Countries and Nationalities
To provide review, clarification and practice of Countries and Nationalities in the context of Traveling
To provide accuracy speaking practice of questions about Countries and Nationalities in the context of Traveling
Procedure (47-60 minutes)
-T Shows students a picture of a plane and letting them guess the topic. - T asks questions as : Do you like travelling? Did any one here travel before? what is your favorite country? What is the best country to travel to? -Praise SS and tell them today we are going to talk about countries and nationalities.
- T divides SS into 2 teams, each team chooses a name and for them. - T shows SS a picture of the world map, T models one continent and puts it on its right place - T asks 3 volunteers from each team to come to the board and do the same - T divides the board into 6 sections for the 6 continents by pictures. - Each team will have 6 pictures of countries. -T sets a competition between the 2 teams. -SS go to the board by turn and see who is faster to put every country in its continent. -There will be a winner team, clap for them.
- T shows a country picture. - T elicits the name of the country from its map and flag, shows the word stress, then drilling. - T clarifies that all countries are (nouns) and capitalized. - T asks what we call the people in this country?, elicits the nationality, shows the word stress, then drilling. - T clarifies that all nationalities are (adj) and capitalized. Pronunciation: (show word stress and intonation). England: ɪ́ŋglənd English: ɪ́ŋglɪʃ America: əmɛ́rəkə American: əmɛ́rəkən Italy: ɪ́təlɪj Italian: ɪtáljən India: ɪ́ndɪjə Indian: ɪ́ndɪjən Spain: speɪn Spanish: spænɪʃ Turkey: tə́ːkɪj Turkish: tə́ːkɪʃ France: frɑ́ːns French: frɛ́nʧ Russia: rə́ʃə Russian: rə́ʃən China: ʧɑ́jnə Chinese: ʧɑjnɪ́jz Japan: ʤəpán Japanese: ʤapənɪ́jz Germany: ʤə́ːmənɪj German: ʤə́ːmən Egypt: /ˈiːdʒɪpt/ Egyptian: /ɪˈdʒɪpʃən/
- T does Chest Modeling and gives instructions to SS like, China ; Chinese. - T asks ICQs like, will you answer with your partner or alone first? - SS complete the country with the Nationality alone first, then check their answers with their partners. - T writes the answer key on the board so they can check the spelling too.
- T divides SS into A & B. - T gives instructions about how will they discuss the questions like, - T gives students A & B questions about travelling and countries. - SS discuss these questions in mingling by switching pairs. - T monitors SS with no interruption, catches their mistakes, writes them on the board, then clarifies the correct pronunciation to them by drilling after finishing the discussion.