To provide clarification, review and practice of Present Perfect Simple (gone & been) in the context of travel
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a Conversation
Procedure (45-56 minutes)
1. Show slide of New York marathon 2. Ask Ss, "What is this? Where does it happen? When is the NY marathon?" 3. "Have you run a marathon before?" 4. Show slide of Ranulph and Mike 5. This is Ranulph Fiennes and Mike Stroud. They are both from England.
1. Instruct- "Listen to this news report and circle the correct answer below." 2. Give HO 3. Steps of listening 4. Fb- Check with partner
1. Project a blank world map on the wb 2. Circle London as the starting point, "Where was the first marathon?" Patagonia 3. Draw an arrow going to Patagonia. 4. "From London, where have they gone?" Patagonia 5. "Did they stay in Patagonia?" No. Draw and "x" through Patagonia. "Where did they go next?" Draw arrow to each location 6. Rpt until they return to London 7. "Are they still in London?" Yes. 8. From New York, Where have Ranulph and Mike gone?" London
1. Have Ss stand up and make a circle facing each other 2. Introduce myself, "I'm auntie Yvelle and this is a baby." -hold up the stuff animal 3. "Where's the baby?" at Yvelle's 4. Toss the baby to another Ss 5. Instruct and demo- Ask the Ss to my right "Where has the baby gone?" 6. "The baby's gone to..." 7. The Ss with the baby asks the person to their right, "Where's the baby been?" 8. "The baby's been to..." 9. Once the Ss have the hang of it, step out of the circle, and listen for delayed EC
1. What is the past tense of go?- gone and been 2. Write on the wb "Where have/has I/you/he/she/they been?", "Where have/has I/you/he/she/they gone? 3. Ss describe the form 4. CCQs- Did this happen in the past? Is it still happening now? 5. Draw timeline 6. Identify stresses 7. Practice pronunciation
1. Now it's your turn 2. On this map, mark where you have been to 3. Then, tell your partner about where you have been 4. Fb- Ask a Ss, "Where has ... been?"