Match the definition on the right to each of the lesson features
on the left.
|1. inductive presentation||a. students practise for accuracy
e.g. by repeating a structure, or by writing the correct forms in a gapped text.
|2. deductive presentation||b. emphasis on fluency:
students produce language in a free discussion, or solve a problem by talking about it in groups
|3. controlled practice||c. activity done before dealing with a text or piece
e.g. discussion to familiarise students with a topic; pre-teach vocab from text
|4. guided practice||d. activity done after dealing with a text or piece
e.g. personalizing the topic by getting students' opinions
|5. free practice/production||e. activity done at beginning of a lesson to 'break the ice' or create a positive atmosphere to facilitate the main activity that follows|
|6. pre-reading / listening||f. students are given the rule for a language item
and then produce writing activities examples.
|7. while - r / l / w activities||g. teacher elicits the rule for a language item by
- students work out the rule themselves.
|8. post - r / l / w activities||h. exercises done during a skills activity,
|9. warmers||i. (often fun) activity done when you have a bit
of extra time left over.
|10. fillers||j. practice where students have more choice/scope
in language they produce,
e.g. minimum hints for writing (write 5 sentences describing your house.)
Now, think of examples of activities you have used for each
of the features and complete the linked table.