Simple Present Wh- questions
Introduce simple present Wh-questions in the context of daily routines.
To be able to speak in the context of daily routines.
Procedure (15-20 minutes)
I will demonstrate the picture of the famous actor Sam Dane from the previous lesson . Students will tell all that they remember about him and his routine. Instructions(In case they forgot): a-What is his name? b-What does he do? c- When does he get up? d- When does he start work? e-When does he finish work) Students will listen to the recording in ex.7c and underline the questions they hear on the transcript of the recording.
They will be divided into groups after the underline the questions they hear from the recording and pair check . After this, each group will have a different marker to underline on the board(WCFB) . I will introduce them to WH-questions by circling all the WH question words in the transcript. Then I give them a handout with the questions on plus 3 more questions from ex.8b. They will try to put them in the table . Then the teacher I will get the answers from them and write them on the board.(WCFB).
Students will do ex.9A in a different way. They will be given scrambled questions which they will try to unscramble in groups. Each group will be given 2 questions. They will come to the board and put them in order 3 students at a time (WCFB). Then we do drilling to learn the correct pronunciation. In pairs, students will ask each others these questions and a few students will share their answers.
We play mingle game where the students walk around the class and ask each other's questions. They will use a table where they write the names of the students they asked and their answers. This game covers ex.10/11 p.23. I will ask a few students for their answers. (WCFB).
From the teacher's book p.143 (3A World Routines), students will be given forms that with some information about some people's daily routine. They will be divided into pairs (a/b). A asks B question and vice versa. Teacher will monitoring to correct mistakes.