Grammar. obligation and prohibition
To provide practice the obligation and prohibition forms and Ss learn to use them.
To provide clarification and practice of speaking about must, have to and should. To improve their awareness of the uses of obligation and the prohibition.
Procedure (45-59 minutes)
T greets Ss. T show a picture related to the obligation and prohibition. T asks to say what this picture refers to. T encourage Ss to elicit sentences related to the lesson. T gives the feedback to the Ss.
T writes the new vocabulary that might be difficult to SS. SS elicit the meaning of these words. then T give the best meaning for these words. T asks CCQS to check understanding
T gives the SS some examples about must, have to, should, shouldn't and mustn't. SS read the examples quickly to understand the whole text. T discuss the answers with the students. T give SS feedback about their answers. T give the rule for students.
T elicits answers in ex. 26, 27. T gives written sample of target language. T practices pronunciation to some words. T plays listening 4.4, 4.5 to clarify the two situations. T highlights the forms of obligation and prohibition.
T give Ss some practice to clear the idea about the obligation and prohibition. To make sure that the teacher achieved his target.
T asks Ss to do activity C to check they are understanding target language. Ss work in groups T checks answers.
S work in groups and ask each other about examples of obligations and prohibition. S practise using have to/must. don't have to/ mustn't. General feedback.