To review and practice present simple tense positive and negative third person singular in the context of lifestyle.
To provide fluency and accuracy in the context of lifestyle
Procedure (33-46 minutes)
- Greetings - Asking them about the weather and whether they like it or not - Eliciting the third person singular by asking: Does he/ she like this weather?
T will introduce her brother to class and puts a picture of him on the board. Ss will see some words and pictures surrounding the photo. Ss will be in groups of 4. T will ask them to answer some questions in their groups. ICQs T will give each group a set of questions. Where does he live? What time does he get up? Does he like his job? What is something he loves about France? What is his job? What time does he go to bed? What does he do at the weekends? Where is the place he never goes to? What does he do with his friends? When does he do sports? Does he have a pet dog? What does he do in his free time? Ss will change groups and share their answers. Ss will go back to their first group and tell the other group members what he/ she will have learned. T will monitor and take notes and put the mistakes on the board and give feedback by pointing out the problems.
T will draw a chart of three parts. /s/ /z/ and /Iz/ Above each part T will write the related sounds. /s/: /p/, /t/, /k/, /f/ /Iz/: /s/, /z/, / /, /t /, /d / These are written with 'es' And the rest end with /z/ sound. 'y' ending verbs will be pointed out. T will model one or two. Ss will mingle and write on 3 different sheets on the wall. T will check and points out the mistakes. T will give the students an answer key.
T will introduce the HO, give instructions and ask ICQs. Ss will answer individually and then share ideas and check in pairs. T will monitor and give oral feedback.
T will introduce the handout and gives instructions. Ss will mingle and ask and answer questions and fill their questionnaire. T will monitor, take notes, put notes on the board and clarify.