To provide fluency speaking practice in a debate in the context of education and what makes a good teacher
To provide deduction listening practice using a text about education in the context of what makes a good teacher
Procedure (32-45 minutes)
T shows a picture of teachers in different context and ask what this profession is. Then T asks: Would you like to be a teacher? T gives students 3 questions to discuss in pairs: Would you like to be a teacher? Why? What makes a good teacher? Why? Which quality is the most important for a teacher, being strict, creative or motivating? Why? T coducts OCFB
T gives students a Jamboard link where they will find an activity with some useful vocabulary. Ss will listen to an audio while they do the activity to organize the vocabulary. Peer check. T provides clarification on pronunciation and intonation.
T sets an activity. Ss individually decide on the 5 most important qualities of a teacher and put them in order from the most important to the least important. Then Ss compare in pairs and decide on a new list where they both agree on the 5 most important qualities for a teacher. T conducts OCFB
T conducts feedback on good use of the language and corrects some mistakes.