Right and Wrong. Reading and Listening
Upper Intermediate B2. level
To give students practice in reading and listening for detail and specific information in the context of the word "right" with multiple-meanings.
to introduce the multiple-meaning of the word "right" and to practice speaking for fluency by checking the answers of the quiz.
Procedure (37-48 minutes)
Students will look at three different pictures and in pairs will write a sentence for each picture by using the word " right". One picture is with a guy with his thumb up suggesting that " the answer is right or you are right". Second picture is a road sign with an arrow suggesting to "turn right". Third picture is of a guy and someone else who has covered his mouth with their hand suggesting " you are not allowed to talk" so the person has not got the right to talk. The idea freedom of speech. Whole class feedback where students discuss about the sentences they have written.
For ex 1, students tick the sentences in which right means correct. WC feedback. For ex 2, students match the sentences to the correct meaning of the word "right". FB- Students link the sentences with the correct meaning of the word "right" on the board.
Students listen to two examples of teachers talking. Students match the explanation of the word "right" to what they hear. Students check their answers in pairs. WC Feedback.
Students read the Right Answer Quiz and answer the questions individually. They then discuss if they have the same answers as their partner. WC Feedback.
Students listen to the recording and as a whole class discuss if any of the answers surprises them. Students explain the reason why.
Students listen to the recording and answer the questions. Students check their answers in a group of 3 or 4. Students then discuss their answers with the whole class. Students discuss if any of the answers surprises them and they also discuss about the answers of the questions.