To provide clarification, review and practice of Present perfect tense in the context of traveling
To provide gist, specific information and detailed listening practice using a text about Jealousy and traveling in the context of traveling
Procedure (23-46 minutes)
Teacher will type on the board (jealousy) and ask the students if they know the word or not, if they know elicit the meaning of the word if not teacher will explain the meaning. Then teacher will ask 3 questions : 1) Are you a jealous person? 2) Can any body remember a time when you were jealous? 3) Who do you think are more jealous, men or women?
Teacher will play a record for a couples who are planing on going abroad for a vacation. Students will listen first for finding which city the man didn't visit before , then listen again for answering 3 questions.
Teacher will ask the students if they know which tense that used in the last record. they probably wouldn't know so the teacher will clarify the target language which is present perfect I/We/You/They + have + Past Participle. He/She/It + has + Past Participle. And teach them what is the positive , negative and question forms.
Students will complete a chart about the positive ,negative and question form then check with the teacher. Then teacher give the students another exercise which is complete a dialogue since they learned the target language so this exercise is to make it stay in their heads.
Teacher will teach the students about the contractions and it's definition which is a word made by shortening and combining two words. Words like can't (can + not), don't (do + not), and I've (I + have) are all contractions and also ('s) = has in present perfect but can also be (is) or possessive ('s) and write an example on the board: He's been to Japan = He visited japan and came back. He's gone to Japan = He's in Japan now. Before typing the meaning of each sentence make the students guess the meaning first.
Students will solve 8 questions about the writing the contractions of has/have in the positive or negative form.
Students write 3 sentences about your self or someone you know using what they learned today present perfect and contractions.