Writing Lesson PLan
To provide process and product writing practice of a description of places in the context of travelling
To provide fluency speaking practice in a description of places in the context of travelling
To provide process writing practice of a description of places in the context of travelling
Procedure (40-52 minutes)
Learners will be asked to share their ideas on the following questions: ● What interesting places have you visited? ● What do people do there? ● What did you like the most of those interesting places? Students will openly share their ideas in BORs
Students will individually read about The Traveller Blog describing a place to visit. Teacher will elicit a short summary of how to write a description of a place. (2 mins) Students will read a blog entry. While they read, they must decide if the blog shares a good description of: - Introduces the place and location - Describes how the place looks by using a variety of adjectives - Mention places to eat - Explain activities to do there, by using imperatives. (5 mins)
Students will work in BORs to look at the highlighted words from The Traveller Blog and match the words to their meaning or purpose. (3 mins) Students will share their answers openly, and the teacher will proceed to cover MFA. 5-7 mins
Students will work in BORs to rewrite sentences in the Blog with the expressions learned in the lesson. They will work in groups, each group with a different google doc. Ss share and open feedback.
Students will work in groups of 3 in BORs to produce their own The Traveller blog about a place they know quite well and write a similar description. (20 minutes) Learners will publish their text on a Google Doc for the rest of the class. ICQs: Are you writing a description of a place? How many minutes? Time for observing their work and checking mistakes or good use of the language for giving feedback later.
Students will do a peer evaluation with a checklist. Alternatively, they can give a rating on Padlet. - Introduces the place and location - Describes how the place looks by using a variety of adjectives - Mention places to eat - Explain activities to do there, by using imperatives. Students will vote for the best post in their group, and decide what place to visit. The teacher will conduct feedback on language in the Delayed Error Correction (DEC).