Nurel Toprak_Teaching Practice 7
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to know the difference between I got my hair cut and had my hair cut by someone.
By the end of the lesson, students will have practiced their productive skills applying the grammar rules in the specific context of the masters of the universe.
Procedure (30-45 minutes)
To start the lesson, I will giving the students a game to start the lesson context. The aim of the game is for the students to collect matching pairs of request and reply cards.
Students will be given information about causatives. The teacher will demonstrate and show the students all about causatives and why and how we use the grammar and in what context following the game they played. We will discuss it and then the students will be given some sentences that they will discuss in small groups or pairs.
Students will work individually to change 6 sentences. This keeps the students focused on the target language and the context
CCQ: -Did she cut her own hair? No -Who cut it? the hairdresser -Did she arrange to go to the hairdresser? Yes. -Are we talking about the past? Yes -Do they get paid or voluntary? Paid
In this video, students will have a visual understanding of the concept and it will keep them focused on the target language.
Students are given a set of question sot answer. For example: What other things would you like to have done for you? Would this make you happy? They discuss in the pairs and then give an answer to the class.
Following the previous activity, the students then write down three things that they would like to have done for them.