This lesson plan for teachers of older teenage and adult students level B1 is about Music. Students will develop their fluency through a range of speaking activities.
During this skills lesson you might want to use background music where facilities allow. You will also need some samples of music, not necessarily just in English, but a variety of different genres
- To develop fluency through a range of speaking activities
- To introduce related vocabulary
Lesson plan: guide for teacher on procedure.
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Worksheets: worksheets which can be printed out for use in class. They include:
- Find someone who
- Music choices
- Role play
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Thanks so much for this! Am starting at a new TEFL school next week, and my first few lessons are on this! Some great ideas!
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Thank you the ideas. I am putting a ten lesson course together about music and the music industry. Your conversation lesson is good baiss for that. The only real difference is they will interview real musicans and real venues and finish with a live performance.