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verb to be (2): negative, yes/no questions
Elementary level

Description

In this lesson, the S will learn (through Skype) vocabulary about numbers 0-20, phone numbers, jobs and a and an articles. The students will learn also grammar by going through verb to be (2): negative, yes/no questions. At the end of this lesson, the student will be able to say the numbers 0 through 20 he will be able also to talk about phone numbers and jobs and finally the student will be able to use verb to be in the negative form and answer yes/no questions.

Materials

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Main Aims

  • To provide clarification of Verb to be: negative, yes/no questions in the context of In the coffee break
  • To provide clarification of Numbers 0-20; phone numbers; jobs; a and an articles in the context of In the coffee break

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide gist and specific information listening practice using a text about In the coffee break

Procedure

Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage student

The T will play a short video (Star-wood hotel introduction) After the video is finished, the T asks: "What was the video about?" The T tries to elicit the context from the S. After eliciting the context from the S. The T asks: "What might you need to ask the receptionist when you go to the hotel?"

Pre-teaching the vocabulary (4-7 minutes) • To teach the S about numbers

The T moves to Ex.1 ans asks the S to say the numbers from 0 to 20. The T drill the numbers.

Listening Task #1 (4-8 minutes) • To provide student with less challenging gist and specific information listening tasks

The T moves to Ex.2 The T: "OK now you will listen to 5 conversations A-E. Write down the hotel room numbers." FB: S to T

Listening Task #2 (5-8 minutes) • To learn phone numbers

The T goes to the next exercise (Ex.3) The T asks the S: "How do we say those numbers. Note: in phone numbers we say "oh" for 0 and double two for 22." FB: Listen and check.

Controlled practice for phone numbers (3-6 minutes) • To practice phone numbers

The T asks the S to listen carefully and write the phone numbers. T: "Listen and write the phone numbers." FB = S-T After finishing the exercise (Ex.4) The T asks the S about his phone number. T: "What is your phone number?"

introducing a and an (4-8 minutes) • To introduce a and an articles

The T shows a list of words (Ex.5) and ask the S to tick the words that he might knows. The T drill the vocab. Then the T moves to Ex.6 and ask the S to fill in the gaps. T: "Look at the jobs in the previous exercise. Then complete the rules with a or an." FB = S-T

Controlled practice for a and an articles (4-8 minutes) • To practice articles

The T moves to exercise 7 The T sets a time limit of 3 minutes to complete the exercise. T: "OK, You have 3 minutes to complete the exercise." FB: S-T

Listening Task #3 (4-8 minutes) • To provide student with a challenging specific information listening tasks

The T continues to the next exercise (Ex.8) T: "OK. Now you need to listen carefully and fill in the gaps." FB: AK

Highlighting the target language (7-14 minutes) • To highlight the target language

The T shows to the S an exercise (9). he asks the S to complete it. FB: S-T

Clarifying the Target language (3-6 minutes) • To clarify the target language

-Clarifying the form of the sentence. Example: We aren't from Australia. We aren't or we are not (The Subject) from (Preposition) Australia (Country) - Drilling the target language.

Controlled practice (5-10 minutes) • To practice the target language

The T gives the S Ex.10 T: "Now you have 7 sentences. Tick the sentences that are true for you. Make the other sentences negative." FB: S-T

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