By the end of the lesson, students will have been introduced to the meaning, pronunciation and form of the types of the story and adverbs for telling stories in the context of an amazing story and been given opportunities for controlled written and freer oral practice.
By the end of the lesson, students will have developed their oral fluency with specific reference to talking about types of stories they like or don't like.
Procedure (37-48 minutes)
1-T shows Ss the photos of well- known stories and asks them Which ones do you know? 2- T ask ss to match each photo with some of the categories below. Emphasize that each story may fit more than one category. 2- Ask each S to do it individually. 3-T asks Ss to work in pairs. 4-T monitors to check that Ss are discussing. 5- Discuss what they like and dislike from 1a.
Ex 2a T provides Ss with a handout and tell them that here are some descriptions of types of story. Which descriptions are positive and which are negative or either? What type of story would fit each? T gives students 3 minutes to do the task individually. T asks Ss to work in pairs to share their answers. Show them the answer key to check their answers.
T answers all previous exercise 2a • T clarifies the difficult words and sentences maybe they don’t know or they matched them wrong during the task. • T elicits the meaning of the new word from students by asking them CCQs. • T drills the new words/ sentences with the students to make sure that they got the correct pronunciation, then write the word on the board. MPF
Workbook 75 T asks ss to complete the missing words using vocabulary and speaking on page 102 of the students' book. T asks them to do it in pairs and asks them to check their answers in groups. T shows ss the answers.
T asks ss a question Discuss with your partner which types of story do you like or don't like? Why? And tell me after finishing Which types of story are the most and least popular in the class?