Your World/ countries
At the end of this lesson, students should be able to ask and answer questions about a person's name and country (What's your name?/ Where are you from?)
At the end of this lesson, students should be able to say the names of at least thirteen countries, including their own, with the right stress pattern.
At the end of this lesson, students should be able to be familiar with the use of he/she/his/ and her
Procedure (31-45 minutes)
Greeting the students and asking them how they are to refresh their information from the last lesson. Introducing myself and asking them to do the same.
T: Giving the students a HO that has the national flag of each country on it, and having the HO showed on the projector at the same time. Ss: (In pairs) writing the name of the country under each flag. Then each pair should come to the board and write the names of the countries on the board. T: 1. Eliciting the word "map" by asking " what's this in English?" 2. Giving the students another HO that has a mute world map on it, and having the HO showed on the projector at the same time. Ss: (In pairs) locating the countries on the map by writing the countries' names on the HO. T: Asking the students to look at their Workbooks and try to match the pictures on page 10 with the countries. Ss: (In groups of 4) Finishing exercise 1 on page 10 in the workbook. T: Checking and monitoring the students.
T: Playing track 2.1 Ss: Listening to the country names. Repeating as a whole class. T: Pointing at one country name a time. Ss: (One student) trying to say the name correctly. T: Correcting students where needed.
T: Distributing HO.3, giving instructions on how to fill in the gaps in the first three sentences only, and playing track 2.2 Ss: Listening to track 2.2 and fill in the gaps with the right words (individually). T: Giving instructions to the students to compare their answers in pairs. Ss: (in Pairs) Comparing their answers . T: Drilling the dialogue with the whole class. T.: Giving instructions on how to fill in the gaps in the last two sentences, and playing track 2.3. Ss: Listening and filling in the gaps then listening again and repeating. T: Highlighting target language. Ss: Reading the sentences out loud. T: checking pronunciation where necessary.