Lesson Planning of Group Oral Communication (like or dislike, Lead & Follow)
Students` Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate Conventions and Dynamics of Group Oral Interaction of Express Likes and Dislikes
Information for Teachers
- Verbs that imply like or dislike: like, enjoy, love, hate.
- Verbs that imply like or dislike: like, enjoy, love, hate
- This topic is extremely important because consciously or unconsciously you express your preferences, likes or dislikes towards things, people or activities that are carried out on a daily basis. To express these likes or dislikes, the verbs like, enjoy, love and hate are generally used. In this unit, you will learn to differentiate what is a verb in infinitive form and in gerund form; also the reason why these verbs can be followed by an infinitive verb or a gerund verb.
- At the end of the topic you will be able to structure sentences using the verbs like, enjoy, love and hate to express your preference, you’re like and dislike in different degrees, towards different activities. At the end of this topic you will structure statements using the verbs like, enjoy, love and hate to express your preference, your likes and dislikes in different levels for diverse situations.
- Expression of Likes:
- I like to play football I like to play football
- I love to go dancing I love to go clubbing
- I don’t like getting up early
- I hate this program I hate this program
- I like pop music
- I like to eat all kinds of food s
- I like going out with my friends
- I like to go on trips with my parents
- I like watching movies while I play with my friends
- I like to do sports
- I like to sing under the shower
- I like to help old people when they need it
- I like to participate in math classes
- I like to cook with my mom
- Expression of Dislikes:
- I do not like to eat vegetables
- I don’t like people talking bad about me
- I don’t like to wake up early
- I don’t like to treat people with disabilities badly
- I don’t like to fail a subject
- Use your facial expressions while talking to others.
- Explain to them when these expressions are used in routine life they make your language livelier.
- While teaching the lesson, the teacher should also consult textbook at all steps where and when applicable.
Duration / Periods
Material / Resources
Writing board, chalk / marker, duster, textbook
- Tell the students that we have to consciously or unconsciously express our preferences, likes or dislikes towards things, people or activities that are carried out on a daily basis.with our friends / parents /class fellows etc. for this we should not be harsh rather we should be very polite whether consciously or unconsciously express likes or dislikes towards things, people or activities.
- Give them a situation where two students are talking about their friend you can ask them to act the given dialogues or it could be done as pair work.
- To express likes:
- Talha: Ali is a good boy.
- Ahmad: Yes, I think so. He is really very nice boy.
- Talha: Yesterday he gave a book to support Asim.
- Ahmad: This is really very nice act.
- Talha: He also thinks that he has done something very good. Do you think that it is a good thing to help a friend?
- Ahmad: Yes, I think so.
- Talha: I think he is a good boy.
- Ahmad: Yes, I like him very much.
- To express dislikes:
- Talha: Ali is a bad boy.
- Ahmad: No I don`t think so. He is really very nice boy.
- Talha: Yesterday he slapped Asim on his face.
- Ahmad: This is really very bad.
- Talha: He also thinks that he has done something very good. Do you think that it is a good thing to slap a friend?
- Ahmad: No, I don`t think so.
- Talha: I think he is a bad boy.
- Ahmad: Yes, I dislike this act of Ali.
Teaching Approach: Students centered + Group Work
- Tell the students to work in pairs, give them the vocabulary and sample sentences to express Likes /Dislikes. Help them where required, and ask them to write 3-6 sentences to express their likes and dislikes.
- Ask the students to work in groups may be of four or six students.
- Ask them to choose their group leader or teacher should decide the leader who will present after writing the introduction.
- Write 3-5 sentences to introduce yourself and your fellow’s students.
- Then group leader will present it in front of the class.
Conclusions/ Sum up
- Today we have learnt to use the expressions likes and dislikes.
- Ask any of the three students from your class to narrate 3-4 sentences of likes and dislikes with body expressions.
- Teacher is required to involve the student in solving the problems given in the exercise at end of unit.
- Ask the students to practice whatever they did in class.