To provide review and practice in the use of present perfect and the present simple in the context of laughter
Listening. To practice listening for gist and specific information in the context of listening to four people talking about things they bought but never worn
Speaking. To practice the the present perfect and the presnt simple
Procedure (35-44 minutes)
T shows Ss a video of a man laughing hard. T Shows students a picture of a man laughing so hard. T asks Ss to discuss the following questions 1 "Have you ever laughed so hard that you cried?" 2 When was it? T ask Ss to discuss these two questions in pairs. T gets some answers from students.
T Shows student two picture (Pic of a map, a famous actor) and ask students the following questions: 1 Have you ever been to the United States? When was it? 2. Have you seen his new film? When was it? T discusses with the students the meaning and compare between the present perfect and the past simple. T asks students about the meaning of "ever" (at any time)
T divides Ss into 3 or 4 groups. T asks students to work in small groups to categorize sentences according to what tense they are i.e. present perfect or present simple. T gives WCFB.
T gives student ex. 3-a. T tells Ss to listen to track 2.26 and answer the question. T tells Ss that we have one extra item. T asks ICQs. Are we listening or reading? Listening Are we working in pairs or individually? Individually T asks Ss to compare their answers with a partner. T gives WCFB
T gives Ss ex 3-b T tells students that now we need to find what was the problem with the clothes. T asks Ss to listen and write 1-4 in the boxes. T ask students to compare their answers with a partner. T gives WCFB.
T tells students that they need to finish exercise 6-a T asks students to start asking questions 1-8 and try to find somebody who says Yes, I have. Then ask them the past simple questions. Students should go around the class and talk to two or three people. T model the first sentence with a student. T asks ICQs: Are we working in groups? No Are we asking one person only? No T circulate between Ss, take note on some errors and correct them on the board.