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Aya Hosam TP3
Elementary level

Description

In this lesson, students are going to learn about the present simple: negative and yes/no questions.

Materials

Abc Flash Cards
Abc "Tick the sentences" worksheet ex 5a

Main Aims

  • By the end of the lesson students will have practiced the negative form of the present simple tense and yes/no questions in the context of daily routines.
  • To provide practice of Present simple: negative form

Subsidiary Aims

  • To practice action verbs and everyday activities
  • To practice time phrases

Procedure

Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

T asks the students what do they do after the course. Then ask two or three students yes/no questions about what they do on Fridays. Students ask each other what they do on Fridays.

Exposure, Highlight and Clarification (8-10 minutes) • To present the TL in context. To clarify the form and pronunciation of the TL

*T plays the previous listening to the students once more. T elicits the yes/no questions in the context of the conversation between Freddie and Jeanette to present the negative form of the present simple tense. For example, "Does Freddie and Jeanette work at the same office?" -No, they don't. "Do they go to the cinema?" -No, they don't. Then T asks students two more questions using the pronoun I and you. For example, "Do you take the course on Friday? -No, we don't. "Do I teach you Arabic?" -No, you don't. T models two of the yes/no questions and their negative answer, "Do you take the course on Friday? -You do not (don't) take the course on Friday."Do I teach you Arabic?" -I do not (don't) teach you Arabic". SS drill the questions and the negative form of the present simple tense. T writes two negative answers on the whiteboard to elicit the form. For example, You (subject) don't (auxiliary) take (Verb-infinitive) the course on Friday. T asks CCQs to check to understand: Is it present, past or future? -Present is the word "don't" positive or negative? -Negative Is the verb in the infinitive form? -Yes

Controlled Practice (10-12 minutes) • To provide students with controlled practice of the target language

1st part of the activity: T demos exercise 5a on page 26. T tells SS to tick the sentences that are true for themselves. T demos the first two sentences. -I study English, do you all study English? -Yes. So, tick. -I watch Tv every evening, do you all watch Tv every evening? -Yes. So, tick T asks CCQs, - Are you going to write anything? No, you tick - And which sentences are you going to tick? -The ones that are true for you 2nd part of the activity: After SS finish, T demos the second part that is concerned with the sentences that are not true for them. -I phone my family every day, is it true for you? -No. -So what do we write? -"I don't phone my family every day". T asks CCQs: - Do you write the ones that are not true for you? - yes. After that students compare their answers in pairs and see if they have something in common.

Free Practice (10-0 minutes) • To provide students with freer practice of the target language and to promote fluency

1st part of the activity: each student takes one card with columns "Activity and Names" on it. T demos the activity by going around and asking students if they do these activities. If yes, write their name beside the activity. if no, don't write the name and move on. Students go around, ask yes/no questions and write the names that do the activity in their free time. After that, T asks yes/no questions for feedback

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