TP7- Writing - MORALES, MARIA DEL PILAR
Upper Intermediate level
To provide product writing practice of a formal emails in the context of making arrangements
To provide practice for punctuation in formal emails for making arrangements.
Procedure (32-45 minutes)
T directs SS attention to an organizer on screen. SS are asked to complete ( brainstorm activity) Which are some examples of written products that can be done by humans? SS then are asked to classify them into products that include formal language and informal language.
SS are asked to analyze a model text provided on screen for comprehension. Then, SS have to answer the questions below: 1.Which type of text is it ? 2.Who is the author? 3.Who's this this text for? 4. What's the purpose of this text? 5. How many paragraphs are there? 6. How does it start? close? 7. Is this writing formal, informal or neutral?
T directs SS attention to a set of expressions on screen. These were already evidenced in the prior model. SS work on MFP.
SS are asked to organize their ideas for the text they'll work with by completing a table chart on screen which includes answers to the following questions: 1.Who is this text directed to? 2.What is the purpose for this text? 3.Are there any specific questions or requests that you'd like to add? Please mention some examples. SS complete the chart as preparation for their final product.
T directs SS attention to the instructions on screen. SS follow the instructions and proceed to work individually on a jamboard document. T monitors and helps when required. A set of prompts are posted on screen for SS to use during the writing production. The instructions on screen go are displayed as follows: "Write a formal email ( 120-180 words) to your mentor at work. Take into consideration the following situation: It's your first month at Publish media company. You are asked to be in charge of choosing the best locations for future conferences. Ask to meet with your mentor and discuss the best options for the following conference. "
SS are asked to read their classmates' posts and take notes on the following questions. Did the email include formal expressions to open and close an email? Did your partner include the purpose of writing this email? Are there any expressions to make arrangements? Is the text well-organized in a set of paragraphs? Delayed error - correction T displays a set of errors seen while monitoring. SS are asked to find the mistakes and correct them. T elicits some answers as Open FB