Intermediate level level
To provide clarification of question forms in the context of family
To provide vocabulary to speak about families
Procedure (45-59 minutes)
Writing three facts about myself on the board. Invite students to ask questions to find out further information about the facts.
To elicit some ideas for questions they might ask. Students then work in pairs to ask many questions as they can.
Students match the questions and answers alone, then check their answers in pairs. To elicit the correct answers and check the meaning of new words.
Asking students if they know much about their family history, or if they would like to go. Give students time to read the text quickly and check their predictions.
Put students into small groups to discuss the questions. Monitor and provide any vocabulary students need. In feedback, nominate students from each group to tell class their opinions.
Introduce the topic of the listening and check students understand what they have to do.
Ask students to look at the example questions 1-6. Check the meaning of auxiliaries, prepositions and subject by eliciting examples.
To provide instructions in order to develop their current knowledge.