Nurel Toprak _Teaching Practice 7
Upper Intermediate level
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to know all about the grammar part of masters of the universe, meaning someone is requesting an action and the receiving person is doing it for you.
By the end of the lesson, students will have practiced their productive skills applying grammar rules in the specific concept of causative's.
Procedure (27-45 minutes)
To start the lesson, I will be giving the students a game to start the lesson without telling them anything about what the lesson is about. The students will be put into two groups and one group will have 10 request cards and the other group will have the reply cards. Now, the aim of the game is for the students to collect matching pairs of request and reply cards.
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 The teacher will also show pictures and elicit from the students.
To continue on from the clarification stage, the teacher will also do a comparison of the active and passive forms of the causative forms.
Students will work individually to complete the handout that includes them to change 6 sentences so they have the same meaning. They will be given an answer key to check their answers.
Students will watch the trailer of Richie Rich and while it's going on they will write down all the things they see that are being done for the Richie. After that we will discuss the answers as a class. The teacher will then ask questions the students to discuss in pairs the pros and cons about having this kind of life.
Students are given a set of questions to 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.
Students can be put into pairs and discuss about what they get done now compared to what there parents got done.