1. Topic-
2. Content-
Ability of describing someone based on past/current interpersonal relations and opinions. Adjectives regarding personality/appearance. "He is smart, funny, serious, good looking, handsome, pretty etc." Correct use of past tenses to give references to memories. Phrases to use when asking about a specific person. "What do you think about..." "What makes you think that?" etc.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
Teach students how to:
1. Form and express their opinions about a given person.
2. Support their opinions by recalling & telling about a memory of that person using past tenses.
3. Adjectives for description of a persons visual and mental characteristics & personality.
4. Objectives-
Students should be able to:
1. Describe a person (a friend or a celebrity) to give a general opinion about him/her.
2. Write a comprehensive description of a person of choice.
3. Being able to ask & respond questions like "What do you think about..." "What makes you think that about him/her?" by also giving references to past encounters/memories.
5. Materials and Aids-
1. Course book
2. Photos/videos of celebrities or ordinary persons as examples of different characteristics.
3. Simplified version of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe (which they've been reading since the beginning of the term).
4. A funny youtube video of a Russian man pulling terrible pranks on random persons in public.
6. Dictionaries.
7. Whiteboard.
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. Show them the youtube video of pranks for a good laugh.
2. Talk about that video with students.
3. Ask them what they think about the person pulling those pranks. (Expected answers: I think he's an idiot/funny etc.)
4. Stating that this lesson is about personality/characteristics/appearance.

B. Development-

1. Asking them to read the passage in their course book, underlining all adjectives and to check meanings for unknown ones.
2. Write all adjectives on the board for reference during activities.
2. After they're done, ask them questions about characters in the reading material. What do you think about him/her? Do you like him/her? Why? What makes you think that? Discussions in general with a heavy focus on adjectives.
3. Check students' ability to use past tenses, evaluating them and reviewing as necessary.
4. Showing pictures of Cem Yılmaz, Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ, Vladimir Putin, Nicole Kidman, Lady Gaga, Zinedine Zidane. Asking students to describe them. Talking about recalled memories about those celebrities.
6. Put those pictures on the board as the students give their answers, grouping them under adjectives written on board.

C. Practice-

1. Students form pairs. They will talk about other teachers or a friend, performing as groups in turn. One of them will ask "What do you think about XXX?" and the other will describe. They should also use "what makes you think that" etc.

D. Independent Practice-

1. Homework: Imagine you're Robinson Crusoe and you have returned to your homeland (with Friday). Friday is now looking for a job as a fireman. Write a reference letter for him. Describe him in detail and also give references to his accomplishments and your memories about him. Give direct references to events in the book.

E. Checking for understanding-

1. Check to see if they use correct adjectives.
2. Check if they use correct past tense forms for recalling events.
3. Check if they're able to differ real life persons' characteristics. They should be able to recognize nuances and striking characteristics.
7. Evaluation-
1. Checking homework.
2. Exam(fill in the blanks questions and writing).

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