Teaching Practice 7
To provide students practice with past simple negative sentences.
To provide listening practice by making them listen to improve pronunciation.
Procedure (32-43 minutes)
Context: Ss see a picture and elicit sentences about it. Teacher will check previous knowledge of Ss about simple past tense. He will write two sentences on the board from text and asks Ss which sentence is correct. He lived in England. He live in England. Then he elicits a negative sentence and familiarize students with the negative sentences.
Teacher explains Ss structure of simple past negative sentences. S+didn't+V1. He elicits some examples on the board to highlight its structure. He writes some examples on the board to highlight its structure. Then he instructs Ss to read an article and write four Past Simple negative sentences they find in the article. He gives them article. Ss work in pairs and then the check their answers. Teachers asks them CCQs for the feedback.
Ss work in groups and do a gap-fill activity. This activity is to check if Ss use base form of verb or the second form after didn't. Teachers posts gaps against the wall and students wall crawl to do this activity. Then they listen a recording and pronounce the sentence they hear. They drill three sentences.
Ss are asked to tick the sentences that are true for them and make other sentences negative. Teachers hands in handouts and Ss do the activity in pairs. Teachers posts the answers on the board and Ss match their answers for the feedback.