Types of activities: simulations, dialogue between the host/hostess and guests, guests themselves.
Language focus: welcoming, thanking, wishing, congratulating, making, making a short speech, informal conversation.
Conversation between persons in a queue: about the play/ film, long queue etc.
Language focus: explain, discuss, compare, and complain
Fluency based activities ( 10 / 05 hrs)
Focus: how to maintain fluency in a conversation avoiding excessive pausing, breakdowns and errors in grammar and pronunciation. Involve students in talking about a range of topics which engage their interests, experiences and opinions.
Types of activities: Use pictures, newspaper headlines cartoons as stimuli. Provide necessary language (structures, words).and discussion questions, e.g., Do you agree with what the woman in the picture is saying?
Functional dialogues ( 10 / 05 hrs)
Asking for help/permission/ directions
Exponents: Can I ask you a favour, May I…, Could you please…, Would you mind if I …, I would like to… I wonder if I could…
Types of activity: Role plays the model dialogue. Prepare their own dialogues. Perform them before the class.