Simple present "3" (he, she, it)
To provide practice, clarification and review of simple present in the context of daily
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of sporting actives
Procedure (38-51 minutes)
The students will be asked to watch a video about Mr.Bean's daily routine and tell about the content of the video.
The students will watch the video again and try to find some information about Mr;Bean's daily day. Teacher will elicit the target language by using some questions (like; what time does Mr.Bean leave home?)
Students will figure out two sentences from the previous task (what time does Mr.Bean leaves home? -He lives home at 6.30 in the mornings). This activity will be followed by an other guessing rules activity, where the students are supposed to find the right rule of the simple present tense with the third person in the negative and positive form.
Teacher will clarify the rule of the simple present tense with the third person, in the negative and positive form. This will lead us automatically to another practice task where students are supposed to write the form of some verbs with the third person (they will be introduced to the spelling rules). And then they will listen to the record which deals with the target language and find the /IZ/ sound at the end of some verbs.
Students fill in the gaps with the correct form of the verbs in the brackets.
This activities is divided into two parts. First the students will work in pairs, but they will not talk to him/her partner. They will look at the sentences in the paper that I will handed to them, and guess what their partners does/doesn't do. They should only complete the sentence with does/doesn't by looking at their partners and try to guess. (2nd part) After finishing guessing, the students will produce their own questions based on the answers they had.
If Time: Students will work with their partners, taking turns asking and answers each others' questions. Then each partner will pick a different person and tell the information they have about their partners.