CELTA - TP7 - Grammar - Past simple passive
To provide clarification of past simple passive in the context of the narration of historical events
To provide process writing practice of a report in the context of the invention of some everyday modern objects
Procedure (37-49 minutes)
T shares screen and shows a form that students need to fill out and sends them in pairs to BoR to fill it out. T says: - Are you good at identifying fake news? Well, now you have an opportunity to prove it. - Please go into BoR in pairs and help each other respond the questions on this form. - You have 4 minutes. T pastes link into chat - Please open the forms now, before I send you to BoR. - Everyone has it? - ICQ: How long are you going to BoR for? [4 min] - Here we go. T sends students to BoR in pairs
T plays the audio and asks Ss to verify the veracity of their guesses from the prior form. T says: - Let's now listen and verify if you answered the questions correctly: > AFTER playback finishes, T asks students which question was the trickiest Ss talk in OC about thier experiences filling out the form. - Let's listen one more time, but this time let's pay attention to the form of the sentences. - What tense or structure do you notice? - Let's listen.
T uses inductive questions to elicit the type and tense of the sentences: . - What tense or structure did you notice? - Was the subject at the beginning of the sentences? - Were the sentences in the past, present or future? T models one sentence in present simple passive: - The moon is made from the same chemical elements as the Earth. - Who made the moon?
Form contains 3 questions about Meaning, 3 about Form and 3 about pronunciation
T clarifies any doubts with CCQs: - Do we use passive voice to narrate soccer? No? Is it because it is important to know WHO the doer is or do we use active voice for that? - Do we use simple past passive to narrate the exact timing of events when we know it was well defined or do we use past perfect passive for that? - What verb do we use in front of the past participle of the main action verb? To get, to become? - If we decide to mention the doer: What preposition do we use? At or by?
T asks students to talk about fake news and corrects their mistakes. T provides DEC