Daniela Monter Daniela Monter

Elementary level


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Main Aims

  • To introduce and provide practice of writing an email invitation (30-40 words)

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide reading practice for gist and detail


Warmer/Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

The teacher will share her screen and show a PPT, the students will see a question and the teacher will ask the students to answer it, but before she will create an example. QUESTION: 1-How many times do you write emails in one week ? -TEACHER: I write emails 3 times a week because I need to have communication with my piano teacher. What about you guys? The teacher will wait for students to come up with ideas, but if they don't the teacher will nominate 2 students and write their ideas in the ppt.

Exposure (8-10 minutes) • To provide a model of production expected in coming tasks through reading/listening

The students will se a little text (email) and will have 1 minute to read it. Email: Hi Robbie (1) What do you want to do on Saturday night?(2) Shall we go to a bar?(3) I’d like to go to a place with music.(4) Have you got any ideas?(5) Ian.(6) Then the teacher will help the students to answer 6 questions about the text, So that they're aware of the context 1-What is the email about? R:A boy asking other person about the plans for the weekend 2-Who is writing the email?: Ian 3-Where does he want to go?: A bar 4-Why does he want to go there?: Because he wants to go to a place with music 5-Who is he sending the email to?: Robbie 6-What is their relationship?: They're friends

Useful Language (8-10 minutes) • To highlight and clarify useful language for coming productive tasks

For this task the teacher will share a slide with 4 questions. The teacher will ask the students to help her solve that excercise according to the topic making sugestions, They'll need to pay attention to the target language to use it properly in the next stage (practice) Excercise: -What do you______to do? (ought,please,want) A:want 2-______ go to a bar? (may we,should we,shall we) A:shall we 3-Have you got any_____? (plans,ideas,things) A:ideas 4-______like to go to a place with music (I would,I have, I )A:I would Then, the teacher will share a link (Google Jamboard) and the students will see a lot of notes. With the help of the teacher,They will need to edit the document to put in order the parts of the email . (the teacher will e referring them back to the example) ORDER: 1. Greeting 2. Question 3. Suggestion 4. What the writer wants 5. Asking for suggestions 6. Signature

Productive Task(s) (18-20 minutes) • To provide an opportunity to practice target productive skills

For this stage the teacher will give access to the PPT, So the students will be able to edit it. INSTRUCTIONS: 1-Look for the slide with your name. 2-Once you found it, You are going to write a short email (30 to 40 words) to one of your friends asking them what are you going to do toguether for the weekend. 3-Follow the example and structure 1-Greeting(saludo) 2-First question 3-Suggestion(sugerencia) (what do you want to do? ) 4-Your wishes (Why do you want to do that for the weekend?) 5-Asking for your friend’s suggestions 6-Signature (firma)

Feedback and Error Correction (8-10 minutes) • To provide feedback on students' production and use of language

For this stage the teacher will be sharing a link to a Google Forms There the students will find a checklist, The ss will be taken to breakout rooms The ss will be the ones giving feedback to their peers , They'll need to tick the aspects their peer's emails include. So the ss will know what's missing. Checklist: Does your partner's email include... 1.A Greeting 2. A Question 3.A Suggestion 4. What the writer wants 5. Asking for suggestions 6. Signature

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