Use the same article and think about how you would do the lesson differently. Answer the following questions:
- What prediction activity would you do? (so how will you get students predicting the text before they read it?)
- What reading for specific information activity would you give to students?
The United Kingdom, a place where people drink copious amounts of tea and discuss the weather at every opportunity. A place where ‘raining cats and dogs’ can be heard most days and where queueing is almost classed as a national sport.
Many people see the UK as a place full of beer, football and awful weather. A place where people eat fish and chips every night, roast dinners on Sundays and not much else. A place where people spend all their free time in the pub, but are always at home in the afternoon to have traditional afternoon tea. A place where the most important words in the English language are please, thank you ,sorry and excuse me, these words are repeated a hundred times or more in just one morning!
And finally, a place full of eccentrics, strange people who like to take part in activities such as cheese rolling, bog snorkelling and welly wanging.
Word count: 100 words (50 for each question)