TP-4 | -ed and -ing adjectives & some verbal phrases
To practise the use of -ed and -ing adjectives (controlled practise and semi-controlled speaking).
To practise listening for detail in the context of phrasal verbs
Procedure (34-44 minutes)
Slide with 8 images meant to display the following: Interested / bored / frustrated / tired / disappointed / frightened / depressed / excited elicit this vocabulary as well as some of the -ING adjectives where appropriate, e.g. a disappointing present / a frightening movie / a boring meeting
Display list of 8 -ed and the corresponding -ing adjectives. Check meaning/understanding; explain the form/usage.
Instruct SS to fill in the gaps by using the correct adjective (page 1); SS work individually PW to check the answers Demonstrate speaking task PW to ask each other questions / give detailed answers
Show the phrasal verbs and have students match them Ask SS a few questions related to these phrasal verbs to check understanding
Ex. 5b) Instructions --------------- RE-GROUP SS SS to read the 7 tips before listening to the programme; PW to check answers Ex. 5c) SS listen again and write down the answers; PW to check; monitor Answer key (slide)
SS can discuss in groups whether or not they agree with what the psychologist recommends