LP TP6 Functions Holidays Lilian Paulina Vergara Ortiz
To practice and revise functional language to talk about holidays.
Learners will have also discovered the MAFP of useful language items. Learners will have also practised their reading for gist skills as well as their listening skills by listening to their peers.
Procedure (37-43 minutes)
T shares slides about dream holidays T- teacher displays slides with a question and options to choose according to learners preferences (This or That?): beach or city? exciting or quiet? short trip or long travel? Learners share their ideas in the main room. T conducts OCFB and writes learners’ ideas on the board.
T shares slides with some pictures of the Kings and their holiday options. T gives link to Google Forms: My dream holiday with an adapted extract from the conversation of the coursebook. Instructions: Focus on Section 1. Meet Fiona and Andy King. They are talking to the Travel Agent about their holidays. Read their conversation quickly and answer the question by choosing option A or B. You only have 2 minutes. ICQs: Are we reading for much detail or just the main idea? (Main idea) Learners read and answer individually. Check answers in pairs T conducts OCFB
T directs SS to section 2 on Google Forms: My dream Holiday. Instructions I: Now, focus on Section 2. Work in pairs. Read the conversation again and tick the correct column according to the use these phrases have. Do they help us to ask about holidays or talk about what you'd like? You have 2 minutes. ICQs: ‘X’ How much time do you have for this activity? (2 minutes) ‘Y’ How will you answer the questions? (by ticking the correct option) Learners read and answer in pairs. T conducts OCFB to focus on Meaning and Approriacy T shares slides to revise Meaning and Appropriacy CCQs (Meaning): 1. Are we asking about holidays or talking about what I’d like? (Talking about what I’d like) Do I want it now or in the future? (In the future) 2. Are we asking about holidays or talking about what I’d like? (Asking about holidays) Is it a present or a future intention? (Future intention) 3. Are we asking about holidays or talking about what I’d like? (Talking about what I’d like) Are we talking about last week or a week in the future? 4. Are we asking about holidays or talking about what I’d like? (Asking about holidays) Are we talking about distance or duration? (Duration) CCQ (Appropriacy) When can we say these expressions? In serious, informal or varied contexts? (Varied contexts) So the style is formal, informal or neutral? (neutral) T directs SS to section 3 on Google Forms: My dream Holiday. Instructions II: Now, focus on Section 3. Work in pairs again. Choose the word or phrase that completes the patterns in 1-4. Check your answers in the conversation. You have 2 minutes again. ICQs: ‘Z’ How will you answer the activity? (by choosing the word /phrase that completes the pattern) T conducts OCFB by displaying a slide with the answers T conducts OCFB and for each item he covers PF by eliciting other possible uses from the learners' observations and background knowledge. Form: 1.Where+ would+ subject+ like to + inf? The question word ‘where’ can be replaced with ‘When’ to refer to time as well using the same pattern. 2.Subject+ would + like+ to+ inf+ Rest of the sentence (because+ clause). Subject+’d+ like+ to+ inf + Rest of the sentence (because+clause). (In this context: Subject + ‘d + like+ to+ go (somewhere) or to+ specific place.) 3.How long+ are/is/am+ subject+ planning+ to+ inf? 4.(Just) (A week) (In this context: The indefinite article (A) can be replaced by a number followed by the plural noun ‘weeks’. At the same time, this phrase can be replaced with other measures of time i.e. day/month/year) CCQ: Focus on "Would like", ing or 'To-infinitive'? (to-infinitive) Pronunciation (Model pronunciation and elicit coral and individual repetition from Ss.): 1. /weə wʊd juː laɪk tuː___gəʊ/ (Falling intonation) 2. /aɪd laɪk tuː__gəʊ ˈsʌmweər ɪgˈzɒtɪk bɪˈkɒz aɪ laɪk ɪkˈsaɪtɪŋ θɪŋz/ 3./haʊ lɒŋ ɑː juː ˈplænɪŋ tu:___gəʊ əˈweɪ fɔː/ (Falling intonation) 4. /ʤʌst ə__wiːk/
T directs SS to section 4 on Google Forms: My dream holiday Instructions I: Now, focus on Section 4. Work individually. Read the conversation. Match (1-4) with (A-F) to complete the conversation. There are two extra phrases you do not need to use. ICQs: How will you answer the questions? (by matching 1-4 with A-F) Do you have to use all the options (No, there are extra options.) Can you use option G? (No, because it was the example) You have 3 minutes. Learners read and answer individually. Check answers in pairs. (2 minutes) T conducts OCFB by displaying the answers.
Instructions: Work with your partners. One of you will be the travel agent and the other(s) will be the customer(s) that want(s) to plan their holiday. You can use the conversations as models. Use the picture below to create your conversation. Travel Agent: Ask questions to know more about the holiday to offer options. Customer: Tell the travel Agent what you would like based on the options. Then, switch roles and create another conversation. T shares link to jamboard to scaffold extra possible questions to ask or information to give Learners work in pairs. T demos the task with two volunteering learners by reading one of the conversations and changes the information. Learners work in pairs and discuss.
T conducts OCFB following up on the productive stage. T writes on the screen samples of learners’ production. T conducts OCFB to identify the correct and incorrect sentences and correct the latter ones.