Sara Magdi Sara Magdi

TP 2
Intermediate level


Abc PPTx

Main Aims

  • To provide fluency speaking practice in a presentation in the context of people you admire

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide specific information listening practice using a text about people nominated for Inspiration Award in the context of people you admire.


Warmer/Lead-in (5-7 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

1- Display the following question on the board: "If you have the chance to make an award what would it be for? Who is the person you nominate for this award?" 2- Give Ss time to think individually 3- Divide them into groups for pair discussion 4- When they are back from breakout rooms ask each student "What was your partner's award? What do you think of it?" Instructions: - Read the following question -You have 3 minutes to think about it individually -Join the breakout rooms and speak to your partner for 2 minutes about your ideas. I.C.Qs -How much time do each of you have to speak ? 2 minutes only

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

1- Ask Ss to read about the Inspiration Award 2- Ask them "What kind of person is it awarded to"? " Did anyone come to your mind when you read about the award?" 3- Show them the pictures of some people who are nominated for the award 4- Ask them: "Which people have you heard of"? "Why do you think they might be nominated for the Inspiration Award"? Note: Students can discuss these questions in pairs, but to save time they can share their answers with the class. 5- Preparation task instructions: -Listen to 3 nominations for this Award - Write down why people nominate these characters for the Award. I.C.Qs - How many audios are you going to listen to? 3 - Will you be taking notes while you're listening? Yes -What the notes should be about? Reasons for nomination 6- Pair check 7- Display answers, and give content feedback

Useful Language (6-8 minutes) • To highlight and clarify useful language for coming productive tasks

1- Ask them to listen again to the three nominations to fill in the language box. 2- Elicit some phrases from them 3- Display the language box on the screen, let them check it, and give them the chance to ask questions if they have any.

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

1. Instructions(1): A- Choose a person for the inspirations award B- You can choose someone from the pictures if you can't think of anyone else. I.C.Q: Is it a must to choose someone from the pictures? No 2. Instructions (2): A- Make notes under the mentioned headings in activity 2 B- You have 3 minutes I.C.Q: How many categories should you make notes for? 4 3. Instructions (3): A- Use the notes you made and the phrases in the language box to plan a short speech about the character you chose. B- Prepare your speech individually. C- You have 3 minutes to get ready. I.C.Q: -What 2 things do you need to prepare for the speech? Notes and language box phrases -Do you work on the speech alone or with a partner? Alone 4. Divide them into pairs to give their presentations 5. When they are back from breakout rooms nominate 2 or 3 students to give their presentations in front of the whole class.

Feedback and Error Correction (5-8 minutes) • To provide feedback on students' production and use of language

1. Content feedback: - Quote from their speeches and comment on their ideas 2. Langauge feedback

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