Ara Deylan 21 Oct 2016 *Grammar
PreIntermediate, Face2Face level
Description
Materials
Main Aims

To provide practice, review and clarification of "have to/had to."
Subsidiary Aims

To give students controlled and semi controlled speaking practice. To give students practice listening for details.
Procedure (3654 minutes)
I will start by asking the students what they can tell me about the previous lesson. provide each student with a hand out about "have to/had to" have them complete the handout  go over the hand out (focus on the problems and situations that the students still have)
 I will provide the students with a hand out from the workbook. It will contain five questions  I will ask them to change it from present/past to past/present  The students will have about five minutes to work on this individually  After 5 minutes I will have them review their answers with a partner.
Try to clarify the meaning by writing a small chart on the WB. I will show the difference between DO/DOES (present tense) I will show the difference for the past tense (DID) I will give a few examples of each tenses and have students repeat it with me  I will write examples on the WB on how to answer a question that is provided by Face2face I will provide the answers on the board I will ask the students to work in small groups to figure out what the answers are I will check too see if the students are doing it properly. I will go over the answers with the students
I will give the students one last game to play. It will be an easier exercise to see if they understand the lesson I have taught them Give them five minutes to answer each question in pairs or groups of three Then I will put them in pairs I will give one of them a description of the answer on a small piece of paper. The other student will ask the questions they formed in small groups The student with the answer will give YES/No answers. The purpose is for the students to have a better understanding of how to ask a question in present or past tense, and be able to answer the question.