To provide clarification and practice of present perfect tens- questions in the context of musical experiences
To provide gist and specific information listening practice using a text about musical experiences in the context of concerts
Procedure (45-51 minutes)
Teacher greets the students. She shows them some photos from different concerts and asks them which one they would like to go.
Teacher tells students that they will listen to a dialogue between two people and they will try to figure out what kind of music they like. Then the teacher gives the students a handout and wants students to listen to the beginning of the conversation and wants students to pick the correct verb forms. Then they will check the answers in pairs.
Teacher gives the students a guided discovery handout and wants student to fill out the tasks by looking at the examples in the listening activity. They will work on the handout individually and they will have 5 minutes to finish the task. When they finish, they will check their answers with their pairs and when they finish checking their answers, the teacher will give them the answer key of the handout.
Teacher gives the students a gapfill activity. The students will try to fill in the gaps with the correct form of the verbs in present perfect tense. They will have 3 minutes to finish the activity and when they finish they will check the answers with the teacher.
The students will work in groups of four. Teacher gives students scrambled words and wants students to put them in order and form questions in present perfect tense and stick them on the board. They have 5 questions They have 4 minutes to build the questions. Teacher will give the students correct form of the questions and they will check each other's questions.
In groups of four, they will ask the questions that they've built in the previous task each other. The teacher will give feedback on the language when they finish their task.