Rasha Sayed - TP3 ( object pronouns)
By the end of the lesson, students will have practised object pronouns in the context of talking about films.
To practise reading for specific information.
Procedure (41-55 minutes)
1- Greet students. 2- Display a video of a famous romantic movie then point to some pictures in the video and ask students some questions : -Tell me your opinion bout this movie, Do you like it? -What bout the actor, Does he love her? Does he want to marry her? -What about the actress, Does she love him? at the end, Did she marry him? *If the students use short answers, ask them to reply by saying a full sentence, nominating one of the clever students to model an answer for other students.
1-Display the students the reading text with its related pictures. 2- introduce the characters in the film then point to the three characters and ask students some question: -Does Sam loves her(pointing to Molly)? -Does Molly love him (pointing to Samy)? -Does Sam love her? (Pointing to Otta)? 3- Ask the students to read and do exercise 1b. 4- Model one answer with the students then get the students in breakout rooms to answer the rest. 5-Display the answer key for the students to check their answers.
1-Ask students to complete the chart in exercise 1c. First, demonstrate one example by asking them one concept question: -Can I say " He loves I."? No 3- Give the students one minute to answer then display the answer key to check their answers.
-Take a couple of sentences from the text. For ex, she can't see him and he use her. -Write them on the white board. -ask students some CCQs about the above mentioned sentences to illicit the form. i.e. ask the students the following questions: 1- Is (he\she) a subject or a verb? 2- Is (he\she) a noun or a pronoun? 3- Is (him\her) a noun or a pronoun? 4-Does (him \her) come before or after the verb? -highlight that him and her are reduced in pronunciation when they are in a sentence. For Ex. we say /ɪm/ instead of /hɪm/ and /ər/ instead of /hɜːr/. -Drill the weak form of (him and her) with the students.
- Display five pictures of famous Arabic movies to introduce the new vocabulary such as obsession and sacrifice which determine the kind of movies. -Ask students to have a look at the movies in exercise 3a and ask them if each movie has a happy or sad ending. - Set time for the students to read the stories of these movies. - Tell the student that they have to choose the right name of the movie and the suitable phrase that describe each movie and demonstrate one answer for them. - Get the students in breakout rooms to discuss and answer together. -Give the students the answer key to check their answers.
- Display the four circles for the students. -Set a time for the students to write four names in each circle. - Give the students clear instructions and demonstrate the activity by making one of the students ask the teacher a question (What do you think …?) one from each circle and the teacher will answer choosing suitable words from the speech bubbles and vice versa. - Get the students into breakout rooms to practise in pairs. -Monitor the groups and give them a delayed error correction if needed.
- If there is enough time, ask the students to work in pairs, each student will tell his/her partner about one the movies he/she likes ,its name, its kind and why he/she likes it? -Get the students into breakout rooms and monitor them. -At the end, give them feedback.