To review, provide clarification and practice of the meaning, form and pronunciation of frequency adverbs in the context of friends.
To provide fluency speaking practice by using the correct adverbs of frequency with discussion in the context of friends.
Procedure (31-46 minutes)
Play the song "Sometimes" by Britney Spears before the lesson. Ask Ss whether they know the name of the song and ask them what "sometimes" means if yes. If they don't know about the song, T can elicit the TL by showing them pictures, ask Ss to take a guess and make a sentence with the pictures.
T present the idea and TL to the class with the days of the week chart and frequency line. CCQs with the percentages on frequency line by asking how many percentages will it be if they do it every day? AK: 100%. Send the link of matching line activity to Ss and ask them to work in pairs to discuss and place the correct adverbs of frequency on the line. Discuss the answer, drill the TL and show the form of TL on the screen. CCQs: The adverb goes before or after the verb 'be'? After.
Send the link of "Unjumble" task to the group chat, ask Ss to work in pairs and put the words in the correct order. Double-check whether Ss have received the link for "Unjumble" and ICQs before sending them to the BORs. Monitor and provide help when necessary. Discuss the answers in the main room and provide feedback.
In this stage, Ss will be working in pairs and share their opinions with their partner on which statement do they agree on HO1. T reminds Ss to back up their opinions with TL. Monitor with distance and provide feedback after the task.