To provide clarification and practice of language used for giving advice in the context of problems about a friend's dinner plan
To provide clarification about the appropriacy levels of the TL
Procedure (45-48 minutes)
T will expose students to the context of the lesson. T will ask students to imagine the following situation: -Your friend invited them for dinner tonight -Your friend had everything planned out. -Your friend just got a call saying his friend's wife turned vegan -Your friend called you to ask what you think he should do.
T will ask Ss to listen to a set of conversations that use the TL. Ss will listen to the audio. This audio is 2 minutes long. T will ask Ss to discuss a set of questions in breakout rooms. T will give students 2 minutes. T will go over Ss' answers. This will last for 2 minutes
T will use the sentences used in the previous stage to lead into MFPA. T will ask students if they know of other sentences used to ask for advice. T will write down Ss' fitting suggestions.
T will take the key words for the TL and go over Meaning, Form, Pronunciation and Appropriacy of the selected items.
T will give students an activity to fill in the blanks with the correct option (multiple choice). 2 min T will ask students to discuss their answers in breakout rooms. 2 min T will give feedback on the activity. 2 min
T will instruct students to open a wheel with prompts for a role playing activity. Ss must spin the wheel and take 2 prompts. T will tell students they must use the prompts to give sympathetic, unsympathetic and neutral advice. T will give students 4 minutes to create sentences for each prompt. T will ask students to share their sentences in an OCFB. 2 minutes
T will prompt Ss with the following questions: Would you consider yourself to be good at given advice? Who do you talk to when you're in trouble?