To provide clarification and practice in using the functional language (would you like...)in the context of
Procedure (31-45 minutes)
T talks about parties and visitors. T asks Ss what do you do when a visitor comes to see you. Do you give him something to drink or eat ? What do you say to him ?Then after they give some answers, T tells them that they are going to listen and read a dialogue between me and my friend( Burcu) when she came to see me.
T gives Ss HO of the dialogue and asks students to underline the TL after they listen to the dialogue . Then T gives them a MCQ about the meaning of the TL, just to test their understanding of the TL. Then Ss check their answers in pairs.T monitors and then explains any misunderstanding in the next stage.
T then explains the correct meaning of (would you like) and focuses on the form. Would you like + noun phrase would you like + to base form Then T drills the pronunciation of would you ( ) with whole of class. T explains the form of : I'd like coffee/ I'd love some I (contracted form of would) + like + noun phrase Then drills pronunciation of the above sentence .
T gives Ss HO where they write "would you like" before the given noun or to base form . check in pairs. T monitors then answer key is given.
Ss practice the dialogue in pairs . One S takes the role of Rashida & the other takes the role of her friend .then the swap roles .T monitors Ss during speaking .Then corrects any errors in the pronunciation.
T reviews some vocabulary with the Ss by showing them flash cards. Then T uses these flash cards as a substitution drill for saying would you like...... Every time T changes the flash card and S have to repeat the sentences would you like...... but changing the ending. The SS answer yes please or no thanks or I'd love some.
T regroups the class into pairs again. Asks them to imagine that they have a party and an English friend is coming to visit. You want to offer him something to drink and eat . so each pair take turns in offering the food or drinks and accepting it or refusing it.