Learning Objectives :
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
- Identify differences between making requests and responding to offers
- Classify the appropriate words that are for polite and causal request making
- Form examples of making requests with their responses
- understand the difference between making requests and responding to offers.
- learn how to use modal auxiliaries to make formal requests.
- practice constructing and responding to requests using appropriate grammar and vocabulary.
- Pupils in small groups, study the given chart identify the differences between the styles of making and Responding to requests
- Pupils in pairs are guided to classify words for polite and casual requests eg “could you open the window for me, please” Casual requests “can you open the window for me, please?
- Class discusses the format for responding to a formal invitation invitation
- Pupils, in small groups, construct sentences on making and responding requests and share with the class through the group leaders. Eg” can I help you? Yes, please, I want to buy an orange or No, thanks I’m just looking
Embedded Core Skills
- Communication and Collaboration
- Critical thinking and problem solving
- Leadership skills and Personal Development
- Creativity and Imagination
- Flash cards
- Real objects
- Web Resources
- Workbook on modal auxiliaries and examples of requests
- Whiteboard and markers for examples and practice exercises