Huda Ali Huda Ali

B2 level


In this lesson,students will learn how to write an invitation letter in a right way.The lesson starts with showing the students some pictures and asking them some questions as a warm up.Then,I will provide the students with a model of an invitation letter.Finally,students are going to move to the critical thinking part in which they are prepared to write the target letter at the end of the session, followed by peer feedback based on online chicklist.


Abc Feedback-online checklist
Abc Lead-in
Abc Language Clarification
Abc Exposure
Abc Text analysis
Abc Productive task

Main Aims

  • To produce and provide practice of writing a short email (45-50 words) inviting friends (in another country) to visit you.

Subsidiary Aims

  • Persuade learners to visit Saudi Arabia.
  • Vocabulary&Grammar.


Warmer/Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

T will show Ss some pictures of her country (KSA) and ask them where are you from? Would you like to travel /visit another country? 2.Do you want to learn about different cultures ?Why? Would you like to visit Saudi Arabia and see Makkah?

Exposure (7-8 minutes) • To provide a model of production expected in coming tasks through reading.

T will show a sample of an invitation email telling Ss that it is an email I will send it to you or to Alaa another teacher who lives in Jordan inviting her to visit Saudi Arabia because Jordan is close to Saudi Arabi (in the north boarders ).T will ask learners to read the email and identify the different sections (parts )of the email .Have Ss label parts of text to make aware of layout and content. T will clarify useful language and Ss will identify if language is formal or informal. Using this instructions: Read the following email and then1. decide if the language of the text is formal or informal. 2.What does the writer want the reader to do?

Useful Language (8-10 minutes) • To highlight and clarify useful language for coming productive tasks

T will clarify useful language and Ss will identify if language is formal or informal.T will cover MFPA of some language items using G-Forms.Using these instructions for this task: Choose the correct option.Then will provide OFB of the task: 1..Which of these three letter salutations is informal? b.Hi Oliver, 2.To give good news ,you can use-------------. C.I am delighted to invite you to visit KSA. 3.Choose the correct form.B.I am looking forward to hearing from you soon. 4.If you don't know the name of the person who is a man, you can use---------------.B.Dear Sir, 5.''I hope you agree to my suggestion.'' is a/an-------- tone. C.neutral 6.(BW or Best Wishes, abbreviations are okay in--------------- writing to end your letter/ email. B.informal 7.Driving in the desert and seeing camels are common _________ in Saudi Arabia. B.customs 8.The correct pronunciation of '' Cheers'' is------ a.ʧɪəz

Productive Task(s) (15-12 minutes) • To provide an opportunity to practice target productive skills

T will tell Ss about Sara a student in Qatar asking them to invite her to visit Mexico in a short email (of 45-50 words).Providing them with words and phrases to help them. Using these instructions: Sara is a student from Qatar .Her interest is to travel and practice her English in another country.Write a short email about (45-50 words)inviting her to come to Mexico and study there. These words and phrases may help you: August 13th, food, weather, famous places,restaurants,grateful,amazing,Cheers,Ali,glad,schools #Task instructions:Write an invitation letter. About (45-50 words)- Checklist in BORs

Feedback and Error Correction (8-10 minutes) • To provide feedback on students' production and use of language

T will provide Ss with an online checklist so that they can read a peer's email sending them to breakout rooms and they can give each other feedback after using the checklist. T will provide Ss with common mistakes and elements that Ss need to include in their email . OCFB will be done.

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