To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of movie preferences.
To introduce relevant vocabulary and provide clarification of phrases of preference in the context of movies and films.
Procedure (35-48 minutes)
1. Teacher intro's lesson and asks student volunteer to read questions. 2. Students think of/write down responses. 3. Teacher puts students into pairs via breakout rooms. 4. Students discuss topic questions.
1. Teacher elicits responses from lead-in activity from students via OCFB. 2. Teacher lists responses under group headings of slide for students. 3. Students record group 3 vocab for next activities. 4. Teacher asks students to identify movie types for poster images on slide 1 using vocab.
1. Teacher will briefly cover prefer vs. preference for students and model language. 2. Teacher will cover 3 phrases + opposites and model for students. 3. Students will create their own examples via chatbox. 4. Teacher will cover adverb phrases and ask learners to identify matching image. 5. Students will choose correct image for each adverb phrase and then create example. 6. Teacher will choral drill adverb phrases and example sentences.
1. Teacher will select student to read content checking questions. 2. Teacher will model number 1 as an example for students. 3. Students will record answers to discuss with partners via breakout rooms. 4. Students will pair with each other to share their responses. 5. In OCFB, students will share answers/examples using useful language.
1. Teacher will introduce speaking activity for students. 2. Teacher will refer to previous slide for useful language if needed. 3. Students will discuss questions 1-3 via breakout rooms. 4. Students will share part of their conversation in OCFB.
1. Teacher will elicit responses from students using the 4 questions. 2. Students will respond via chatbox during OCFB.
1. Teacher will provide 3-5 examples of errors (language, grammar, pronunciation). 2. Students will be asked to identify mistakes and self-correct.