Speaking Strategies asking for clariﬁcation (what?) asking someone to repeat something (pardon me?) using ﬁllers (uh, I mean) to get time to process using conversation maintenance cues (uh-huh, right, yeah, OK, Hmm) getting someone’s attention (hey, say, so) paraphrasing for structures one can’t produce appealing for assistance from the interlocutor using formulaic expressions using mime and non-verbal expressions
OBJECTIVE / ACHIEVEMENT: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to use vocabulary related to personality factorssters by talking about extreme weather conditions, disasters and describing and weather in their country. And they students will also be able to visualize a scene based on sounds and music.
Reading : Students can read comments on different stereotypes.
Speaking : Students can talk and describe how they are like, and how other people are like. Students can also aks how some people are like.
Listening : Students can recognize and understand new words related to stereotypes and personality factors. And a follow up different personality descriptions.
Writing : Students can write an e-mail describing how Colombians are, and they are really like.
Vocabulary & Grammar: Students can understand stereotypes and personality terms.
Grammar : Students can use the expression “what are some ones like”. Present simple.
ASSESSMENT: -Students will be assessed by their performance of the tasks in each unit.