Carolina Carolina

TP4 LP_Carolina Stone
Advanced level


In this lesson, students learn and practice Relative Clauses through a series of task-based learning activities


Main Aims

  • To provide clarification and practice of relative clauses in the context of money and power

Subsidiary Aims

  • Learners will have also discovered new lexical items. Learners will have also practised their fluency for speaking in the Post-task activity


Lead-in (5-0 minutes) • To engage learners and activate their previous knowledge of topic area

- T- teacher displays images related to money and power. - Jamboard already has questions for the students to elicit in the care context. • How holds the power? • Money? Power? Hackers? - T conducts OCFB and writes learners’ opinions on the board.

Text-work (5-0 minutes) • To provide context for the target language through a text or situation

- Instructions: Read for general meaning and answer (Reading for specific information- Scanning) • Who is the superclass? • Why are they so powerful? - Students read for 2 minutes are sent to BOR to compare answers for 3 minutes - T conducts OCFB and displays correct answers as soon as students come back.

Language Clarification (10-10 minutes) • Language Clarification To cover Meaning, Form, and pronunciation of the target language

- T changes Jamboard slide with words - T covers MPF for care phrases. Example: - The wealth that they have accumulated. Meaning: Matching Picture CCQs: Are they poor? Pronunciation: / ðə wɛlθ ðæt ðeɪ hæv əˈkjuːmjʊleɪtɪd/ Drill individually and in chorus Form: Relative clause - guided discovery slide - The world in which we live Meaning: Matching Picture CCQs: Is it about climate change or economic change? Pronunciation: /ðə wɜːld ɪn wɪʧ wiː lɪv/ Drill individually and in chorus Form: Relative clause-guided discovery slide - which means they can breach security and bring down governments Meaning: Matching Picture CCQs: Are we safe? Pronunciation: /wɪʧ miːnz ðeɪ kæn briːʧ sɪˈkjʊərɪti ænd brɪŋ daʊn ˈgʌvnmənts/ Drill individually and in chorus Form: Relative clause - guided discovery slide - A group of new growing economies that are working together Meaning: Matching Picture CCQs: Are they traditional systems? Pronunciation: /ə gruːp ɒv njuː ˈgrəʊɪŋ i(ː)ˈkɒnəmiz ðæt ɑː ˈwɜːkɪŋ təˈgɛðə/ Drill individually and in chorus Form: Relative clause - guided discovery slide

Controlled Practice (10-10 minutes) • To provide controlled practice of the TL

- Instructions: Match the clauses I will give them 3 minutes to read I will send by chat the screen shot of the activity You have 5 min to compare in BOR (send to BOR) - ICQs: How many minutes do you have? (5 min) - Pair checking through breakout rooms - T conducts OCFB- Answer key will be displayed when they come back

Freer Practice (10-10 minutes) • To allow students to use the language fluently

- Instructions: One in favor - One against question for conversation and discussion - You have 8 min to convince your classmate of your point of view Is it right for 6000 to control the way we live? Why? Why not? - ICQ: ? - T says short opinion. - Send two groups BOR for freer practice - T conducts OCFB and asks if they agreed and why or why not.

Feedback- DEC (5-5 minutes) • To provide learners with feedback on the completion of the task and language To provide students with free practice of the target language

- T conducts OCFB following up on the productive stage. - T writes on the screen samples of learners’ production and nominates learners to identify the correct and incorrect sentences and correct the latter ones. - T conducts OCFB

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