TP34 LP_Marjan Akrami
Upper Intermediate level
To provide practice and clarification of verb-noun collocations in the context of great achievements
To provide fluency speaking practice in a verb-noun collocations in the context of great achievements
Procedure (30-40 minutes)
I will ask my Ss to reflect on 3 questions to think about and answer as a class. 1) Name someone who has done something great. 2) What did they do? 3) What difference did that make in their life or in other people's lives?
T shares a slide with Dialog on it. Ss answer 2 questions in the chatbox about the dialog: 1) How many people are talking and what are their names? 2)What is the main topic of their conversation? Upon completion Ss are assigned a partner and instructed to share answers in breakout rooms. T requests answers from one S of each pair. OCFB is given.
Ss are instructed to click on the title of the slide with the dialog which will open a google form with 6 multiple choice questions about the vocab in the dialog: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/11sPeKFB4q2TOYh2z-MpF0fuwQlAnunPCvA-xTbahBdg/edit Ss are to complete the google form individually. T asks CCQ: What are we doing? (the task in the link on the title of slide) Is it individual or in groups? (individual) How much time do you have? (2-3 minutes) Do we need submit? (No) Ss compare answers in groups.
OCFB on google form task. T explains answers and clarifies meaning of any words Ss don't understand. T presents slides with clarification on M(A)FP of TL. (Make, raise, win, fortune, award) T asks CCQ within the content of the slides. OCFB TL Analysis: Win: present, past, future, pronunciation: She wins an emmy award every year. She won an emmy award every year. She will win an emmy award every year. Pronunciation: wɪn/ən/əˈwɔːrd = winan award Raise: present, past, future, pronunciation: He rasies money every year. He raised money last year. He will raise money next year. Pronunciation: reɪz/ˈmʌn.i = raise money Make: present, past, future, pronunciation: He makes a fortune every year. She made a fortune last year. They will make a fortune next year. Pronunciation: meɪk/ə/ˈfɔːr.tʃuːn = make uh fortune
Ss assigned quiz on Nearpod in which they must choose the correct verb that completes the sentence with verb-noun collocation. T asks CCQ: What are we doing? (the task in the link on the title of slide) Is it individual or in groups? (individual) How much time do you have? (3-5 minutes) Do we need submit? (No) Ss compare answers with groups in break out rooms, then submit. OCFB with correct answers
Ss answer two question on collaborative board on Nearpod: Use the verb + noun sentence structure: What is something that you have accomplished in the past? What is something that you would like to accomplish in the future?