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Text 2 – Lower Intermediate
This part of the assignment focuses on stage 2
of a lower-intermediate reading lesson.
should show what you would do for the vocabulary
pre-teaching stage of the lesson.
ü Include any references necessary in the bibliography template.
See `Referencing` document for advice on what is required.
Read `Advice on Approaching this
Assignment` before you begin work on this template.
Lower intermediate (B1),
13 young learners, age range 12-14.
students attend EFL classes because their parents are keen for them to have
extra English lessons in addition to what their state schools provide. Many of
them resent having to come to language school, but you have found you can
engage them if you make the lessons fun and interesting.
Fortnite – a pleasure or a problem?
is an online video game made by a company called Epic Games. Players can
fight enemies, collect materials and items, and make buildings. The game has
three different versions, known as `modes`.
The most popular mode is called ‘Battle Royale’. In a battle royale,
players start with no items, and collect weapons and other equipment as they
play. Players try to remove other players and survive until the end of the
game. A Battle Royale begins with up to one hundred players. The last player
left alive is the winner.
is extremely popular. It came out in 2017 and now has hundreds of millions of
players. And Epic Games has made hundreds of millions of dollars.
Celebrities, such as the rapper, Drake, play the Battle Royale mode. Other
people have become celebrities because they play the game. Fortnite is one of
many video games which is played competitively as an ‘esport.’ In summer 2019, there was a lot of
attention in the British media when the 15-year-old schoolboy, Jaden Ashman,
won the second prize in the first Fortnite World Cup. Jaden and his
21-year-old Dutch game partner, Dave Jong, shared a prize of 2.25 million US
dollars. Jaden`s mother said she always tried to stop him wasting his time on
company sells a lot of game-related products, such as branded clothes and
action figures. Players can buy additional features for the game with
Fortnite’s own currency; ‘V-bucks,’ which they can earn as they play the
game. A popular additional feature is silly dances for the characters. Many
people copy the game’s dances in real life. There are numerous videos of
people doing these dances on YouTube and other websites.
are concerns about Fortnite. Parents and teachers worry about how much time
children spend playing the game when they should be doing schoolwork. Some
believe that it is addictive. Items in the game are bought with V-bucks, but
V-bucks can be bought with real money. There are many reports of children
spending their parents’ money on the game without permission. Although the
game is colourful and has a lighthearted style, some adults feel that it is
too violent for children. After all, the Battle Royale mode involves killing
other player’s characters with guns and other weapons.
extend and practise productive use of vocabulary for talking about computer
games and associated topics.
further develop reading skills through short reading activities on skimming and
children are not keen on reading, but quite enjoy learning new vocabulary and
have decided to place more focus on the vocabulary and speaking activities and
will allocate timings roughly as follows:
1. Lead into topic (warmer) - 10 mins
2. Vocabulary pre-teaching (Presentation and short
practice task) - 25 mins
3. First reading - 4 mins
4. Second reading - 9 mins
activity (communicative speaking task) - 12 mins
You need to select 10
vocabulary items for pre-teaching and show how you would present two of those
items in stage 2.
1. Vocabulary Pre-Teaching Planning Table
In this table, show ten items from the text to
pre-teach. The table is not a handout for the students.
`Advice on Approaching Assignment A` before you begin work on this
Maximum word count for the vocabulary table: 700
words, including the wording already on the template
How Meaning will be Conveyed to Students, including Language-Graded Definition
Grammatical and Other Information
IPA transcription AND
word stress pattern
unable to stop
thinking about someone or something;
interested in or worried about someone or something
I will explain,
beginning with the near synonym `very very interested in` and giving some
eliciting, I will give a couple of examples:
He`s obsessed with his weight.
She`s obsessed with the royal family.
language graded Definition
for B1: to think and talk about someone or something too much (Cambridge
Noun form – an
Can be insulting
to tell someone they are obsessed with something.
Is this the same
as being interested in something or stronger? (stronger)
Is it normal to
be obsessed with something? (No)
(or / wɪɵ/)
stress - oOo
Please remove these examples before
using the template.
need to define
will show a picture.
people just say `rhino` /`raɪnoʊ/
2. Vocabulary Pre-Teaching – Presentation Materials
this space, insert any materials you would use: e.g., visual aids,
worksheets, what you would write on the board, etc.
you use images, do not use more than 6. These do not need to be the
actual size you would use in the classroom.
you prefer, you can submit the images in a separate document, but please
label them clearly IMAGES FOR VOCABULARY.
do not need to devise the practice task.
3. Teacher Language for Teaching Two Items
ü This part of the assignment is set to enable us to assess your
language grading, eliciting, pronunciation teaching and concept checking.
ü You must show:
§ The language you would use for presenting 2 of your selected
vocabulary items that could not be explained using only pictures.
§ Present what you would say in dialogue form including some
expected student responses.
T: Does anyone know
a word that means very very interested in something in a strange way?
T: That`s a good
suggestion, yes. But the word I`m thinking of also means fascinated in a
strange way, like when someone is really really interested in a famous person
– more interested than normal. Always thinking about them. (Teacher puts on an `obsessive` face.)
T: Great! That`s
it! But not obsessing – different ending. Anyone?
T: That`s it. Well
done. To be obsessed and what preposition comes after it? Lina?
T: Great. To be
obsessed with someone or something (writes on board). Everyone repeat `obsessed
Class: obsessed with
T: Good. How many
syllables are in obsessed?
T: Yes, and where`s
the stress, first or second syllable? Obsessed
T: Great! Again, everyone: obsessed with
Class: obsessed with,
Well done! So if I say `Jamal is obsessed with his neighbour`, is that normal
or strange? Samia?
T : That`s
right. Martin, how would you feel if someone is obsessed with you?
Martin: I think I will be nervous!
If you do not use direct speech, you will be required to resubmit the
ü In this space, give the language you could use for presenting
two of your vocabulary items which need to be concept
how you would elicit, explain, concept check and teach
item should be approximately 200 words.
forget to include any references in the bibliography template. See
Referencing for requirements.
this template to a PDF when it is completed. Please check
the appearance of the PDF is correct before submitting.
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