Andrew Andrew

TP 6
Upper Intermediate level


In this lesson students will learn about the functional use of specific phrases related to offering things, and accepting or refusing those offers.


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Main Aims

  • To provide fluency speaking practice in a Offering things

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide clarification, review and practice of language used for Making requests


Lead in (5-5 minutes) • To set lesson engage students and generate interest

- T shows Ss a Google Jamboard asking about conditions on accepting offers in a retail setting - T has Ss post their responses using the sticky note function and asks them about their answers

Text Work (5-5 minutes) • To provide a model of the task and provide context for the TL

- T shares a Google Sites page with a short text embedded - T has Ss read through and answer questions at the bottom of the page, then puts them in breakout rooms briefly to check their answers - T brings Ss back to main session and discuss answers and gives feedback

Language Analysis (10-10 minutes) • Review MFP for TL

- T shares a link to a Google Slides document with fill in the blank questions listed. T puts Ss into breakout rooms and has them find the correct words to fit the blank spaces - T brings Ss back to main session and gives feedback - T then shares a link to a Google Slides presentation which outlines the MFP of 2 phrases used to offer help to someone - T asks Ss to give their own examples and asks CCQs throughout the analysis

Controlled Practice (10-10 minutes) • To practice creating unique sentences using TL

- T shares screen to a Google Slides page which outlines a role play task. In the task, Ss are put into breakout rooms where they pretend they are in a certain situation which requires their partner to ask them a specific "Would you like me to ____?" question. Ss are limited on the words they can use to describe the setting and their partner must guess the question. Ss take turns with different scenarios. - T monitors Ss in breakout rooms then brings them back to main session for feedback and general discussion

Freer Practice (8-10 minutes) • To allow students to practice TL freely through the use of open ended questions

- T provides Ss with a set of questions to give their answers to in breakout rooms - After giving Ss enough time to talk amongst themselves, T brings Ss back into main session for feedback and to listen to student opinions

Feedback and DEC (5-5 minutes) • Feedback on the freer practice and delayed error correction

- T provides feedback and administers delayed error correction where appropriate

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