Language Focus 1: Defining relative clauses
To define relative clauses through exercises of everyday objects and places.
To re-iterate relative clauses to the class using various methods
Procedure (54-79 minutes)
to get students to think about the things that exist now but weren't around 20 years ago. using the WB i will get each student to think about what maybe around now that wasn't here 20 years ago. so maybe get a few ideas and then get them into pairs and to compete with each other to think of 10 items.
They will be familiar with some relative clauses i expect but we will get them to enhance their knowledge in regards to this area. they will become more familiar with words like who, which, where and whose.i will also check there spelling and pronunciation as added extras.
the language here to understand is relative clauses and when they should be used.
i will use examples and the workbook to ensure all students understand what relative clauses are about and how they can be used.
to define what relative clauses are and how they can be used. Ss must be able to know what they are and when to use them in everyday language. Grammer here is very important and they must be aware of words such as where, who, whose and which.the difference between subject and object as well as active and passive must be known to the students.
The students will match the words with sentences in pairs and discuss what it may have been like to not have those things that today they take for granted. To give examples of real life situations where a life was saved and where a life wasn't saved. to make students realise the importance of what they have now and how important it is.
here a game will be set for the students to think about and write 10 items they have today which weren't around 20 years ago.some fun to get the students in the groove.