Upper intermediate level
To introduce and provide fluency speaking practice by making and answering questoins in the context of memorable events
To provide and practice useful language for describing and asking about events in the context of memorable events
Procedure (40-50 minutes)
Show the picture of a personal memorable event and elicit the topic by asking the learners what they think about it (what it is, when it was, what I was doing...)
1. After practicing how to use the annotate function, learners will use it to write some types of memorable events in people's lives around the screen. 2. Providing an example first, learnes will have 3 minutes to write down 4-5 questions to interview another learner about a memorable event in their life.
Present the useful language of page 75 (describing the event and asking about the event), analyzing the meaning, form and pronunciation (see "Apendix 1: TLAS")
Learners will have the chance to interview someone else and also to answer the questions previously written about memorable events. Depending on the amount of students, it will be performed in pairs or groups of three, switching to different groups after 6 minutes (repeating the activity 3 times, if possible).
Provide learners with content and language feedback based on monitoring and the subsequent annotations of the task.