Vocabulary - getting on with neighbors
Grammar: articles, quantifiers
reading for specific information
Procedure (133-158 minutes)
Situation: You live in a flat and the people below you are always playing very loud music late at night, which keeps you awake. You have asked them many times not to play music after 10pm, and they agree politely, but continue. What would you do? Discuss in groups. Elicit responses. Has anything like this ever happened to you? Elicit responses.
Discuss questions in group. Give examples
read the words in bold. Discuss their meaning in groups. THEN, individually match the words in 1-6 with the words in a-f. Talk in your groups, which sentences are true for you?
Pre reading: ex 3a - read the statement and GUESS which answer is correcy. ICQ - are we reading the text? not yet Reading - read and check your answers second reading - read and answer ex 4 questions. Discuss in groups, elicit answers.
Ex 5 on projector, students fill in gaps. Ex 6, students complete the gap fill. Put on projector, each student writes 2 answers. Elicit which rule was used in each example. Article Handout
Two groups, each with a board. students make squares of paper with names on for game pieces. students take turns rolling the dice. before player moves, player picks up a card and answers the question. If correct, player may move. Explain snakes and ladders squares.
Elicit - what does quantity mean? Elicit the amount of something. Elicit examples. What is wrong with this sentence? Istanbul has cars. Ex 7A, elicit answers. projector. ex 7B, elicit answers. projector. ex 8a, elicit answers. projector. ex 8b, students discuss situations in groups. Who is the good / bad neighbor? what makes a good neighbor, what qualities should they have?
pg 70, ex 9a, 9b, 10a, 10b, 10c
exercises on projector, students fill in gaps
2 or 3 groups. give each group a set of sentences with errors. students must correct the errors. check each error before they move to the next one.