B. Can Gören TP8
Elementary, Adults level
To provide clarification and practice of the future tense (be going to) in the context of traveling
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of traveling
Procedure (42-52 minutes)
Draw a stick man with a huge thought balloon on the board Put five pictures in the thought balloon. A picture of the Mona Lisa, Big Ben, a fashion show, the stage of Tomorrowland, a beach. Put five pictures outside the thought balloon. A picture of a soccer game and a picture of the Brandenburg Gate. Ask students to look at the board What is the stick man doing? He is making a plan.
Write Euro Tour! above the thought balloon. Replace the pictures on the board with the following statements; See the Mona Lisa in Paris Watch fashion shows in Milan Visit Big Ben in London Party at Tomorrowland in Belgium Swim in Ibiza Watch ''El clasico'' in Barcelona Take a picture of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. Write the following sentences under the thought balloon. He is going to see the Mona Lisa in Paris. He is going to watch fashion shows in Milan. He is going to visit Big Ben in London. He is going to party at Tomorrowland in Belgium. He is going to swim in Ibiza. He is not going to watch ''El Clasico'' in Barcelona. He is not going to take a picture of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. Elicit the change of ''be'' according to subjects. Drill pronunciation.
Distribute the handouts taken from Cambridge Grammar in Use Elementary. Firstly students look at he four pictures and write what they are planning. What are they planning? Then, students look at exercise two and fill the blanks with the given verbs in the correct sentences using the future tense. Students check their answers with other students. Give the answer key.
Distribute the handouts taken from Global Elementary course book. Students focus on exercise 2 Alone, students correct the sentences so that they are true for them. Correct the sentences so that they are true for you? Are you going to write about someone else? No. Are you going to write about yourselves? Yes. In pairs, After students correct the sentences, they tell each other about their plans. Monitor closely Do error correction
Group students in pairs or groups of three Handout the slips taken from Global Elementary coursebook A group of people with a lot of money A group of people with not very much money A family with small children A group of people who loves sports A group of people who loves culture. Tell students that they are coming to their city (Istanbul) for a weekend. Students look at exercise 2 and prepare a list of things for their visitors to do. They should write about. Accommodation, food, things to do, nightlife, transport. Students use the prompts given. Students get up and tell each others about who their visitors are and what they have planned for them. Take feedback by nominating