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Greetings & Farewells Lesson Plan + Presentation | ESL Lessons

Lesson plan

Lesson: “Greetings & Farewells”

Time: 30 minutes

Context: Visiting an English-speaking country

Lead-in:

– Set the context by showing the student 3 different questions on the board: 

  • Have you ever traveled to an English-speaking country?
  • If so, what has your experience been like?
  • Which English-speaking country would you like to visit and why?
  • -Talk to the student to set the context and break the ice. 

Transition:

– Show the following question on the board as a connection to MPF.  Elicit all the language the student might already know about the TL

¿Conoces alguna manera de saludar y despedirte en inglés? ¿Cuáles? 

MPF

-Show the student a slide with different phrases and elicit the meaning of each one of them and the moment in which they can be used. 

-Show the phonemes of the different phrases and drill the pronunciation. Make the student repeat as many times as necessary

Controlled practice

-Show the student some completion exercises.  Correct the exercises and help him/her if the exercise wasn’t completed satisfactorily. 

Freer practice

-Show the student a question on a slide and have a natural conversation channeling him/her to use the TL.

 

Workbook

Complete the table placing the expressions in the correct column.

Good morning / See you tomorrow / See you soon / Good afternoon / Later / How are you all? / See you then / Good evening / What’s up? / Hey! / Take care / How’s it going? / How are you? / Bye / Good night / See you later 

HelloGoodbye

Select the correct option for each case.


1 – Hi, Angel. See you! / What’s new?
2 – Goodbye, Mark. How are you? / Have a nice day!
3 – Hey Carl! What’s up? / Later.
4 – Hello everyone! Good evening. / Good night.
5 – Goodbye, Mrs. Honey. What’s up? / See you tomorrow.
6 – Good evening, Mr. Hilton. How are you? / See you!

Imagine the situation and select the best option.

1 – At a work meeting: Good evening / Hey! / Good morning

2 – In a formal dinner: What’s up? / Good afternoon / Good evening

3 – Getting in a taxi: Hi, how are you? / What’s up? / See you tomorrow

4 – Finishing school day: What’s new? / See you! / Good night

5 – Ordering food: Take care / Good afternoon / See you then

Unscramble the following sentences

1- Peter. / are / Hello, / you / Mr. / ? / How 

2- teacher. / a / day! / Goodbye, / Have / nice

3- Holly. / it / How’s / ? / Hi, / going

4- See / Gabriel. / you / Bye, / soon.

5 – Take / See / honey. / tomorrow, / you / care!