To practice and revise collocations with the word ‘day’
To provide clarification of collocations with the word 'day'
Procedure (33-41 minutes)
- I will ask learners to talk about what they do every day. By sharing my screen they will see the example questions they can ask each other. I will copy them in the chatbox as well. They will get 2 minutes to talk in pairs or small groups in BOR. -Ask ICQ- How long do we discuss there questions? -When they come back to the main room they will share what they learned about their peers.
- I will show them conversation (Google slides) with TL(one day, day off, have a good day, day before yesterday, day after tomorrow, every day, all day, have a good day) and ask them to connect words with correct meaning (jamboard). They complete it individually. They will have 4 minutes for it. - I will put them in BOR and give them 2 minutes to compare their answers with peers. OCFB
- I will show them a diagram (pg. 37 ex.3 for meaning part. I will use whiteboard to draw it. - I will also use whiteboard for stress and pronunciation - For each collocation, I will use the diagram to do CCQs and I will ask questions and give examples to confirm full understanding. -What did you do the day before yesterday? -What do you do on your day off? sleep, rest, relax -When do we say Have a good day? When we go to sleep or when we say hello?say hello -What is the opposite of a good day?bad day -I hope to speak English fluently one day. Is that present or past? Do I know the day I will speak fluently?No -How many hours do you work per day? So, do you work all day? No
-Learners will do a controlled practice (Wordspot) form pg.37 ex.1.They will do this in pairs for 3 minutes in BOR -OCFB *In case there are still some difficulties with understanding the TL I will extend this part of the class for a few minutes to make learners feel confident and able to use the TL correctly in the following practice
-I will show learners questions from ex.4 pg.37 and 140. They will work in pairs and ask each other these questions in BOR for 4 minutes. When they come back they will share what they learned about their peers. -DEC
Problem - Ss may not have MS Word subscription installed Solution - paste pre-teaching into a Google Slide. Problem - Ss might not understand why the answers to gist reading are Moscow and Beijing Solution - ask them to look at the illustrations of cities at the base of the reading. Problem - Ss may have difficulties forming the questions needed to interview each other and interaction in breakout room might be brief Solution - give them time and opportunity in Google Doc to manipulate form and give them a chance to think of their own answers.