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A2+ /Preintermediate level


In this course students will produce prohibition and lack of prohibition sentences using "must/mustn't/have do/ don't have to"


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Main Aims

  • To provide clarification, review and practice of modals for obligation and lack of prohibition in the context of travel and rules

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide detailed reading practice using a text about travelling


Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

T tells "time is passing and summer holiday is soon", tells students "Think you have enough money and time which country do you want want to visit." Ss discuss the question in pairs.

Reading Task (10-15 minutes) • To provide context for the target language through a text or situation

T elicits the word "crime". "If someone kills sb or steals sth, it is a c____". T teaches commit crime before reading. Pre-Reading Vocabulary: commit crime, flush, chewing gum, (T can act), pigeons (birds), ban (v), fine (punishment). T will only focus on the meaning, won't spend time on vocabulary. Ss read the text alone and answer the questions. Ss check their T/F answers with their peers.

Highlighting (2-4 minutes) • To draw students' attention to the target language

Ss underline "must" and "mustn't" in the text and answer the guided discovery questions in pairs.

Clarification (8-10 minutes) • To clarify the meaning, form and pronunciation of the target language

Ss answer the guided discovery questions in pairs. T elicits Meaning and Form - teaches Pronunciation.

Controlled Practice (25-30 minutes) • To concept check and prepare students for more meaningful practice

Ss practise the language in pairs. T uses varied feedback in this stage.

Semi-Controlled Practice (8-10 minutes) • To concept check further and prepare students for free practice

Ss will fill in the chart and compare their answers

Free Practice (8-10 minutes) • To provide students with free practice of the target language

Ss work in groups and prepare a constitution

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