Teaching Practice 3- 04.08.2017- 1.30 p.m.
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.
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 (33-42 minutes)
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.
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.
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
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.