Teaching Practice 5
To provide clarification, review and practice of adverbs of frequency in the context of routine
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of every day routine
To provide specific information and detailed listening practice using a text "Are you an early bird or a night owl" in the context of every day routine
Procedure (33-45 minutes)
T writes adverbs of frequency on a board in a random order and asks which of them students have encountered. T draws a cline, marks 100%, 80% 60% and so on. T connects hardly ever and 20% Instructions: Work alone and match the adverbs with the percentage numbers. (Use gestures to ensure Ss understand the instructions) Ss work individually. Peer check. Group feedback: Elicit answers, make sure all students participate, not just the strongest ones. CCQs: What part of speech are these words - noun, verb, adverb? Adverbs. Mark on a board Adverbs of frequency. Drill pronunciation of the adverbs
MEANING Handouts. Ex.2 p 28 Instructions: Look at the questionnaire. CCQs: Do you remember a survey you did yesterday? Yes. Is a questionnaire the same? Yes. Read the title. An early bird and a night owl. Show me them in the picture. Does a night owl wake up early? No, it loves sleeping in the morning. Does an early bird wake up early? Yes. Just like people: some people wake up early in the morning, some people are active at night. Okay, let's do the questionnaire and see who YOU are. 2 min. After students do the questionnaire, they work out the score and read their profile. (3 min). Instructions: Compare your answers with your partners. How many answers are the same ? Work in Groups of 3, you have 2 min. Whole class FB. FORM T writes on a board : They come late. and I am late. Where's the verb? Elicit the verb, mark it in both sentences, then ask : Where do I put sometimes - before the verb or after? Elicit correct form for both sentences. PRONUNCIATION Where is stress in the sentence? Pair work Elicit, mark pronunciation on a board, drill it using back-chaining.
ex. 5 Unjumble sentences . Instructions :Make sentences with these words. Peer check. Instructions: Are these sentences true for you? Change them, make them true for you. Talk to your partner. T provides an example.
T elicits /How often do you...?/ which was used in the previous lesson. Ss mingle and ask each other questions from the list. Instructions: Ask your classmates any 5 questions from the list and answer. Do demonstration. ICQs: Who do you talk to? Everybody (use gestures). If there's time left, introduce subject and object pronouns (p.29, ex . 5) Instructions : Find and underline pronouns in a questionnaire.