TP7 LP Elisa Adriana Ortiz Hernandez
To introduce and practice relative clauses.
To provide practice of relative clauses in describing places, people, and things
Procedure (43-44 minutes)
Teacher shares a link on Google Jamboard where working alone Ss. will look at three photos and describe what they have in common and what they represent. T. Conducts brief class feedback after the Ss. have written their answers based on what students said.
T. let Ss. know that they will be working in a grammar lesson about relative clauses. Ss. read a short text with the usage of the target language. (1 minute) Ss. discuss what is the short text indicating.
T. shares a link on Google Jamboard where students individually will have to read and answer a gist task. Ss. will check their answers in pairs in Breakout Rooms. T. checks answers with the whole group nominating Ss.and asking the reasons of their answers OCFB
T. shares a Google Slides Presentation to elicit MFPA. While T. explains, she asks questions and gives examples. Ss. answer questions and provide examples at each point of the explanation.
T. explains to SS. they will have 4 minutes to read and answer the exercises on Google Forms. T. shares a link on Zoom’s Chat, to a Google Form in which Ss. will read sentences and write relative pronouns in case that they be needed. After Ss. answer the exercise in forms, they will check their answers in pairs. (Via Breakout Rooms) Ss. will share their answers with the whole class. T. asks why they give their particular answers, and T. will ask the reason of their answers.
T.. shares a link on Zoom’s Chat, to a Google Slides Presentation where Ss. will think in a person, place, or thing, describe it to their team members using relative contractions. They have to guess the person, place, or thing. Ex. Is the building where the president of the USA live in. It’s a man who was the first president of the USA. It’s a fruit that is oval and we have to peel it before we eat it.
Using Zoom Board teacher will write down mistakes heard during the freer practice, and asks Ss to correct them. T. corrects the mistakes with the Ss.