Copy of Francisca TP6 Types of Story
To provide clarification, review and practice of story types in the context of their favorite story type or movie type.
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of describing their favorite story type or movie type.
Procedure (35-44 minutes)
Project pictures of different types of stories and ask the students to identify the stories. -Demonstrate two stories with them. -Put them in breakout rooms to check their answers -Project the answer key and ask them to check their answers.
-Pre-teach certain vocabulary they will need for the test 1. -Give the students to match given expressions with the stories they describe. -demonstrate by eliciting the answer to the first two questions. -Give them one minute to complete the questions. -Put them in breakout rooms to discuss their answers. -Ask them to write their answers in the chat box so as to identify their need areas so as to focus on them at the teach stage. -Project the answer key and ask them to check their answers. -Monitor to identify the areas they need help with.
- Elicit to clarify the different types of stories as contained in the lexis sheet using context and CCQs. - Drill the correct pronunciation of the words. - Write on the board to highlight the form of the words.
-Project a second test and ask the students to complete the sentences. -Demonstrate the task by eliciting the answer to the first and second questions. -Put the students in breakout rooms to work together in completing the test. -After the breakout rooms, project the answer key and ask the students which questions were more difficult to find out.
-Project the different categories of stories and ask the students the types they love to read or watch. -Give them interview questions to use to find out why their partner loves that category of story or movie most. -Demonstrate this activity by letting one of the students ask me and letting a student ask another before sending them to the breakout rooms. -Put them in breakout rooms to interview one another using given interview questions. Content Feedback: -Ask representatives from each of the breakout rooms to answer: -Which genre or genres is the most read in your room? -Which genre is the least read in your group? Why Language Feedback: -Write down some good use of the language by the students in the breakout rooms and praise them. -Write down some of the wrong use of the target language on the board and elicit their correct use from the students.