All over the world
To provide clarification and practice Nationalities in the context of all around the world.
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of all around the world.
Procedure (40-20 minutes)
1- The teacher greets students and asks them how they are doing. 2- The teacher shows some pictures of actors from over the world and asks Ss. " What do see here in these pictures?" 3- Ss work in pairs. "Now work in pairs and tell your partner about your favorite foreign actor." 4- open class discussion and asks every group about his partner's favorite actor.
1- Contribute activity1 and ask Ss to guess the country of the flags. " Now, in our first activity, which country are the flags?" 2- Ss work individually. 3- Ss work in pairs. " OK, guys! check your answers with your partner." 4- Open discussion and elicit answers.
1- shows pictures of some famous people. " Where is he from?" Ss answer: America T: and he is..? Ss answer: American T: very good... 2- ask CCQs: America is a place or a person? Place - American: Is this a place or person? Person. T: and we call this place ...? Country! - T: what do we call people in this country? nationality! - T: very good 3- Explain the difference between Country and Nationality. - Country: an area of land which is controlled by its own government, people and, king. - Nationality: a large group of people with the same, origin, language, etc. 4- Write Counterires and nationalities on the board. 5- T clarifies that all nationalities are (adj) and capitalized. Pronunciation: (show word stress. 6- Drill the pronunciation.
1- contribute activity2 and ask Ss to complete the table with country or nationality. " In this activity, you will complete the table with nationality or country." 2- ask ICQS: will you answer with your partner or alone first? OK. you have 3 minutes. 3- work in pairs. " check your answers with your partner /... then I give them answer key to assure their answers.
1- Contribute activity3. " in this activity, discuss these questions with your partner.....Do you know anyone of a different nationality? Where's he/she from? 2- Open class discussion. " could you tell me about your partner's foreign friend?"
1- ask CCQs: are country and nationality the same? No T: who tell me the difference? 2- Error correction: I heard some of you said Foreign Countries wrong. 3- correct their mistakes and recap the lesson quickly.