Technology and you
Present simple- negative
Procedure (33-49 minutes)
The teacher shows the students pictures of the things they are going to hear about in the audio trak and drills the vocabulary with the students
The teacher introduce to the listening track by asking the question "Do you use the computer?" and tries to elicit the full answer (yes, I do/ no, I don't) they get to another student and ask (what about you), then students practice in pairs the sentence (I use the computer a lot/all the time. what about you?) The the teacher tells the students they are going to listen to a man and a woman talking about how much they use technology.
The teacher pre-teacher the word personal by showing his mobile phone and saying " my personal mobile phone" then pointing out to the WB and saying that it's not personal. The teacher gives the students some time to go through the sentences they are going to decide if they are true or false, the teacher demonstrates the activity and he plays the track. the students do the listening individually then in pairs they check their answers and then listen again for checking
the teacher writes on the white board the sentence " I have a computer" and gets the students to practice it then ask the question ( do you have a computer/mobile?) and tries to elicit full answers then raises the question do you have a plane, building on the answer which is expected to be 'no' the teacher tries to elicit then teach the negative form " you don't have a plane" then extend to the form 'she doesn't'. The teacher demonstrates the exercise and gives students time to work on it in pairs and discuss their answers.
the teacher gets the students attention and write on the white board " you have a computer" and " you used your computer" then tries to elicit the sentence " you have a computer and you used it" likewise he writes on the white board " I have a car" and " I don't use my car" and tries to elicit the sentence " I have a car but I don't use it".the teacher ask the students to make a guess about himself "does he have a computer? does he have car" then in pairs they try to find out which information may be correct.
The teacher demonestrates the exercise but giving an example on how to negate the setences in the exercise. the students go through the sentences and decide what they think is true then c then ask students work in pairs to do the exercise .
The teacher starts the activity by saying and now let's find out about me. do I have a computer.. and let students ask him all the questions in the exercise and some more. then gets teh students to move around and ask each other the same questions.