Verb "to be"
To provide practice of verb "to be" in the context of personal information
To provide pronunciation skills
To provide listening skills to differenciate between to be and possesive 's
Procedure (38-54 minutes)
Teacher checks students' names. Demonstrate talking about oneself.
Teacher sticks a picture on himself/herself. Tells the students to ask questions and answer them. Drills students' sentences. Provides written forms if necessary.
Students work altogether. They give information about people in pictures, they form sentences for each picture.
Students to the practice on their coursebook. Teacher elicits answers by nominating.
Students work in groups. They get cut-up prompts and a sheet to write sentences using the given prompts. Students switch groups and check their answers. Teacher elicits answers during or after monitoring.
Teacher gives examples regarding the two topics in the class. Elicits answers. Gives prompts on the board. Students work individually to write sentences with the prompts given. They mingle and check theier answers. Teacher elicits answers either during or after monitoring.
Teacher writes sentences on the board. Nominates students to read them. Drills.
Students listen to the track. Answer questions in Exercise 3. Teacher elicits answers. Drills.
Teacher gives prompts on board. Students make sentences. They check their answers in pairwork.