1. Topic-
Conversation- Miscellaneous
2. Content-
1 Where am I? -describing places game
2. Conversations- asking and giving information
3 Introduction to housing key vocabulary: tenant, agent, evicted, deposit, double glazing, inventory, mortgage, surveyor
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. Some learners should be able to describe places by using different words and phrases
2. Most of the learners should improve asking questions in day to day situations and follow the conversation
3.Most of them should be able to to recognize most of the words related to housing and relate them to their personal experience
4. Objectives-
1. To improve places description with and without key vocabulary
2. To improve asking and giving information, about events, making an appointment, booking a place (direct and indirect questions)
3. To enrich vocabulary related to housing.
5. Materials and Aids-
Elementary/ Intermediate communication Games (J. Handfield), Cutting Edge (E3)worksheet, Living in the UK -Housing materials, white board, board marker
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

Where am I- Game
1.Brief introduction to the lesson,class division into 3-4 groups, game explanation

Conversation Miscellaneous
2. Explanation of the activity, classroom division, -Learners read/analyze their tasks, explanation of the new vocabulary, confirmation that the activity is understood

3. Reading handouts

B. Development-

Where am I- Game
1.Each student randomly chooses the card with the picture of the place and tried to describe it
-round 1/3 to their team
-round 2/3 to the one of the opposite teams
-round 3/4 (depending how quickly they guess)try to guess teacher's description (team which guesses gets point)

Conversation Miscellaneous
2. Learners room around the classroom and try to find information on all the tasks given, teacher monitors their work, helps if needed

3. Learners read handouts, underline new words

C. Practice-

Repeat new words, built new sentences,

D. Independent Practice-

3. Match words with their description

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1. Weaker learners are supported by stronger learners during the game
2. Less questions during the role-play
3. Less vocabulary required

F. Checking for understanding-

1. Teacher elicits information
2. Teacher monitors, gives oral feedback at the end of the session
3. Translate new words if necessary

G. Closure-

1. Revision of the new words, and phrases or sentence structures
2. Homework -reading

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