1. Think of an activity/game that can be used in a one-to-one lesson and describe how you would use it.The level is upper-intermediate, the topic of the lesson is Travelling.Your student has fluency problems and she tends to be reluctant to speak, so think of an activity which would encourage her to do a lot of talking. (Please write a minimum of 150 words)2.Look at the students profile below:Level:Pre-intermediate, has been learning English for 2 yearsAge:26Job:JournalistInterests:Action movies, extreme sports, rock music, travellingNeeds English for:Working on assignments abroad, meeting withforeign colleagues, socialising, writing e-mails, telephoning.Skills he wants to improve most: Speaking and listeningLearner style:Visual(Note: the information about interests and needs is given to help you get to know the student better; you dont have to use it all in your lesson)Based on the information above, write a lesson plan for a 45-minute lesson with this student. The topic is Telephoning, and the objective is to prepare the student to communicate over the phone. At present, he finds it difficult to speak with someone without seeing the person and he needs to learn the standard language of telephone conversations (e.g. Id like to speak to , please?, etc).Please include the following information:Target language (list the phrases you will teach)Assumed knowledge (for example, list some grammatical structures the student already knows, which can be of use during the lesson)Anticipated problemsSolutionsPreparations and aidsA step-by-step plan of the entire lesson including the timing of each stage. Remember to follow the PPP sequence: from Presentation, through Controlled Practice to Free Practice (Production).Note: This will be a functional lesson as you will be teaching a language function.