By the end of this lesson, the students will have been introduced to and practiced with some vocabulary in the context of crime
By the end of the lesson, the students will have practiced with their productive fluency sub-skill in the context of crimes
Procedure (38-45 minutes)
1. The teacher shows some pictures about crimes on the board. 2. She asks the students what the pictures bring to their minds. 3. The teacher has the students talk about any crime news that they may have recently heard about in pairs.
1. The teacher gives the students a handout where they read six short texts and match them with the appropriate crime provided in a box in the HO. 2. The teacher has the students compare and discuss their answers in pairs and then she shows the answers on the board.
1. The teacher puts the students in groups of three. 2. The teacher gives out the crimes-HOs, where they will see and review different kinds of crimes and their different lexical forms (n, v, adj ... ), to the students and has them read and find out about the different lexical forms of the vocabulary in the handout. 3. The teacher shows the same handout on the board and clarifies anything that the students might have problems with.
1. The teacher gives out the gap-fill handouts to the students. 2. She has them do the exercise on their own . 3. When they finish the activity, the teacher has them walk around the classroom and compare their answers with other students. 4. For the feedback, the teacher shoes the answers on the board.
1. The teacher gives the instructions needed for "bingo" game. 2. The teacher gives out the bingo cards to the students. 3. The teacher reads out the definitions of some newly taught vocabulary items and the students cross them out on their bingo cards. The game continues until someone crosses out all the words and shout bingo.
1. The teacher shows some kinds of common punishments for the crimes on the board. 2. The teacher checks whether the students are familiar with the lexis using CCQs. 3. The teacher has them discuss "Which crimes are a problem in your city and what could be good punishments for them?" in their groups.