Celta 7th TP
To provide review and practice of clothes and colours in the context of "It's my favourite!"
To provide clarification and practice of functional language "what is your favourite...? and my favourite ... is...." in the context of colours and clothes
To provide gist listening practice using a text about clo in the context of "It's my favourite"
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of favourite color and clothes
Procedure (39-50 minutes)
One studens stands in front of the board. Ask Ss to tell what s/he is wearing.
Show the pictures of people from the book and post them on the board. Introduce the people and ask them to listen and put the people in order they hear them. After putting them in order give them the pieces of papers on which parts of clothes written. In pairs, they will post the clothes on the board. Listen the words and drill them. Cover the picture of people on the board by posting another paper on them. Ask SS whether they know colors. Show the color cards and ask them to tell the color. Ask Ss to work in pairs and ask eachother the colors of the objects on the worksheet. Questions are about the clothes on the board. Show the pictures by removing the paper on them and they will check their answers.
Ask ss to listen the text again and find "What does each person never wear?" " What do they like? Check their answers.
Write on the board what do you never wear? What is your favourite colour? Ask a few Ss and drill the questions.
Ask them to work in pairs and ask " what do you never wear?" and then change the partners. Give ss worksheet and ask them to fill in the blanks with this, these, my, who or what. drill the sentences.
Ask students to practice in pairs and ask each other what is your favourite colour? and what are your favourite clothes?
Give them worksheet and ask them to write questions with the words such as what's your favourite colour and who's your favourite actor? Then, they stand up and ask the questions to each other .
Write the students' errors on the board and ask them to correct them.