Copy of Ask The Experts, Question Tags
To provide clarification of Question Tags in the context of Experts, words related to questions, word building
To provide specific information listening practice using a text about Questions that children ask in the context of Various topics children are curious about
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a Conversation in the context of Questions with auxiliary verbs "do", "is" ,"are", "will", "has"
Procedure (39-50 minutes)
-In order to provide a lead-in stage, write/show the following questions: - When is your birthday? - How old are you? - Who is your favorite actor? - Where were you born? - How many sisters have you got? - What time did you go to bed last night? - Where did you go last weekend? - Do you take sugar in tea? - Where are you going next weekend? - Have you seen Titanic? -Next get the students to ask each other the questions -without writing down. -Let them discuss these questions with their partners and play a song named "Somewhere over the Rainbow" by Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwoʻole to create a relaxing environment during their speaking.
- Give the book hand-outs of exercise 6A. -Ask the students to fill out the gaps from the audio that they listened in the previous lesson. -Let them work in pairs. -Give the answer key to check with their partners. -Monitor the students carefully. -Provide error correction.
-Stick the poster on which the rules of the grammar topic are written. -Let the students check the rules and make them underline the correct alternative to complete them in pairs. -Give some time to work with their peers. -Get the students come to the board and underline their answers. -Provide feedback on the board.
-Drill two examples of "tag questions" -Direct the question to the students "You are a student, aren't you?" and "She is from Ankara, isn't she?" -Emphasize the different intonations and ask the students to tell you the differences between two sentences. -If they don't know the answer, ask when your voice went high and when it went low. -Ask them which answer you are sure about and which one you are not. -Elicit the answers.
-Provide the book handouts of controlled practices on pg.137 -Get them match the sentences to make tag questions of exercise 1. -Let them work in pairs and monitor carefully -Get them read their own answers. -Provide F/B whole class.
-Provide the book handouts of controlled practices on pg.137 -Get them correct the sentences of exercise 2. -Let them work in pairs and monitor carefully -Get them read their own answers. -Provide F/B
-Divide the students into groups. (3-4) -Each group is given auxiliary verbs "do", "is", "are", "will", "has" and have to come up with to positive and two negative questions to ask someone else in other groups using question tags and given auxiliaries. -Monitor the ss and take notes. -Give delayed F/B -Provide error correction.
-Divide the students into groups. (3-4) -Remind the questions the students discussed at the beginning of the lesson. -At the end of the lesson - get them back in the original pairs to see if they remember their partner's answers. -Provide a demo e.g. "You take two sugars in tea, don't you?" etc. -Monitor the students and take notes. -Give delayed F/B
-Give lyrics of the song named "A Little Time" as a handout. -Get the students listen to it and fill in the gaps listening to the lyrics. -Let them work alone. -And let the students check their answers listening to the song again.