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Time: 15min. Level: Intermediate, upper intermediate Age: Adolescence Materials: videos, board, music Interaction: T\Ss, Ss\ Ss Assumptions: Students know expressing themselves. Anticipated problems: Students may not want to talk about their ideas and be a part of a ind of discussion.

Time: 3min. Materials: videos Interaction: T\Ss What students do: The students answer the teacher’s questions. They talk about their ideas for Eurovision song contest. They explain their opinions about in which language our Eurovision song should be and why. Grouping: Whole class Aims: - To create a good atmosphere for learning. - To motivate the learners. - To attract their attention to the topic. - To get the students to participate in lesson by asking some questions and brainstorming. Steps 1. The teacher and the learners greet each other. 2. The teacher talks about she has read some articles about upcoming Eurovision song contest and asks Ss ‘’ Have you listened to our Eurovision song for this year? How do you feel upcoming Eurovision song contest? Did you like it? Why?’’ 3. She asks whether you realized or not but while you were explaining your ideas you have used some phrases and here some other phrases we can use while expressing and supporting our ideas and she shows a slide these phrases written on it.

Time: 12min. Materials: music, stage Interaction: Ss\Ss

What students do: The students supporting the same idea about the topic will be the member of the same group. They will get ready for the discussion for 1-2 min. they will explain and support their ideas by using some useful language phrases. Grouping: whole class as two discussion groups Aims: - To encourage learners to communicate with each other, listen to and respect each other. - To create a communicative atmosphere in the class. - To have learners use the functional language with an enjoyable activity. - To improve learners’ creativity, self-confidence, respect senses. Steps 1. The teacher wants them state on which side they are. 2. The teacher wants them to come together with others supporting the same idea with them. 3. The teacher checks the instruction. 4. The teacher gives them 1-2 min. to get ready. 5. After then, the teacher as a moderator wants learners to explain their ideas by supporting them and listening to each other respectfully. 6. While the debate goes on, the teacher notes the mistakes they make rather than interrupting because of the fact that this is a fluency activity. 7. After that, the teacher tries to come to a reasonable conclusion. 8. Then, the teacher corrects the mistakes by presenting some choices or using the same pattern in her own sentences in order to have the ss hear the correct version.

Time: 5 min. Materials: none Interaction: T\Ss What students do: The students write their ideas about the topic after this fruitful (I believe it will be) discussion and state if there is any change in their opinions after it by supporting their thoughts. Grouping: Individual students Aims: - To practice what the students have talked about. - To write about their ideas in a well-designed paragraph. Steps 1. The teacher wants the students to write their ideas about this topic after the debate in a well-designed paragraph. 2. The students write their ideas at home.

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