Vocabulary - Nationalities
Grammar - be (singular) negative and positive
vocabulary - jobs
to practice listening for specific information
to practice speaking using 'be' in the context of jobs and nationalities
Procedure (109-133 minutes)
Show vocab pictures first to activate memory. Review plural forms. Give pairs a set of cards, set up demo on a table. small cards in two columns, big cards in two columns.
Elicit vowels from the students, write on WB. A: "Put the vowels in the gaps to spell the country" do first several examples together. B: Explain nationality. WB: I am from america, I am american. You are from turkey, you are turkish. "Match countries and nationalities" check in pairs.
Drill countries and nationalities together, emphasize stressed syllables, mark patterns on WB. quiz students by country.
Model stress of each pattern, "mmm MMMM" Distribute HO and have students complete in pairs. Monitor closely and have students say problematic countries out loud.
close books. student 1 says a country. student two says a nationality. switch.
guess the nationalities for A-D. "Listen and check"
HO - guided discovery. Have students complete the TOP HALF of the gap fill. Check in pairs
listen then say.
A. "gap fill". Check in pairs. B. Match sentences with pictures. Check in pairs.
"Ali Can, are you american?" WB. No, I ___ ____ American. " Is Colin Turkish?" WB. No, he ___ _____ Turkish.
bottom half of HO. Do right column first, then left column. Check in pairs.
Listen then say.
explain capital city "ankara, turkey" "Washington DC, America" "Moscow, Russia" "Paris, France" "Athens, Greece" explain singer with gestures, Tarkan explain brands: Turkcell, digiturk, koc, sabanci, coca cola, Mercedes
"What is your job, what is your occupation?" Projector: page 16 occupations image. Elicit job names. Complete matching exercise 1a
B. listen then say. C. students ask " whats his / her job / occupation" "he / she is a ____"