Student Teachers weird
To provide practice of must have, cant have, might have, may have, could have. in the context of Weird and wonderful
To provide product practice of a Vocal story presentation using the pictures provided in the context of Weird and wonderful
To provide fluency speaking practice in a Discussion about weird photographs and using the target language of Must have, cant have etc in the context of Weird and wonderful
Procedure (43-53 minutes)
Project "Weird" on the board. Elicit from Ss what the word means ... What is weird? Show weird and normal photo, Hands up if you think picture A is weird? Hands up if you think picture B is weird? Discussion why is Picture A weird? Round the room what did you think about the picture?
Ss match the beginnings and end of sentences Ss are given strips of paper with a beginning and end in pairs Ss match beginning with the end FB. Ss then feedback on the board write up their endings.
Ss are given the words "could have, might have" etc on cut out pieces of paper. Picture and example text is projected. (Demo) Ss are given the printed "Weird Pictures" Ss discuss in groups of 4 (1 picture per SS, 1 for WG discussion) using words given Feedback: A picture and a person are chosen to give an example from their picture, any incorrect sentences written up for group correction
Ss use the photos and words to talk about their picture with a partner. Ss then choose three of the pictures in pairs to create a story, Ss take notes. Ss then present their verbal stories to class.
Tt Takes notes of any incorrect use of language as Ss present Tt then writes mistakes and some good examples of sentences on the board Tt Nominates Ss to come to the board and change any errors to WG