How to write an email
To provide process and product writing practice of an email
To enhance their writing skill . In addition to focusing on the grammar rules and the punctuation.
Procedure (45-55 minutes)
Warm up: 1- T. tells the Ss about his/her daily routine. 2- T. shows the Ss a picture of someone's daily routine, then T asks every student to talk about his/ her daily routine. Lead in: 1-T. shows the learners a picture of a man sending an email. 2- T. asks the learners to guess the topic of the day and elicits the answers.
1- T. provides the learners with a model of an email. 2- T. elicits from the learners weather it's a formal or an informal email. 3- T. elicits the elements of an email. 4- T. shows the Ss a diagram of the elements of an email on a body of a cartoon boy. 5- In order to check their understanding, T shows them the same diagram but covers the words of the elements , then asks them about the elements and elicits the answers.
1- T provides the Ss with a rubric to check each others work.
1- T. tells the Ss that now they are going to write their own email and that they have 15 minutes to write it. 2- T. checks understanding by asking the following the following ICQs: - Are you going to write a letter or an email? - Is it formal or informal? - How many points you are going to write about ? - How much time do you have?
1-T. divides the Ss into pairs. 2-T explains to then Ss that after they finish their emails , each student will send it to his/her partner to check it. 3- T. checks understanding through the following ICQ: (Are you going to check your emails or your partner's?