Upper Intermediate level
To introduce and provide practice of speaking for fluency in the context of achievements.
To provide practice of language used for comparing ideas in the context of achievements
Procedure (29-38 minutes)
T greets Ss T shows a jamboard slide with some pictures and the question "What is the Greatest Engineering Achievement of the 20th Century?". T sends Ss to BORs for two minutes where they will discuss their ideas. Then T asks some Ss his/her opinion
T shows a jamboard slide with some statements about electricity and cars. The statements use some expressions that Ss will learn later in the lesson. T asks some Ss if they agree or disagree. Ss asks a few Ss for their opinion
Meaning: T shows a slide with some expressions and some definitions T asks Ss to match the expressions to their meanings. T ask some specific Ss to participate and answer Form: T shows the expressions and the patterns that follow them T asks: What is after expression 1? Ss may answer: "a complete sentence" T asks a Ss to read the expression with the example T: "What about expression 2?, What's next?" Ss:" a verb" T: "what about expression 3? How can we use it?" Ss: "After a complete idea or series of ideas" T points out the fourth expression and asks: "What kind of sentence is this?" Ss may answer: "a conditional" T: "What type of conditional?" Ss: "Sencond conditional" Pronuciation: T shows a new slide T ask "What kind of words do we normally stress?" Ss may answer: "verbs, nouns, etc" T points out to the note on top of the slide and asks one Ss to read it Then T reads the two examples and asks some Ss to read them so they can practice
T shows a jamboard slide with the question: "Can you imagine life without these people? T says the names of the people and one of their achievements T tells Ss they are going to discuss this question in groups T also gives Ss some Useful Language they can use to express their ideas. Ss are sent to BORs for 9 min. T monitors the different BORs and takes notes. When time is finished. T makes new groups with different people so they can re engage in the discussion and don't get bored. Ss continue practicing fluency for 9 min. Again, T monitors and take notes.
T gives feedback on good language. T uses Jamboard to write and correct some mistakes made during the speaking activity. T asks if there are any questions left. If there are, T addresses them. T thanks students for their time.