To provide clarification and practice of language used for giving an opinion in the context of things we like and do not like
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of things we like and do not like
Procedure (42-55 minutes)
To engage students to the context. T shows some pictures of common objects like football, cat, dog, flowers, Italian food and a car. Then asks students the name of each object in picture and asks " What do you think of .....?".
T gives students questionnaire. Than explains should find one person for each piece of criteria. They do this by asking each other questions begin What do you think of......? When they find who matches the criteria they write their name on paper. Students continue until they find and write one name for each thing on the sheer. ICQ: Do you write many names on each criteria?
T shows sentences from ex 1 p 72 and draw intonation arrow on each phrase. Then T models the pronunciation and intonation and drills the students. Then T asks students to do ex 2. the answers will be checked with the whole group.
T gives students a sheet with questions that is on ex 2 p 73 and asks students to walk around the class asking each other and find 3 peoples opinion. at the end T asks students about other student's opinion.
T divides students in to three group and writes categories on the board Food, an actor, a singer, a TV programme, a sport. and students in group should make sentences What do you think of....? I love.... I do not love...