To say the English sounds through listening to some example vocabulary.
To provide clarification of common things in the context of daily life
To provide clarification of language used for asking about place in the context of daily life
Procedure (70-95 minutes)
1. The teacher shows the English Alphabet on the OHP . 2. The teacher elicits pronouncing the letters and corrects mistakes. 3. The teacher highlights the similar letters and drills them (a-e-i) (g-j) (c-s) (b-p) (f-v) ( u-y) (k-q) . 4. The teacher tells the students about his favorite letter(s) and why. Then he asks them about their own favorite letter(s) and why. 5. The teacher gives students a worksheet and asks them to close their books and match capital and small letters.
1. the teacher asks the students to open their books, and he plays the audio and mimes the instructions. 2. the teacher divides the students into team A and team B, and he asks them to match the letters with suitable picture cards (the letter with the thing that begins with it). the winner is the team with the more correct matches.
1. The teacher asks "where is the...?" about an object in the class, and he answers to model the language. 2. The teacher asks another question about a different object and waits for an answer. (body language is important to give the impression that you are looking for something). 3. The teacher asks the students to open the books an plays the audio and mimes the instructions. (the teacher should keep encouraging students to listen and repeat). 4. The teacher shows on the presentation the model question and answer and explains the form. Then he highlights: * stress * weak form of "the" * silent "h" in "where" 5. The teacher drills the question and answer many times with different nouns. The teacher asks the students to work in pairs. every student asks his partner similar questions about some pictures and the other students answers. The they switch roles. ( the teacher monitors and takes notes of any mistakes) 6. The teacher gives feedback if necessary
1. The teacher asks "what's this?" showing an object. Then he answers to model language. Then he asks another question and waits for an answer. 2. The teacher plays the audio, and mimes instructions.(books closed) 3. The teacher shows on the presentation a model dialog and explains the form ( short form vs. full form) and ( a vs. an). Then he explains the weak forms of "a" and "an". 4. The teacher drills the questions and answers many times with different nouns. Then he asks students to work in pairs and ask each other similar questions. ( the teacher monitors and takes notes) 5. The teacher gives feedback if necessary.
The teacher plays hangman including the vocabulary in pages 2-3 only - or any other memory game.