BC - aSIB 14.11.13 (1)
To provide clarification and practice of permission, necessity and prohibition in the context of banking regulations
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation, using the language focus words providing permission, necessity and prohibition in the context of a customer making enquiries of terms and conditions for bank accounts.
Procedure (65 minutes)
Speak about rules at home .... at school .... at work .... in society ... when travelling ... things we CAN do, MUST / NEED to do and MUST NOT do. Washing hands before eating, wearing a seatbelt, smoking on board an aircraft, looking both ways before we cross a road, setting an alarm clock in the morning, taking your medication, feeding your children, exercising, eating sweets and cake versus vegetables, preparing documents for meetings, stopping at a red traffic light, having your passport with you to fly internationally let someone else pack your suitcase to fly internationally arrive late at a meeting wear casual clothes at the bank play loud music in your office Review our class rules
On the whiteboard - Permission / Necessity / Prohibition for previous verbal examples Then, VERY IMPORTANT, think of another way of saying the above!!!!
Banking is controlled by rules. PW to complete Unit 1, LF, Pg 12, No. 1 - underline describing statements. Class discussion to confirm.
Unit 1, LF, Pg 13, No. 2a For 2nd half, practice between the 2 teams PRESENT versus PAST for verbs relating to permission, necessity and prohibition
Unit 1, LF, Pg13, Q3 Individual work for marking with a time limit