Teaching practice 3
This lesson will be a grammar focus in the 3rd (he/she) person presnt simple analysing both positive and negative sentences.
Students will reflect back to the previous lesson and looking at picures depicting daily routines they will get further practice in reading in detail
Procedure (41-57 minutes)
Look back at previous lesson at the daily routines and make ss notice the use of the 3rd person he/she and go through carol's routine on the pictures. Show ss pictures
Ask ss to look at the words in the box, ex 3 a, and try to elicit the meaning from them university, midday, midnight, before 10.30, after 10.30 and about 10.30.
Give ss HO of page 39. First look at ex 3b, make ss read the exercise. Do a WC demo of how to do the exercise looking at carols routine on pg 38. Make students work in pairs to complete the exercise. Get FB and make ss write the answers on the WB
Elicit the bolded verbs from page 39 from ss write them on the WB, she HAS breakfast, she LEAVES, she WORKS, she FINISHES, and GETS, she GOES, and SLEEPS. highlight the use of each verb for example, has - have, leaves - leave, works - work, finishes - finish, gets - get, goes - go, sleeps - sleep. Elicit from ss what we need to do with the verb on the WB with he/she - +s and highlight some of the spelling variations have - has, leave - leaves, finish - finishes, go - goes.
Look at ex 6 page 39, with ss. Explain to ss the third person form of the verb and do an example on the WB Make ss work in pairs and do the exercise. Monitor and then get feed back.
Draw attention of ss to activity 3b and make them have a look at the phrase she Doesn't like mornings! Elicit a few examples from ss and highlight the form.
Have a look at Tom's routine with ss and read through together as a WC and then make sure the ss understand what they need to do in this activity. Put ss into pairs and do the activity Monitor through out the exercise. Get FB and write the answers on the board.
If time - look back at carols routine and make ss say a sentence each about her routine.