Amira Ghorab - 29 Feb 2020 - TP2
Elementary level level
To practice the grammar of adverbs of frequency in the context of the daily routine of someone living in Okinawa.
To provide practice in speaking in the context of daily routine.
Procedure (35-47 minutes)
*Show the Ss a picture of a palace called ''Okinawa" and ask them if they know this place. *Show the Ss another picture of a man who lives in this place and ask them to imagine the daily routine of this man and also ask them about his age and nationality.
*Give the Ss a paragraph that contains the TL. *Ask the Ss to check their answers about the daily routine of this man, his age and nationality. *Provide exposure through the discussion of the students' opinions.
*Ask the Ss to focus on the highlighted words in the text. *Tell the Ss that these words are adverbs of frequency and ask the Ss to work in pairs to arrange these adverbs in the given chart. *Clarify that these adverbs are not arranged in the text.
*Use the chart on the board to clarify the adverbs of frequency. *Tell the Ss that the adverbs of frequency tell us how often and how many times something is done. *Ask the Ss some questions using "how often" to elicit their answers from the text. *Use CCQs to check their understanding of the meaning. Then, hide the sentence and drill pronunciation. *show the Ss some sentences in which the adverbs of frequency are used in a different form in order to elicit the form of each example from the Ss.
*Give the students an activity in which you ask them to complete the sentences with the adverbs of frequency in the box. Ask them to work in pairs to answer. Then, check the answers with the whole class. *Give the Ss another activity in which they should put the sentences in the correct form. Ask them to work in pairs to answer, then check their answers with the whole class.
*Give the Ss a task that includes some sentences, then ask them to add the adverbs of frequency to these sentences to make them true about their daily life. * Ask them to work in groups and speak with each other. *After that, ask each student to tell something about his partners.