Speak-out Pre-intermediate 1. 1
Level 2 / Level 3 level
To provide review and practice of question forms in the context of hobbies, interests and weekends.
To provide practice, clarification and review of free time vocabulary.
Procedure (49-58 minutes)
Using the .ppt show the students the 7 answers and ask the students to think what the questions could be. Don't check them. Use the Word Form activity, where each question particle has is on a different sheet of paper. If there are 5 particles ask 5 students to come to the board. Give each student a particle and ask them to arrange the words (they are holding them) to create the question correctly. Then ask Ss to ask each other the question. Repeat for all 7 questions.
Following the .ppt ask students if they know what are information questions and yes/no questions are. Focus on yes/no questions and verb auxiliaries. Write the following on the board: to do. Write the following example Does he live here?. Elicit the structure (aux + subject + verb + ...). Elicit more examples. Remember "Auxiliary before the subject" to be Write the following example: Is he married? (aux + subject + verb + ...). Elicit more examples. Remember "Auxiliary before the subject" Focus on intonation: Ascending final. WC repeat, teacher drills.
Elicit from the Students as many question particles as possible and their meaning Who Where What (many answers) /which (limited answers) When How often How long How much/many Why What time Elicit a question for each particle. WCFB. Make sure students are writing examples on their notebook. Elicit the structure Question particle + aux (do) + subject + verb 1 Question word + to be + subject + adj/noun/v-ing Focus on the stressed word. Drill and elicit. Main verb and question particle are stressed.
p. 129 of Speakout pre-intermediate. exercise a, b and c (unit 1.1) WCFB Unit 1.1 p. 9 complete GRAMMAR 6A and 7A
Photocopy Speakout Teacher's Book Divide the class in groups of 4 and give a cut out worksheet to each group Students dived the cards equally without seeing them Students places a beginning of a questions and in turns they see if they can match the question. If they can they must ask the question and they can take both of the cards and put them in a pile, not his hand. The students with the most cards wins. Teacher monitors
Follow the book Page 8 activity 1A, 1B, 2 and 3