To provide clarification and practice of frequency adverbs in the context of meals
To provide Ss with practice speaking for fluency in the context of food.
Procedure (13-35 minutes)
T introduces the words "meal" and "lunch" by saying: breakfast is a meal. Tell me another meal. What do I have at 1 o'clock ? T inroduces dinner in the same way.
T provides the Ss with task 1 page 47 and asks them to read sentences individually. T tells Ss that they are going to listen to four people saying where they have lunch and to write the correct number 1.2.3 or 4 in front of the correct sentence. Ss check their answers in pairs before T provides answer key on the OHP. T uses ICQS to check if the Ss are on the right way.
T provides the students with Task 1b and asks them to complete sentences in pairs with the words from the box( sometimes never always usually) Students check the answers in groups T plays the recording 2.3 for students to check.
T provides the students with the frequency adverbs line 0%------------------100% and asks them to place the adverbs of frequency in the right position. to check understanding,T asks Ss why they did place the adverbs in such positions. If needed T shows the answers from the teachers book. T draws Ss attention to the position of the adverbs in the sentences. T write the following labels(subject/adverb/verb/object) on the board and asks them to place them under the sentences in 1b ( Peer work) T provides feedback. T writes the frequency adverbs on the whiteboard Checks if they can pronounce them well. T highlights stress T uses back chaining for students to pronounce the sentences in 1B T ICQs after every instruction given to Ss.
T provides Ss with task 2 a and asks them to complete the 6 sentences with (always-usually, sometimes or never) to make them true for themselves. T monitors Ss while they are working. when students finishes they tell their answers to the other person next to them. T uses ICQS.
T gives the students pictures of foods from coursebook p 32, and asks them to talk TO Their peers about them using the adverbs of frequency.