Face2Face,Pre-Int unit 8B,page 63.ex 8,9,10,11,12,13
To use infinitive of purpose in the context of listening to a recording about seeing sights and visiting places.
To listen and take short notes, and then speak.
Procedure (41-52 minutes)
Ask students some warm-up questions: Have you ever been abroad? Where have you been? Why? Have you ever been to England/London? Why? What did you see? What famous places have you been to in England? I will share my own experience in London with the sts. I will show some visuals about London eye, Cambridge university, Oxford Street, Bath. Bath is an old town which is famous for its Roman baths. Focus students on the photo on SB page 63. Elicit who the people are and where they are having dinner. Pre - teach wheel and sights.
Give clear instructions. Tell the sts that they will listen to the conversation, and answer the following questions: What advice do his parents give her? Ask sts to listen carefully and take notes. Play the recording ( SB) p 152 . Students listen and make notes on the advice that Richard's parents give Antonia. Ask students to work individually . Then, ask them to share their answers with partners. Check answers with the Whole class.I may ask 3 students to come to the WB and write the answer one by one.
Give clear instructions before you give students HOs. Give students time to read the sentences 1-5. Play the recording again, pausing if necessary to allow time for students to write. Students listen and do the exercise. Students check answers in pairs . Check answers with the class.
To say why we do something, we often use the infinitive with to Ask students some questions for elicitation. Why do you come here? Why do you you computers? Why do you go to the bank? Why do study English? Give students the worksheet on infinitive of purpose. ask them to check the answers with partners check the answers with the whole class.
Ask students to underline the infinitives of purpose in the sentences in 9. Students do the exercise on their own. Check answers with the class.
Students work on their own and write six places they have been to. They can write the names of countries, regions, towns, or cities. Ask students to work in pairs. Take turns to to ask your partners why he/she went to these places. Continue the conversation if possible. Why did you go to Izmir? To swim. Ask students to tell the class one or two places they've been to and why they went there. inner and outer circles ( speaking game) / Controlled speaking practice activity.
Tell students that some friends are coming to visit them. students make notes on six unusual places the friends should go in their city or country and why they should .