ss to read the following sentences and answer the questions that follow them: MEANING 1. He is going to look after her dog. CCQ: Does somebody need to take care of the dog? Yes / Is he going to be responsible for the dog? Yes / Can you look after a person? Yes 2. I’m going to look for my future husband. CCQ: Do I know where my husband is? No / Do I want to find my husband? Yes 3. My husband looks like a famous singer. CCQ: Does my husband have an apperance that is different to the famous singer? No / Does my husband have an apperance that is similar to the famous singer? Yes 4. I am looking forward to my trip. CCQ: Am I talking about something I am going to do in the future? Yes / Am I happy and excited about the trip? Yes FORM I will elicit the form from students. PRONUNCIATION Look out: I will ask students if there is linking. Look, looking: I will pronounce the correct form and some incorrect forms. Students will tell me about the differences among the forms and guess which is the correct one. I will ask my students to drill.
Ss will answer questions on Google Forms. Ss will do this individually and then check in pairs in breakout rooms. OCFB
I will ask Ss to answer the following questions: Who do you think is really good-looking? How often do you look up words in a dictionary? What are you looking forward to? Do you look more like your father or mother? Do you often spend a lot of time looking for something? DEC