TP 7 14.12.16
To provide clarification and practice of have to, don't have to, must, mustn't in the context of road/traffic rules.
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of road/traffic rules.
Procedure (37-50 minutes)
T will show some visuals of road signs on the WB to set the lesson context. T will ask the students to discuss between them what they see and what kind of rules they are. T will then nominate some students share what they have seen and think what rules they might be.
T will ask the students to sit separately from their peers and make some space for themselves. T will then tell the students they will have a short test to test their knowledge on have to, don't have to, must, and mustn't. The students will complete the test, once they have finished the teacher will ask the students to peer check, then hand out the answer key. The students will be asked to not change their answers and be asked to write the numbers in the correct boxes provided on the bottom of the test paper.
T will ask the students who got number 1 wrong, 2 wrong and so on. T will then focus on to clarify the meaning, form and pronunciation depending on the students knowledge and which areas need further clarification and practice.
Once the clarification stage has finished, T will hand out the second test to the students. The students will be asked to work individually again to practice on the target language and to asses what they have learnt. Once the test has finished T will go through the questions with the students as a whole class.
T will group the students and then put strips of paper with the target language written on it in the middle of the table. The students will be asked to talk about other road/traffic rules using the target language. Students will be asked to pick up the paper with the correct target language from the middle of the table if they've heard their peers use it while speaking.