Teaching practice 4
To introduce and revise modal verbs: obligation, necessity, prohibition through a text about tipping restaurants.
To provide gist reading practice using a text about Tipping in restaurants
To provide speaking practice using modals of obligation and advice.
Procedure (30-41 minutes)
The teacher shows a comic strip about tipping at a restaurant on Google slides. The T instructs students to get in pairs, read the comic and discuss the questions about tipping. Do you normally leave a tip in restaurants? How much do you leave? T nominates a student to give answers in OCF.
T assigns one slide per student. Learners read the paragraphs and put them in order. Learners compare the answers in Breakout Rooms T leads OCFB to show the correct order.
T shows the article ordered. T nominates students to read each paragraph. T draws students' attention to the highlighted expressions. Learners match the highlighted phrases to their meaning. Learners are asked to check other verbs that could be used for 1, 4, and 5 meanings.
T shows students 5 statements about the highlighted phrases from the article. Students take turns to match each statement to the corresponding phrase. T asks students what other examples they can find in the article to match the statements. Students share ideas as a whole class. T asks CCQs 1. Do you know what these phrases have in common? 2. What do we call these expressions? Modals 3. What do they mean? Obligation, Necessity, Prohibition and Advice 4. What do you know about Modal Verbs? They are helping verbs. / They don't take verb forms. Meaning: T asks students what Modals of Obligation, Necessity, Prohibition and Advice mean. Learners share additional verbs for modals of obligation, necessity, prohibition and advice. T explains some important information about these modals. Form: Students read examples and check Grammar Bank information. T remarks the use of modals: bade form of verbs used/ negatives/ Pronunciation: T shows a slide with 5 modals studied in class and their phonetic transcriptions. T nominates students to match each one. T leads choral drilling.
Individually students work on a Google Form to practice the use of Modals of Obligation and Advice In pairs, students compare answers and justify choices. T leads OCFB
T shows students the slide with a speaking boardgame: Three Things Students get in pairs and take turns to roll a die and play the speaking boardgame. T monitors breakout rooms. T leads OCFB and DEC.