TP6 - Deciding what to do
To provide students with functional language in the context of deciding what to do. By the end of this lesson, students will be able identify useful language structures to produce a free task with a partner.
To encourage students’ ability to include FL when speaking.
Procedure (35-43 minutes)
I will show a picture to the group and I will ask them what they think this person is thinking about? I expect to get answers from students that conduct them to get a deeper understanding about the topic 'Deciding what to do'.
I will group the students in teams and ask them to read a short text and answer three questions and comment them with their partners. We will check answers together.
1. I will let students working in teams and match questions and answers, guessing contractions and identifying appropriacy, at the same time they will interact with useful functional language discovering form. 2. I will elicit this part of the lesson using CCQ´s and we will go through pronunciation together.
I will share a game- task link for the students to answer to it individually. I will go through answers with the students as a group.
I will show a slide with a picture of a place where I would like to go and five questions to guide them to answer using the structures we practice during the class. Students will be working in teams in this stage and we will group together to ask some students about the places they decided to go.
I will point out sentences that might have mistakes and students will be able to identify them and go through corrections together.