Jessica Jessica

TP 3 _ Grammar_09/22/2020_45min
Upper Intermediate level

Description

Face2Face Upper Intermediate Student's Book (Redston, C., & Cunningham, G. (2013). Face2Face Upper Intermediate Student's Book (2nd ed). Cambridge University Press.) p. 18-19

Materials

Main Aims

  • To introduce and practice "be used to" and "get used to" in the context of experiences and situations.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of being/getting used to (doing) something.

Procedure

Warmer/Lead-in (5-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

1 MIN (Set stage) + 2 MIN (BOR: Discussion) + 2 MIN (OCFB) = 5 MIN TOTAL - https://tinyurl.com/yylhc28b In breakout rooms, please talk about the following: 1. Something you are used to doing during the week (walking the dog after lunchtime, cleaning on the weekend, etc). * ICCQ: How long is the BOR Discussion? 2 min.

Highlighting (8-8 minutes) • To draw students' attention to the target language

1 MIN (Set stage) + 4 MIN (Read) + 2 MIN (BOR: Compare answers) + 1 MIN (OCFB) = 8 MIN TOTAL - Read the article and answer the question. -- https://forms.gle/JzdXDLKcLWJQB6AA6 --- ANSWER KEY: https://tinyurl.com/y3vcvw7k * ICCQ: How long do you have to compare answers? 2 min.

Clarification (10-10 minutes) • To clarify the meaning, form and pronunciation of the target language

1 MIN (Set stage) + 5 MIN (MFP) + 4 MIN (DEC) = 10 MIN TOTAL - https://tinyurl.com/yylhc28b -- Scenario: You move to a country where they drive on the left. You plan to live and work in this country for 4 years. 1. Will you need to get used to driving on the left? Yes. - To get used to something means to become familiar with something over a period of time. Something is less strange or less difficult over time. 2. After a year, do you think you will be used to driving on the left? Maybe. - To be used to something means to be familiar with something. Something is no longer strange or difficult. -- FORM: - get used to + noun/pronoun/verb+ing 1. Is it a completely new situation or action? No. 2. Was it difficult, strange, or uncomfortable in the past? Yes. 3. Is it completely easy, familiar, or comfortable now? No. 4. Do you need more time to find it easier, familiar, or comfortable? Yes. - be used to + noun/pronoun/verb+ing 1. Is it a completely new situation or action? No. 2. Was it difficult, strange, or uncomfortable in the past? Yes. 3. Is it completely easy, familiar, or comfortable now? Yes. 4. Do you need more time to find it easier, familiar, or comfortable? No. --- Both can be used in any verb form. --- The form of used to doesn’t change in questions or negatives. Drag & Match Task: -- Present simple: I’m used to staying in these wonderful tents now. --- We use the present simple to talk about something that is true in the present. -- Past simple: I certainly wasn’t used to the lumps of fat…. --- When we talk about something that happened several times in the past/was true for some time in the past, we use the past simple. -- Present continuous: I’m slowly getting used to it. --- We are talking about something which is new and contrasts with a previous state. -- Present perfect simple: I still haven’t got (UK)/gotten (US) used to Airag…. --- We use the present perfect simple to talk about past actions or states which are still connected to the present.

Controlled Practice (8-8 minutes) • To concept check and prepare students for more meaningful practice

1 MIN (Set stage) + 4 MIN (CP) + 2 MIN (BOR: Compare answers) + 1 MIN (OCFB) = 8 MIN TOTAL - https://forms.gle/WwYqgXYxMDKDabUJ8 -- ANSWER KEY: https://tinyurl.com/y5rxcfrz --- EXPLANATIONS: https://tinyurl.com/y54qcpze * ICCQ: How long do you have to compare answers? 2 min.

Free Practice (8-8 minutes) • To provide students with free practice of the target language

1 MIN (Set stage) + 5 MIN (BOR: Discussion) + 2 MIN (OCFB) = 8 MIN TOTAL - https://tinyurl.com/yylhc28b 1. Something you are getting used to at the moment (e.g. more COVID-19 restrictions). * ICCQ: How long is the BOR Discussion? 5 min.

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