Course Content
What’s your name?
Speaking 1.Discuss these questions: Is your name traditional or modern? Does your name have a translation in other languages? Does anyone in your family share your name? Do you know any famous people with the same name as you? How do people in your country usually choose a child's name?
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Film reviews
In this lesson learners will revise some film review vocabulary through pair-work discussions. They they will write their own film review after analysing a model. Then they will read each other’s reviews and have a class vote about which film looks most interesting.
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Football and motivation
Motivation is an essential part of learning a skill. This lesson combines traditional approaches to motivation with the role of a self-concept in motivation The traditional approaches include: *The topic - football is probably the most popular sport in the world so the subject matter is motivating. *The tasks - the activities are designed to offer variety which should maintain the strength of the learners’ desire throughout the lesson and the final activity focuses on fluency which can give learners a sense of progress In professional sports psychology, athletes and coaches recognise the value of a positive self-concept and practise visualising success. In this lesson, learners are encouraged to compare themselves to professional footballers who have moved to the UK to play. They will be asked to visualise a successful future-self living and prospering in the UK or another English speaking country.
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Pet Mania
This lesson is about pets and some tasks are suitable for very low levels. The topic is introduced with a simple vocabulary game and Task 1 is a class survey about pets which can be adapted depending on the level. Task 2 is a role play situation between a parent and their son/daughter who desperately wants a pet and Task 3 is a reading text about the fashion of having a small dog as an accessory. The final activities use flashcards to review vocabulary and play some games using the vocabulary learnt, as well as a discussion about dogs.
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Listening and Speaking ชั้นมัธยมศึกษาปีที่ 4 ภาคเรียนที่ 2 ปีการศึกษา 2564
About Lesson

For a listening lesson to be successful, the learners need to be engaged with the audio. It might not always be possible to motivate all the learners in the class to the same degree but the important thing is to use an audio which all of the learners, can, in some way, relate to. If you are in a position where you can choose an audio, ask yourself ‘Will each and every one of the learners recognise this? Will they be able to say something about it? Will they have an opinion about it?’ If the answer to most of those questions is affirmative, then there is a chance that the learners will also be interested in the topic and improve their listening skills in the lesson.
This month’s lesson mainly focuses on developing listening skills but other skills are integrated too, with opportunities for speaking, reading and writing. The lesson is based around the topic of ‘names’. Everybody has a name and everybody knows other people with names. Names are linked to culture and tradition. They are important to people.

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