By the end of the lesson, students will have been able to use and pronounce the third person -s in verbs correctly. They will have also been able to use the negative and interrogative forms in Present Simple Tense within the context of jobs.
Students will have developed their ability to listen for gist and specific information related to jobs context.
Procedure (46 minutes)
-Greet Ss. -Hang two flags on the board and draw the Ss' attention to the topic. -Ask Ss which countries they think these flags belong to and elicit the answers.
-Elicit, concept check and drill 'flag'. Write phonemic transcription of 'flag' on the board including the parts of speech. -Ask Ss if they remember Andrew Johnson and Claudia Luke from the previous lesson and elicit the answers.
-Put the paste-ups on the board. -Students work in pairs and put the paste-ups under the right flag. -Class feedback.
Elicit, concept check and drill: 'comes, goes, earns, lives' Write them on board including the parts of speech.
-Give Ss the handouts. -Play the audio. -Students check their answers in pairs. -Class feedback.
-Give Ss the handouts. -Play the audio. - Ss check their answers in pairs. -Play the audio once again if necessary. -Class feedback.
-Give the handouts to the Ss. -Ss work individually. -Ss check their answers in pairs. -Classroom feedback. -Give answer key to the Ss.
-Draw a diagram on the board showing the positive, negative and interrogative forms of Present Simple Tense. -Model and drill sentence forms. Backchain for longer utterances. - Get Ss ask each other Present Simple questions if you have extra time.