TP6 LP_Jaqueline Moreno
To introduce and provide practice of functional language for asking and giving directions
Build language awarenes on the learners by providing real phrases used in a daily English environment in context.
Procedure (45-55 minutes)
1.- T greets Ss 2.- T displays google slides and shares screen along with the audio to play a video, T introduces the characters to students. 3.- T provides 3 questions for students to discuss in breakout rooms for 3 minutes: - Do you think what Joey did was a good idea? - What would you do instead? - Think of 2 questions you would ask if you were lost (3min)
4.- T shows some expressions then asks students if they are somehow familiar with any of them. 5.- T tells students to try to find the previous sentences while they listen to the audio on the next slide. It will be played just once so they get just a general idea of what the audio is about. 6.- T sends a google forms link for students to answer the following questions about the audio: 1.- Where did the boy want to get to? A)The school B)The carnival C)The mall 2.- Did the boy take the bus? No 3.- What was the woman looking for? A)The plaza hotel B)The great hotel C)The grand hotel 4.- Where did the man want to get to? A)The grand motel B)The theater C) The carnival 5.- Where is the grand motel? A)Past the post office B)Past the restaurant C)Past the city hall Then Ss compare their answers in breakout rooms (1 min) Intensive task 7.- Ss will listen again to the audio by themselves, the T will send the link of the video through the chatbox so students have access to it. Then they will answer to a matching activity using the expressions delivered in the differet situations in which they are being used, T will share the link of the slides so Ss can answer individually. T will assign them their own slide. E.g Ana, you will work on slide A, Luis you on slide B 8.- Once they are done,T will nominate to answer orally the items.
9.- Here the T will explain what each expression means, how it is pronounced, it's form/structure and when or how is appropriate to be used. Also, T will make reference to Page 136, T will explain to students that some expressions there work to ask or give directions and also will ask students how would they respond to a positive or negative answer. E.g "Oh, okay" / "Right, thank you" and "Sorry, can you repeat it?" 10.- Later on, T asks CCQ's to consolidate student's understanding: - Is this a way to give directions or to ASK for directions? - Does this mean to change directions or to follow just one? - Is this question about distance or about the place?
11.- T splits the group in two and assigns one conversation per team. Ss have to underline the correct alternative to complete the conversations. 12.- T then checks answers with Ss by nominating them.
13.- Ss will do a roleplay using vocabulary and language covered in class. T will pair them up then assign their roles (Ss A and Ss B) then they will take 5 minutes each to act like their characters. 14.- T will monitor their work and take notes for further comments and correction.