Kamila Mammadova: Functional Language TP-8
To provide clarification, review and practice of language used for direct and an indirect questions in the context of offering help
To provide inference, deduction, gist and specific information listening practice using a text about offering help in direct and an indirect questions.
Procedure (48-65 minutes)
-T asks Ss: "do you like to help others?" "What kind of help have you offered?" -T gives Ss time to discuss -T elicit answers from WC
-T tell Ss this lesson deals with making offers and requests and helping others. -T focus Ss to the ex.1 and asks Ss to discuss about the questions -T elicit the answers as a WC -T focus Ss to five photos and elicit answers what they show -Ss listen to conversation on ex.2 and decide which photo it relates to (a bar of chocolate) -Ss listen again and answer the questions on ex.3 -T asks Ss to check the answers with other -T elicit the answers from WC
-T asks Ss: "How do you start sentence when you offer a help? -T highlights that people often make request in an indirect way. T gives an example "Do you have any chocolate?" instead of "Can you give me some chocolate?" -T asks: "Why do you think that is? -T asks Ss if people make request n an indirect way in their language and culture
-T asks Ss :"How do you ask if you want to help?" -T encourage Ss to answer "Would you like..?", "Would you like me to..?" "Do you want me to...?," Do you want..?" -T clarify the meaning difference between "offering things" and "offering to do things" -T clarify also the forms of "offering things" and "offering to do things" -T writes on a board: "would you like a coffee? -T underlines the request form and coffee. T clarify that coffee is an a noun and object of this sentence -T writes on a board: "Would you like me to bring you a coffee?" -T underlines the form and "to bring you a coffee" to show the verb.
-T asks Ss to listen to four more conversation and match them to the other photos in ex.2 -T elicit answers after Ss have compared them -T replay the recording so Ss can complete the sentence in ex.6,pausing it after each answers is given -T gives Ss time to check their answers with others before elicit answers as a WC
-T focus Ss to ex.7 and asks to identify indirect and direct requests -T asks Ss to match the requests in A to similar in B -T gives Ss time to check their answers before elicit the answers as a WC
-T focus Ss to ex.8 -T aks Ss to work in pairs -Ss reply to the indirect questions in ex.7