Getting to Know Family and Places
To present "this" and some vocabulary items for common items, with practice.
To provide gist reading practice using a text about about student life.
Procedure (45 minutes)
I will show the first picture of house versus apartment/flat. I will also say these are examples of homes where people live. I will ask if President Erdogan or Queen Elizabeth lives in one of these types of homes? Where do they live? Expected answer: A castle or a palace. Show a picture of Dolmabanche Palace. There's me and my prince Douglas. Do you think I live here? Who lived here? The last Sultan Abdülmecid Efendi lived there in 1924. Did Mustafa Kemal Pasha live there? Yes. 3 minutes
I will show pictures of kitchen and restaurant. True or False. A kitchen is in your home. (True) A restaurant is in your home. (False) What is this? A bed. This is a bed. (Repeat after me.) This is a bed. What is this? A desk. This is a desk. (Repeat after me.) This is a desk. GW the students in 3 different groups--house, apartment, and castle. Time estimate -- 5 minutes
Give instructions to read the text alone. You will read this text to get the gist of it. No dictionaries. This will take 5 minutes. ICQ--Will you read or write? Will you read alone or in your groups? They will gist read the text for 5 minutes alone.
The students will work in their groups to answer the questions about the reading.
When each group finishes their questions, they will answer at the WB according to the following: The castle group will answer number 1 at the board, since they live at home and enjoy mom's cooking. The house group will answer 2 and 3. The apartment/flat group will answer 4 and 5. ICQ: Are they right?
Ss will work in threes. They will select an item and see if they can purchase this item at 2:00 in the morning in Istanbul.
Split the groups into pairs. "You and you together" I will play 1, 21 and they will answer together WC. I will play 1, 22 and they will find the items on their picture. ICQ -- Is this a chair? Yes Is this a door? (Window) No Is this a bed? Yes. This is a bed? What's this? It's a desk. What else is this? It's a picture. What's this? It's a window? This is a window. W Pairs -- Part 2b and 3. Practice saying to each other "This is a _____" "What's This?" "It's a desk." 5 Minutes
Work the crossword puzzle that strengthens vocabulary about where people live and who they live with.
Take items from our purses, wallets, bags. And practice saying "this is a _____" Other will ask "What's that?"