Sharing simple personal information
To provide clarification, review and practice of language used for sharing information in the context of meeting
To provide specific information listening practice using a text about sharing information in the context of meeting
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of meeting
Procedure (45-55 minutes)
T displays the picture on page 21 and asks T: LOOK AT THE PICTURE AND TELL ME ABOUT IT. DO THEY KNOW EACH OTHER? ARE THEY FRIENDS, HUSBAND AND WIFE, GIRLFRIEND BOYFRIEND? WHERE ARE THEY? WHAT DO THEY TALK? WHAT DOES SHE HAVE IN HER HAND?
T present the vocabulary. T: EMPTY: POINT AN EMPTY CHAIR AND SAY THIS CHAIR IS EMPTY. BUT THIS ONE IS FULL. IS IT FREE? OR IS IT TAKEN: YOU GO TO A CAFFE. ALL THE CAHAIRS ARE FULL. YOU SEE ONE TABLE. THERE ARE TWO CHAIRS AND ONE CHAIR IS FULL THE OTHER IS EMPTY. WHAT DO YOU SAY FIRST. CAN I SIT HERE, PLEASE?: THE PERSON SAY IT IS FREE. WHAT DO YOU SAY? OF COURSE, IT'S OK, NO PROBLEM: HE ASK YOU CAN I SIT DOWN. WHAT DO YOU SAY? BEAUTIFUL: YOU SEE A GIRL. YOU SAY WAWWW. NICE: YOU LIKE A PERSON. WHAT DO YOU SAY? TOO: YOU ARE FROM TURKEY. I AM FROM TURKEY.... FAMOUS: SOMETHING OR A PERSON EVERBODY KNOWS, BRAD PITT, AJDA PEKKAN MARRIED: ARZU HAS A HUSBAND. ARZU IS SINGLE: OPPOSITE OF MARRIED CALL:, PHONE: T MAKES A GESTURE OF CALLING T: LOOK AT THE PAGE 22, PART 2 MATCH THE WORDS WITH DEFINITIONS DO IT ALONE CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER T reveals the key. T: LOOK AT THE QUESTIONS ON PAGE 22, PART 3A READ THE TEXT AND ANSWER THEM DO IT ALONE CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER T reveals the key: D, E, A, B
T: READ THE TEXT AND FIND THE QUESTION SENTENCES DO IT ALONE CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER T revelas the key: CAN I SIT HERE, PLEASE? WHERE ARE YOU FROM? WHY ARE YOU HERE IN AUSTRALIA? WHAT ABOUT YOU? IS SYDNEY THE CAPITAL OF AUSTRALIA? ARE YOU MARRIED? ARE YOU SINGLE? CAN I CALL YOU IN SYDNEY? T: WHAT ARE THE YES/NO QUESTIONS WHAT ARE THE INFORMATION QUESTIONS? T writes on the board "Yes/No Questions and information question". T writes "Yes/No Questions" "Information questions" Are you married? Where are you from?(Information country Are you single? What about you? Can I call you in Sydney? Why are you here in Australia?( information about reason) T asks the question " ARE YOU MARRIED? TELL ME THE ANSWER( YES, I AM, NO, I'M NOT) T writes on the board " Do you work?" T asks " DO YOU WORK?" IS IT A YES/NO QUESTION?(YES) TELL ME THE ANSWER(IF THE STUDENTS ANSWER LONG, T ASKS THE SHORT ANSWER, YES, I DO/NO, I DON'T) T writes on the board " (+) Short answer and (-) Short answer. T fills it with " Yes, I do,You do, He does, We do", No, I don't, You don't, He doesn't..."
T shows the hand out "Write the short answeres" T: LOOK AT THE QUESTIONS WRITE THE SHORT ANSWERS DO IT ALONE CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER T reveals the key. T shows the handout" write the questions to match the answers". T: THEY ARE THE ANSWERS WRITE THE QUESTIONS. DO IT ALONE CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER T reveals the key. T creates role play. T pairs man and woman together T: YOU ARE ON A TRAIN ONE OF YOU WANTS TO SIT OPPOSITE TO YOU LOOK AT THE QUESTIONS ASK THE QUESTIONS HAVE A CONVERSATION WORK IN PAIR T monitors and write the errors made by the students for error correction.
T:LOOK AT THE PAGE 23, PART 5 LOOK AT THE FIRST ONE, FIRST ONE MATCHES PICTURE 6 MATCH THE SENTENCES AND THE PICTURES DO IT IN PAIRS T reveals the key: 2=5, 3=1, 4=4, 5=2, 6=3 T: LOOK AT THE PAGE 23, PART 6 LISTEN TO THE AUDIO WRITE THE NAMES WRITE WHERE THEY MEET CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER. T reveals the key: 1) Aleyna and Emma, at the gym 2) Melissa and Marco, at a party 3) Lidya and Lana, in a park 4) Sally and Chan, at an art class 5) Tolga and Lotte, on the street. T asks the questions below. T: WHERE DO YOU MEET NEW PEOPLE? HOW DO YOU MEET NEW PEOPLE?(Friends introduce new people, our friends' friends) T tells the the students T: LOOK AT THE PAGE 23, PART 7 TELL YOUR PARTNER WHICH ONE IS GOOD TO MEET NEW PEOPLE. TELL YOUR PARTNER WHICH ONE YOU PREFER.