Asie Asie

Things to remember
High beginning level


In this lesson Ss learn to talk about things to take on a trip and give advice and suggestions with SHOULD, COULD, NEED TO, etc.


No materials added to this plan yet.

Main Aims

  • To provide clarification and practice of Travel stuff in the context of travel
  • To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in Giving advice and make suggetions in the context of travel

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide clarification of Should, could, need to, etc to make suggestions and give advice in the context of t


Things to remember (3-5 minutes) • To set the lesson context and engage students

ENGAGEMENT: * Books closed. Tell the Ss to imagine they are going on a beach vacation. Ask them to say the things that they never forget to take and why.

Building Vocabulary (14-16 minutes) • To teach the vocabularies which are related to travelling

STUDY: * Then listen to track 3.05. Ask them which of the words they remember or know. * Choose some of difficult words and teach them through Meaning, Example, Drill, Individual drill, Board, Lable, Exercise. * Open their books, listen to the words and repeat them. * Ask Ss "What other items do you see? Make a list alone. * Ask Ss "What other things do you need when you travel? Add to their list. * Then compare their own lists with their partners and say their differences. * Group them in 3 or 4 and ask them to agree on six of the most important items which they take for different kinds of trips. they are allowed to use their books. * Then they read their lists and choose the most popular ones. * Explain the chart in part B, and the three kinds of trips and ask them to write at least 15 words to complete the chart. * Then compare their list with other Ss and at the end read them aloud.

Building language (14-16 minutes) • To provide a context for the Ss to use the new vocabularies and engage them for the garammar (next part)

* ask the Ss to look at the photo of Jenny and answer the following CCQs: "What is she doing? Packing her bags." "Where is she going? On a trip maybe." "What is she taking with herself?" High heels, hair dryer... * Close their books and listen to track 3.06. and make a note of Jenny's mom's advice. Then share them with the class. * Open their books and say the conversation in pairs, taking turns plying each role. * Read the instructions in part B aloud and ask them to answer the questions in their groups.

Grammar (14-16 minutes) • To provide a context for Ss to give advice and make suggestions

* Last task is an engagement for this part. * Books closed. Play the CD, track 3.07 and ask the Ss to listen and repeat the sentences. * Tell Ss to look at the first column of the chart and elicit two ways to asking for advice and ask the patterns and write them on the board. " Question words + SHOULD + subject + base form of the verb?" " SHOULD + subject + base form of the verb?" * Say that SHOULD, COULD are modals like CAN and after them we use simple form of the verbs. * Ss find the examples in part 2A. * Read the IN CONVERSATION aloud and then give Ss time to do exercises in part A. (controlled practice) then share their ideas in pairs. * Read the structure in part B and ask them to make suggestions first and then share them in pairs. (semi-controlled)

Free practice (14-16 minutes) • To provide a context to activate the target language

Group Ss in 2 or 3 and ask them to imagine they are packing for a trip. Decide what type of trip it is. Then try to help each other to pack their bags and remind the things which they think they should take or it is better to take. Ask some of them to do their conversations in front of the class.

Web site designed by: Nikue