object pronouns lesson
To provide practice of the object pronouns in the context of romantic movies.
To provide gist reading practice using a text about classic love stories.
Procedure (35-45 minutes)
Ask them some questions.For example, is it a comedy or tragedy? Show them the video of "Ghost" movie. Ask them if they know the movie. Show them a part of it. Ask if they know the type of it (whether comedy, action or horror)
Divide them into two teams. Give them the story. Give them cards of the subject pronouns. They will read the story and stick the subject pronouns on the object pronouns. Each group will check the other group's card.
write a marker sentence on the board. Elicit from them the meaning of the object pronoun. Show them the written form. Highlight the difference between the subject pronouns and the object pronouns. repeat the sentences.
Read the text and underline the sentences that include subject and object pronouns. check in pairs. Give them key answer sheet. .
Give them the worksheet which includes bubbles and they will fill it with their favorite actors, actresses TV shows and bands. In pairs, they will ask each other" what do you think of ......?" " I think he is great, amazing, fantastic, awful etc." If there is extra time, I will let them tell reasons and talk more in details about their favorites.