Productive skills: Writing
To introduce and provide practice of writing a short description of a personal possession (30-40 words)
Describe a personal item, use of capital letters and punctuation.
Procedure (34-42 minutes)
- T. establishes rapport with Ss before starting class. - T. shows an image of 3 objects (common possesions) to students and asks them, What do you think they are? Are they selling or are they possesions? - Ss. answer in open class
T. tells students that they will work individually to read two samples of texts describing a possession. Students are sent to BORs in pairs to answer questions about the texts. The questions will be about adjectives, discourse markers, linkers, conjunctions, appropriateness, contractions, formal/informal and punctuation. T, gives a demo and shares link. Students start working Back to main session, students dhare answers as an open class and teacher correct as needed (OCFB).
- T. tells students they will work individually to write a 30-40-word text describing a posssession. Students should use the vocabulary previously explained - T. gives another demo of writing and send link with the task.
- T. shares screen to correct each text. - T. asks Ss. if they can identify the problems in the sentences and elicit answers from the class self-correction, peer-correction, and teacher-correction).