I like and I'd like
To provide practice on the proper use of "I like" and "I'd like," as well "Do you like" and "Would you like"
To practice listening and speaking
Procedure (45-59 minutes)
The teacher will show a powerpoint slides with pictures various food items, and ask the following questions: Do you like chips? (Yes or no) Do you like steak? (Yes or no) Do you like chocolates? (Yes or no) Do you like biscuits? (Yes or no) The teacher will then ask "Would you like a chocolate or a candy?" (Yes or no) (The teacher will then give actual chocolates / candies to the students) Note: This section of this lesson is also "pre-teaching vocabulary." The words that students may be unfamilar with are biscuit, chips and steak.
The teacher will then show a powerpoint slide showing the picture of Piers and Daisy. The teacher will then explain that "we will listen to a conversation between Piers and Daisy's mum. Listen carefully because we will practice the same conversation later." The teacher will then handout a script of the audio file and tell the students that "you can follow the script while you listen to the conversation." The teacher will then play the audio file.
The teacher will then show a powerpoint slide of another script. The teacher will then pair up the students and ask them to ask the questions to another. Each should be able to both the roles (i.e., the person being ask the questions and the person asking the questions).
After providing a few examplems, the teacher will then ask the difference between "I like" and "I'd like." The teacher will also provide an example on the use of count and uncount nouns, and explain how they are strucutured / used. The teacher will then demonstrate the special use of some in requests and offers, and in other questions and negatives. Finally, the teacher will read reference 9.2 on page 143 together with the students
The teacher willl then show a powerpoint slide with a set of questions. The teacher will ask students to choose which one is most applicable: Would / Do you like? or I / I'd like? The teacher will handout activity sheets to the students with the same set of questions. They will be instructed to work in pairs and compare answers. After they finish, the teacher will play an audio for the whole class to listen to and check the correct answer for. After the audio is played, the teacher will ask the students to practice asking the questions and saying the replies to one another (as per the instructions in the book).
The teacher will show a powerpoint slide with a set of "replies." The teacher will ask the students to choose which ones are the correct replies. (The teacher will handout activity sheets with the same set of replies) The teacher will instruct students to listen to the audio (T.9.4) and "tick" the correct replies. The teacher will ask the students to work in pairs and compare answers. After the students complete their answers, the teacher will ask them to listen to the audio and check for the correct answers. The teacher will ask the students to practice asking the same questions and providing the same replies to one another.
The teaher will provide students with the transcript of the T9.5 audiofile. However, the script will only include the set of questions and not the replies. The teacher will then studenst to ask these questions to one another and provide replies as well. They will also have to ask at least 3 other members of the class.