Present Simple Passive
To provide clarification and practice of passive voice in the context of television shows
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of tele
Procedure (35-45 minutes)
- Asking students what did they do yesterday -Telling I have watched " Survivor" for the first time - Asking students to talk about the TV shows they watch in pairs
-Asking Ss to read the text and answer the 3 questions: 1. Are the people who take part in the programmes known now? 2. What are the TV viewers asked to do? 3.Who are made into pop stars in the show? - Giving HO and setting time - Peer Check - Giving FB by writing on the WB and eliciting
- Eliciting the meaning of target language through CCQs: Is this in the past, present, future? Do we know who did these things? Is it important to know who did these things? What is important in these sentences? - Clarifying the pronunciation of target language by putting stress pattern, contractions and weak forms on the board and drilling to make sure Ss understand - Breaking down the form of the model sentences and comparing them to active sentences. Asking CCQs to differentiate.
- Introducing the activity and concept checking to understand if the Ss know they will use and put in the blanks. -Pairing students for the activity, setting time and giving handouts -When Ss finish the activity' changing the sheets with other pairs for peer-check - Showing the text on the WB, concept checking for each answer and nominating students to answer.
-Dividing students into groups -Each group thinks of a reality TV Programme they watch and talks about with the help of the chart teacher writes on the board. - T monitors and gives delayed error correction
- Regrouping students according to the last two digits of their telephone number. - Introducing the guiding questions and asking groups to plan their own reality TV show - Teacher monitors and gives delayed error correction once the activity is finished - Groups vote and choose the best idea.