TP: 2a Relationships
Intermediate, grade B1 level
To practice adjectives to describe qualities using appropriate stress
To imrove Ss receptive skills
Procedure (33-46 minutes)
Stick six pictures on the WB. Ask the Ss to describe each of six pictures. CCQ: How do they feel? How do they look like? What are their emotions? What kind of personalities are they?
T plays the record T asks Ss which person is the most like them SS raise their hands, T counts, asks several CCQ, write number next to each picture
T gives half folded HO to SS. SS don't look at the back T plays the record one more time, students listen task 1 one more time, follow the text. While Ss are listening, T writes on WB e task 2 explanation: Big=large- small true=false-- untrue difficult=hard---- easy T says that now SS can look at the back of the HO. T says that it is an individual work, do the task 2, fill the gaps, SS have 2 minutes! T stops the activity, tells SS move around the C and fill the gaps if they have some, 2 min! T Hand outs the answers to task 2., Explains unknown words.
SS write down 6 qualities they look for in an ideal friend. SS stand up, mingle around, find your ideal friend! Find the person who is looking for the same qualities!
T plays the recording for the Ss just to listen and repeat words. T plays the recording again and ask the students to underline the stressed syllables. T claps hands for syllable counting. T sticks the answers on the WB T explains that Ss can check the stress of any word by looking at dictionaries. T explains that dictionaries usually mark the stress of a word as well as give the phonetic script. T gives an example ambitious / / T asks SS which adjective in each line has more syllables than the others T Plays record for the last time, claps hands
T asks SS which adjective in each line has more syllables than the others T Plays record for the last time, claps hands