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Teaching Practice 3- 04.08.2017- 1.30 p.m.
A1(2) level

Description

In this lesson students will practice asking and answering about possession.

Materials

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Main Aims

  • Students will be better able to involve the listeners to their conversation.
  • The students will be better able to ask and answer about possession fluently by turn taking.

Subsidiary Aims

  • Students will be better at using the determiners they have learned in previous lesson.
  • The students will practice and extend the words they have learned.

Procedure

Context setting (8-10 minutes) • to familiarize the students with the context and activate their schemata

T tells the students that she has a really messy son- at the same age as them T explains the word messy using visuals T explains that her son's table is always a mess T asks the students to guess what he has got on his desk. T pairs up the students and asks them to think of 5 items he might have on his desk. T shows the items one by one and if the students have the same item they stand up.

Presentation of language (3-5 minutes) • To provide a model for students for their speaking

T puts the Ss in groups of four. T hands out the phrases and sentences and tell them to form a dialogue. Ss drill the dialogue.

Semi-controlled practice (5-7 minutes) • to practice the question and answer form of the structure

T gives the instruction that they are going to compare two rooms and find out differences just by speaking. T pairs up the students, hands out the worksheet. Ss ask and answer questions to find out the differences. Fast finishers will write down the sentences

Free Practice (17-20 minutes) • to provide more and personalized practice

T explains that they are going to draw their desk at home, and adds that it doesn't have to be the actual one but imaginary. T delivers piece of paper and sets the time. T pairs up the students. Ss do the picture dictation in turn. If time allows, T asks Ss to compare their tables as feedback.

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