Family and Friends:Grammar Lesson
To provide students with clarification, review and practice of subject and object pronouns, through the context of cats and dogs.
To provide fluency speaking practice in subject and object pronouns in the context of preferences between cats and dogs.
Procedure (32-45 minutes)
-State the aim of the lesson: We will be practicing grammar and speaking. -For lead-in, ask the students if they agree that dogs are man's best friend and why yes/no. Ask them to talk with their partners then ask for general feedback - raise your hand if yes/no.
-Tell the students that they'll be listening to a track. They need to choose which word was used in the sentence. -Students will check with a partner then check their own answers from the worksheet.
-Show the slides ''I hate dogs''. -Breakdown the parts of the sentence - I is the subject, hate is the verb, and dogs are the object.
-Show the slide on subject and object pronoun. - In pairs, students need to discuss the answer. - Elicit the answer from the students by asking them to write the answer on the board. -Drill the subject and object pronouns. -Show them the slide with subject, object, and with the phrase ''I hate dogs. -Ask them what object pronoun they can use to change the word dogs - elicit the answer them.
-Ask the students to do task two by themselves -they need to replace the underlined word with a subject or object pronoun.-Let them check their answers with a partner then from the answer key posted on the wall. -Deal with any questions.
-Practice pronunciation with the class. -Play the track and ask them to repeat the phrases. -Show where the stress in the sentence. -Drill the phrases with the students.
-Speaking practice: In groups, ask the students to use a verb and noun from the slide and use them in their own sentences. -Ask them to take turns. -Monitor the students.