Celta TP 7
To provide clarification and practice vocabulary about age. By the end of the lesson students to understand and use the following lexical items related to age (elderly, pensioner, toddler, adolescent, middle aged, infant, senior citizen).
To improve students' speaking skills through vocabulary about age.
Procedure (37-45 minutes)
Show the ppt's first slide and ask them to work with their partners to guess the theme.
There are ten stages of human life on the cut-ups. Learners try to put the words in order with their pairs/groups Students check the other pair's/groups order When they finish, show them the logical order on the ppt's 4th slide.
Show them the slides about stages. CCQs, ask learners the form or the words, and drill (CCQs and words' part of speech are on the 'Lexical Analysis' sheet. Teach : in her (early) .....s / in his (late).......s Ex. She is in her (early) 30s / He is in his (late) 40s.
Straightforward, Workbook, Unit 7C, ex. Students are going to read the statements about life stages. They will match the sentences to describing words from the box. Peer Check - WC Feedback Show the answer key on the 10th slide or write the answers on the board.
Show the students 11th page of the ppt. 1. They need to think first, then decide, which stage they are in. 2. After that they need to think about advantages or disadvantages of their life stage.(2 min.) 3. They will think about which age they miss or looking forward to. 4. Stand up and share your ideas with your friends. Feedback
Students are going to talk about people they know. Follow the stages to guide the learners: 1. Draw six circles on your paper 2. Think of 6 names that someone you know. 3. Are their ages (life stages) different from each other? 4. Write a name in each circle 5. Look at your friend’s paper 6. Try to guess: Who that person is. How old is s/he? What’s her/his job? Where does s/he live? etc. 7. Listen to your partner. If your partner’s comments are false, correct them. Feedback