Grammer: To review the differences between present perfect and past simple tense.
To enable sts to have listening and speaking activities
Procedure (31-43 minutes)
T asks sts their opinions and tastes about fashion. The T hangs the pictures of famous fashion designers on the walls and ask sts their point in common. By indicating Lindka Cierach picture T emable sts to recall their prior knowledge about Lindka Cierach from previous lesson.
T gives the hand outs to sts which contains two stage listening practice. Sts work in pair, answer the questions happen to be found on the exercise and make a peer-check according to listening practice.
T elicits the difference meaning of present perfect and past simple tense from sts. T projects two marker sentences one is in (the past tense the other one is in the present perfect tense) from the reading text and aks CCQs to sts as: - Do they happen now?, In the past? In the future? -Which sentence has a finished action? -Which sentence gives us an idea about an experience in the past? T gives a hand out to sts which contains some questions about the reading text which enables T to carry on elicting and clarifiying. Then T clarifies the form of the structure. T finishes the clarification stage by drilling one of the marker sentences and effectuating finger technique.
T distributes HO to sts, they fill the gaps individually twith past participle form. Then sts peer-check with their partners. This is followed by a whole class feedback.
Sts continue with the second part of the exercise which allows them working with their peers. Sts make an interview by using past simple questions. Then T receives the feedback from the whole class.
T gives ICQs to sts and group them into three. While sts have a discussion about question "Have you ever brought something that you've never worn? What was it?" T monitors them and takes notes about errors and gives feedback about them.