No he's not!
To provide clarification and practice of positive and negative statements and questions in the context of celebrities and people the student knows.
To provide an opportunity to practice making positive and negative statements, and ask questions, in the context of celebrities and people the student knows.
Procedure (40-51 minutes)
Show students photos used in previous lesson. Ask questions: "Is she ugly?" "Is he famous?" etc. Put photos on WB.
Let students work in pairs. Get them to ask each other about their best friend. (Give handout with model questions). 1. Is he/she a friend from high school? 2. Is he/she a mother/father? 3. Is he/she shy? 4. Is he/she smart? 5. Is he/she interesting? 6. Is he/she fun? 7. Is he/she from South America? 8. Is he/she from China? Get student feedback - tell the class something about your partner's best friend. "Is her best friend smart?" "Yes, her best friend is smart." "No, her best friend isn't from China."
Give students handout 1. Let them work in pairs to complete it. Individual feedback to class.
Get students to go around the class, asking one another questions about a family member? Demonstrate. "Do you have a husband? Is your husband shy?" After mingling, ask what they've learned about a student. "What did anyone learn about ....?"
Use photos from lesson 1. Let them work in groups of 3. Each group gets a picture of a celebrity. They must provide one positive and one negative statement about him. "He is not..." "He is..."