malak malak

TP 2b
Intermediate B1 level

Description

In this lesson students will learn about the present perfect simple with for/since and the present perfect continuous with for/since through guided discovery based on a listening task.

Materials

Abc Projector (Pictures of Verbs of State and Verbs of Action)
Abc Handout 4b
Abc Handout 4a
Abc Handout b (cut up sentences)
Abc Handout 2b
Abc Handout 2a

Main Aims

  • To provide clarification and practice of The present perfect simple with for and since and the present perfect continuous with for and since. in the context of Changing lives.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide fluency speaking practice in a Conversation in the context of Changing lives.

Procedure

Lead in (5-6 minutes) • To generate interest in the topic and context of the listening.

T will ask the Ss some questions about charity and tell them about his personal story based on charity for the purpose of building rapport. T will provide Ss with HO 2a to match questions with the answers.

Listening task (2-3 minutes) • Listening for specific information. To contextualize and introduce the target language.

T will provide Ss with HO 2a to match questions with the answers.

Hilighting target language. (7-7 minutes) • To highlight the target language so that learners are focused on it.

Ss will work in pair to discover the difference between the forms of the present perfect simple and the present perfect continuous and check their answers in group. I will project pictures illustrating 2 types of verbs; state verbs and verbs of action. Ss will ellicit the verbs from the visual pictures.

Clarifying target language. (15-20 minutes) • To: Clarify meaning, pronunciation and form so learners understand it.

T will use MFP to explain the form and meaning of the present perfect simple and continuous with for and since, and clarify some pronunciations. T will clarify the difference between the state verbs and action verbs and their use with since and for. Also, T will explain how 'for' is used to describe a period of time and 'since' is used to describe a point of time. T will play a game with Ss in groups, giving them cut up correct sentences to reassemble them as the puzzle game.

Lnaguage practice. (10-10 minutes) • To provide free oral practice and use the language productively.

T will stick circles in the walls with a question inside. T will ask Ss to mingle and write in each circle one answer. T will divide Ss into pairs and ask each person to interview their partner using 3 questions, but basically using at least one question consisting of the form 'How long have you...' as far as the present perfect continuous with for and since is concerned. Each pair will change the circle once finishing.

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