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By the end of this lesson, students will be able to give a short talk similar to the one given in the

IELTS speaking test part 2. This will be done by:


- Using functional lang of contrasting comparing
- sentence stress

- Ss discuss (3+2min)
- What do you talk about with family and friends? Can you give an example?
When is/was that? Is it in English or Spanish?
- Here is a task card read it and if you have any questions, ask your parntner
- you have 2 minute to organize your thoughts
- Answer all the questions
- Give the reason why you like this time of the day more than the other
- Give examples
- then 3 minutes to talk to your friend about them. (10 min)
- Did you use (3min)
- any expressions to compare and contrast?
- Did you use your intonation to emphsize the most important word of the
sentence?
- What expressions do you know that you use to contrast or compare? (2+3)
- Which word is the most important word in this sentence? How would you emphasize
it when you are speaking? (2+3)
- Morning is the best time of the day.
- What speaking strategies that help us to speak for 3-4 minutes have we just learnt?
- Can we apply them in real life? (3 min)
- Controlled practice 1 ss have 1 min to prepare, ss 1 tells his partner about what he
prepared for 3 minutes and vise versa, if time they give FB to each other. T give FB
(10 min)
- Practice 2 idem (10 min)
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to give a short talk similar to the one given in the
IELTS speaking test part 2. This will be done by:
- Using functional lang of contrasting comparing
- sentence stress

HO Task card 1

Taken from http://ieltsliz.com/ielts-speaking-part-2-topics/

HO Task card 1

Taken from http://ieltsliz.com/ielts-speaking-part-2-topics/

HO Tips for Comparing and Contrasting


By the end of this lesson, students will be able to give a short talk similar to the one given in the
IELTS speaking test part 2. This will be done by:
- Using functional lang of contrasting comparing
- sentence stress

Use comparatives

asas or than

Examples:

An apartment building usually has more public amenities than a house such
as gyms and conference facilities.

Sending letters is not as convenient as sending emails.

much, quite, even, a lot, far, still and considerably before the than structure to
strength the comparative.

A house has much more space than an apartment.

Use expressions

Unlike

Different from

By/in contrast

Compared to

On the contrary

Example:

Different from women, men are more rational when purchasing a product.

If you want to describe the similarities between two things, you can use the following
expressions.

Just like

Likewise
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to give a short talk similar to the one given in the
IELTS speaking test part 2. This will be done by:
- Using functional lang of contrasting comparing
- sentence stress

Much the same

Similar to

Similarly

Example:

Just like the elders, young people also like listening to news radios because
they want to know more about the current world.

Taken from https://magoosh.com/ielts/compare-contrast-ielts-speaking/

HO Task card 2
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to give a short talk similar to the one given in the
IELTS speaking test part 2. This will be done by:
- Using functional lang of contrasting comparing
- sentence stress

Taken from http://ieltsliz.com/ielts-speaking-part-2-topics/

HO Task card 3

Taken from http://ieltsliz.com/ielts-speaking-part-2-topics/