Narelle Brownlie / TP3 Version 2 / Dialogue
To practise speaking for fluency in the context of dialogues.
to highlight the importance of pronunciation and stress for meaning and emphasis.
to practise the present simple tense in statement and question formats
Procedure (32-45 minutes)
T will demonstarte a short Puppet Show 'Narelle & Muffy". T will pose questions and the character Muffy will respond. T asks M to introduce himself and then invites him to a party. He states that he does not like people, likes to be alone, never attends parties, sometimes goes to restaurants and always goes for a walk 'alone'. CCQs - Does M like parties? Why/Why not? Does he like people? What does he like? Is he a people person? What is a people person? What does 'alone'mean?
T draws a timeline - 0% to 100%. Writes the following words on the board. 'Always','Sometimes', 'Usually' and 'Never'. Refers to Muffy Dialogue and asks Ss to complete.
T introduces a W/S titled 'Personality Quiz'. T advises that there are questions relating to various activities. T explains that there are two parts 1) answer question 1 with a tick or a cross 2) answer question 2 by adding up points. T advises students to complete in pairs and advises a 10 minute time limit ****ICQs - How many parts? What do you do? How long do you have to complete? Next, T opens a discussion forum. Allows approx 5 mins Do you agree / disagree with your results? Why / Why not? Can you give me examples? Do you like to be alone or with people?
T refers to the activities listed in the Personality Quiz. Drilling - "Do you want to go............? Yes, sure!.............No, Sorry! Vary the versions - " Does he/she.....Do they......
T tells Ss that they are now at a party. T gives each student a character - name tag and invitation card. T advises Ss that they need to stand up and introduce themselves to other characters in the room and invite each other to an activity. T models an example with a student. "Hello, my name's John. How are you? Do you want to go for a coffee? Yes, sure! Where? OR No, Sorry, I'm busy! - T advises 10 min time limit - T tells students to speak to 2 or 3 different people
T asks random students / WC What does he/she want to do?Why? Do we like parties? YES!