To provide clarification and practice of relative clauses in the context of things you can't live without
To provide gist reading practice using a text about technology in the context of things you can't live without
Procedure (31-47 minutes)
- T shows a picture refer to technology and asks SS : -what can you see in this picture? computers/mobile/technology -what the technological thing do you use the most ? - do you like technology? why?
-T gives the SS a quiz about technology, with clear and direct instructions, asks SS to work individually. -T monitors. -SS check their answers in pairs, then T provides an answer key on the board.
-T gives the SS same quiz and highlights the target language and ask students to have a look at the highlighted statements and elicit information.
- T sets the contexts by providing examples referring to relative clauses and elicit information from SS and clarify meaning. - T writes the sentence on the board and clarify the form. -T refers that we use who/that ---> people // which/that----> things // whose---->possessions // where/which/that + preposition -----> place /// Time----->when
-T asks students to fill the gaps using words from the box and to use relative pronouns in the second gap. -T demos the first one and SS do the rest. -T monitors. -SS check their answers in pairs. -T provides a feedback and an answer key.
-T asks SS to work in pairs and match other words from he box to the prompts and link them with relative pronouns. -T demos the first. - T gives a feed back and provides and answer key.
-T gives SS folded colored cutups that have different names of people/places/time/things and divide SS into two groups, one student will take a paper read the name, others will try to use relative clauses to give information about that name. -T demos and gives clear instructions. -T monitors. -T gives a feedback