· In pairs (or individual), write 5 things they know about Queen.
(Some students may not know anything and that's ok.) - 6-8 minutes
· Take some answers and work with corrections as a class. (3-5 minutes)
(Adapt the order of the worksheet to how you see fit for your class)
· Listen one time and do the matching.
· Listen a second time and finish the matching.
· Find synonyms and/or translations of the given expressions in section I.
POST LISTENING:Optional depending on the level of your students. I don't do this with lower levels.
(Optional depending on the level of your students)
· Students write example sentences using the new expressions from section I.
· Choose some example sentences to work with as a class.
· Write one sentence using a new word or expression from this lesson.
Good luck! Let me know how it works for you and if you have any special touches that I can try in my classes:
Make corrections in students' sentences in the Pre-Listening activity to improve their grammar
Less is more - For lower levels, only focus on them learning one or two new expressions to use
Easter Egg Lessons
Good music - Not a 'lesson' per se, but they will get to hear a good song that most people enjoy.
Motivation - If they can capture the mood of the song, they could be motivated in their lives.
What else can you find?
I. What do the following expressions mean? Use the meanings from the box
I’m not again and again to experience difficult
situations before success an easy experience to be treated poorly
II. Listen to the song (2 times) and match the expressions.
Have more time.