To listen for specific information through a context of conversations.
To review simple present tense third people in negative sentences. To clarify the meanings of free time activities' vocabulary.
Procedure (46-57 minutes)
- Asks Ss 'do you like weekends?' and get some answers from the Ss. -Write 'never, sometimes, always, often' on the w/b and asks Ss to write sentences about what they do on Sundays using these time phrases. T ask a S What do you always do on Sundays as an example and get an answer. -Ask Ss to talk about their sentences and find if they have same sentences.
- Give Ss the HO1 and ask Ss to tick the phrases they know. - Give Ss the HO2 and ask them to match the phrases with the pics. - Ask Ss to work in pairs then ask and answer questions about these free time activities. - Write go swimming and go dancing on the board and show the rule go + Ving - Drill listen to music-listen to the radio, go swimming-go dancing.
-Show Ss the picture and Ask where is Paul? Who are Alison and Erin? and ask them to guess. -Tell Ss that we are going to listen to Alison talk about Paul to her friend, Vicky. Give them the HOs and ask them to choose the correct answer while listening. -Then ask them to peer-check.
-Ask Ss to work in pairs and ask 'What does Paul do in hi free times, do you think?' and choose 4 activities from the previous exercise. -Then listen and peer-check if their guesses are correct or not. -Give Ss the Ho of Alison's speech and tell them that we will listen Alison's part again and look at the linking between consonant(b,c,d,f etc.) sounds and vowel (a,e,i,o,u) sounds. Give example : the people at the weather station all work six days a week and show the linking. -Tell Ss to find four examples of consonant-vowel linking in Vicky's part, in pairs.
-write the sentences on the board and the rules. Paul works in Antarctica. He watches a lot of sports on TV. He doesn't like the job very much. She doesn't talk to him very often. -Elicit the rules. In positive sentences with he/she/it we add??? (-s or -es) to the infinitive. In negative sentences with he/she/it we use ???? + infinitive. -Ask Ss ' when do we use don't ? when do we use doesn't?'
- Ask Ss to speak about other people's free time activities that they wrote at the beginning of the lesson, in groups. Give an example, Ayse goes often swimming, on Sundays. Then the things that they don't do. Give an example, Ali doesn't go swimming on Sundays.