Group 1 - [8.08.]
To provide clarification of modal verbs in the context of countries
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of rules in different countries
Procedure (64-85 minutes)
Ss check in pairs. OC. Ss do the test individually. Check in pairs. OC.
You know that in every country there are some rules. What rules do you know?
Ss do Ex. 1 individually. Check in pairs. OC feedback.
Clarify: must - necessity, mustn't - prohibition. If we say must, do we mean that it is a rule? Yes. If we say mustn't, do we mean that it is forbidden? Yes. Focus on the form in a sentence, negation and question. Pronunciation. - Complete office rules - listen to pronunciation track #22 Do we pronounce 't' in mustn't? No. Clarify 'needn't' - no necessity.
Ex. 10 - in pairs. Ex. 11 individually. Check in pairs. OC.
Ss work in pairs/groups. This is my friend Tom. He is coming from the USA next week and he has asked me to tell him about the Ukrainian culture and what people must and mustn't do in Ukraine. Especially, foreigners. Please make a list of 6 things he must know about. e.g. you mustn't kiss a person on the cheek when introducing yourself. You have 5 minutes for this. Switch the places and share your ideas. Make 1 list out of 2 lists. OC. Feedback on accuracy.