present perfect tense and simple past tense
To provide clarification of present perfect tense in the context of films
To provide scan reading practice using a text about feel the force in the context of Star Wars film
Procedure (45 minutes)
The T begins the lesson by showing to the students a big poster of the Star War film but without giving the title and will ask the Ss to try and guess what movie will be disscussed. The T will then ask questions and elicit the plot of the film from the students.Once the students famıliar with the plot, T asks concept questions about the film 'Star Wars' While eliciting the plot of the film, new words will be introduced by the teacher like;' robot, allien,character, battle, evil, special effect' .T will also teach the pronounciation of the words by drilling the words. After writes the T writes the words o the board.
The T will ask Ss to work in groups and exchange information of what they know about the star wars film using the prompts in their handout sheets and Ss will be asked to share their answers with the class.
The teacher will ask Ss to focus on the article and the photo of Todd Philips. Afterwards Ss will be asked to read the article and find four things that show that he is a big Star Wars fan. When they finish their skim reading they will be asked to share their answer with the rest of the class. Following this, the teacher will ask the students to read the article a second time and answer the questions indivicually on their handout sheets. When they complete this task they will be asked to check their answers in pairs and share them with the rest of the class. They will also be asked to give their opinions of Todd Philips obsession with star wars films.
The teacher writes varios sentences in the simple past tense and present perfect tense then explains how to form negative and positive sentences in both tenses. The teacher will do this by underlining the verbs and time expressions in the sentences.on the board. T emphasizes the differance between simple past tense and present perfect tense providing model sentences.
Students will look at the article again and find four examples of the present perfect and simple past. Before that teacher will do the first one with the rest of the class as an example. Students will compare their answers with the rest of the class. Afterwards T will show some papers which some verbs on it. Ss will have to decide whether they will make sentences in present perfect tense or simple past tense.