TP4_LP Emilio Pinzon
Upper Intermadiate level
To enable students to extend their understanding and use of the present perfect simple and continuous, and their differences and nuances in meaning and use they have for talking about completed actions in the context of everyday life happenings
To provide fluency speaking practice in a short conversation in the context of the meaning differences and nuances of the present perfect simple and the present perfect continuous
Procedure (35-45 minutes)
• T greets SS and shares the following text through the chat box: Choose one of the following topics and tell your partner about it. -A book you have read or have been reading -A TV series/Film sequel you have watched or have been watching -A project you have completed or have been working on (e.g. painting your house, writing a book, etc.) • T gives instructions as follows: - In pairs and in 2 minutes talk about one of the topics in the chatbox. (State pairs: E.G.Theo - Ariana, Maria - Miguel, Charles - Ana, Luis - Shelly) • T send Ss to breakouts (2 minutes auto-close and 15 seconds to wrap-up) • T monitors • T elicits answers from 2 Ss (of different pairs) when back in the main room • T closes stage and heads to the next one.
Presentation through the text. Use Practice 2 on page 59 as the text where Ss will get the TL from. (on Google Forms) 2. Ask Ss to provide a title for the conversation as a Gist task. They listen and answer, (on Google Forms) then compare answers in pairs and OCFB. 3. Design an intensive reading task to get your marker sentences. (on Google Forms)
4. Cover Meaning, Form and Pronunciation of the language. Read page 148 to understand the language better. (on Google Slides or Forms)
5. Use Practice 1 to provide controlled practice of the language. , (on Google Forms) Learners do this individually, then check in pairs (via private messages on the chat box) and OCFB
6. Design your own Freer practice for learners to use the language of your lesson.. (on Google Forms or Break Out Rooms)
Conduct Feedback and DEC.