TP6 Functional language
To provide practice of language used for in a inviting and refusing and make sure they use the correct patterns, and distinguish the difference between these patterns , Formal , neutral , informal.
To provide accuracy speaking practice Helping the students to role play a conversation and make a new conversation with the correct patterns. in the context of invitations.
Procedure (47-60 minutes)
T- Asks If they ate breakfast this morning, then say I am hungry now, and ask are you hungry? what are you going to do after class? What about eating out? T - Shows the sentence on the board on: Inviting and then ask them whether they like going to the part and tell the students that this month we will have a birthday party and invite them ( write the sentence on the board: invitation) Then clarify that invitation is something that you have a plan and you ask the other to join you if they like. and refusing is something that you can't do .
T -asks the students read it quickly and find the invitations and Refusing . Do one example for them. - T. Asks the students to match the excrescencies with inviting and refusing T Shows conversation in formal and formal way. Ss decide which is formal or informal
Ss to match the correct form of the sentence Ss to check their answers in pairs. T- Put the answers on the Board . Ss to check their answers. - Ss to repeat after you and talk about abbreviation form of would ('d ) - T. - Give them the correct answers. CCQs: Which sentence is informal ? Is Let´s used in formal or informal? CCQs: Which phrase is formal? CCQ: Is would used in formal or informal context?
Ss get 8 minutes to work in pairs in breakout rooms activity. They'll see formal and informal conversations ad they have to practice. T Monitoring T cover MFAP
T Shows Students ' errors T covers MFP T writes on the screen samples of learners’ production and corrects for learners to identify the correct and incorrect sentences and correct the latter ones