To provide clarification, review and practice in the context of Feelings
To provide fluency and accuracy
Procedure (39-54 minutes)
- The teacher divides the class into two teams. - The teacher tells the students that they will play a hangman game on two different words (feelings and emotions) and the team that guesses its word first is the winner. - The teacher then elicits positive and negative emotions from the students by showing them photos.
- The teacher models and drills the vocabulary in (1) P.82.
- The teacher puts the students in pairs. - The teacher tells the students that they have to answer the questions to fill in the crosswords. - The teacher tells the students that the winner is the pair that fills in the crosswords first. - The teacher gives a whole-class feedback.
- The teacher gives the students time to think of the different parts of speech of the words in the table (Ex.2 P.82).
- The teacher gives a time limit. - The students do a fill-in-the gaps exercise. - The students check the answers in pairs. - The teacher then gives a whole-class feedback.
- The students guess the meanings of some idioms (which describe emotions). - The students check the answers in pairs. - The students listen to check their answers. - The teacher gives a whole-class feedback.
- The teacher divides the class into 3 groups. - The teacher assigns 3 words (from the target language learned throughout the lesson) for each group and asks each group to come up with a short story using those words. - The teacher monitors the students and provides help if necessary. - Once the students are done, the teacher asks the students to tell their story to the whole class. - The teacher gives a whole class feedback.