Nice talk demo
To provide practice of the present simple tense in the context of food in the "frog is hungry" story
To provide review and practice of the food lexical set in the context of food in the "frog is hungry" story
To provide detailed reading practice using a text about the present simple tense in the context of food in the "frog is hungry" story
Procedure (15-22 minutes)
The T will use greetings to lead in to the lesson context/story. - The T introduces himself sharing his name, his country, and his favourite animal. - The st is encouraged share his own and is asked why such animal is his favourite - The st is then shown the 1st p. of the frog story, and is asked what that animal is? whether he/she likes it? Why? The T can show why he likes frogs with the ppt. slides
- The T asks the st whether he/she can read the Frog is hungry phrase. - CCQ1: "What does hungry mean?" Answer: wanting to eat; the way you feel when you want to eat. - What do you like to eat? What do you eat when you are hungry? I like to eat...
The T goes through the story with the st, concept checking all the way through, in preparation to having the T read the story him/herself. - What's this? A boy. A frog. A flower - st reads the sentence. - CCQ2: What does outside mean? not inside -- Where are you now? - CCQ3: Where were they before? inside - CCQ4: Where are they now? outside slide Which picture represents outside/inside Read the story - Do you think frogs like to eat flowers? - Do you think frogs like to eat sticks?
The st is encouraged to read the story slides by him/herself, and to ask questions whenever he/she wants.