Lesson 3.3 March 13th
To provide review of present tense, like, dislike word order in the context of talking about clothing and likes and dislikes
To provide fluency speaking practice in a presentation in the context of shopping list decisions
Procedure (52-55 minutes)
The teacher welcomes students to the topic of the hour: grammar practice. The teacher directs students to net languages and elicits with a student how to do the activity with the presentation: Debate with a classmate if you agree or disagree with the following sentences: Most politicians like their clothes to look unusual. Teenagers today prefer their clothes to look different to their parents' clothes. Many middle-aged people today want their clothes to be comfortable. Youngsters hate their sweatshirts to have trendy logos. Toddlers love their clothes to be trendy. The students are sent to breakout rooms, and the teacher monitors. After time runs out, the teacher provides OCFB.
The teacher has students enter the net languages platform and answer exercises 1-8 of the grammar section in groups on breakout rooms. When students finish, the teacher must check answers in generality, so as to solve questions.
The teacher introduces the following context (by eliciting and exemplifying with students): Contest: The best shopping list. Enter to amazon or Mercado libre, and create a clothes shopping list in groups. You must use the unit’s grammar to justify your decisions, in front of the class While the students work, the teacher monitors. Then, students present, and the teacher gives feedback