Grammer part: Simple Present Question
American English File 1: 3B level
To provide clarification of the simple present question form
To practice how to make simple present questions
To provide practice how to change simple present Sentence to question form
Procedure (21-32 minutes)
Students play a game in groups of two: guessing the animal card of their friend, using simple present questions. Checking the instruction given to students by asking ICQ questions. ICQs: Are you going to ask with (is it) or (does it)? Are you going to guess the animal?
Elicit some examples of simple present and write them down on the board. Add Do & Does at first of these sentences and make them question. teach the difference between the second person and third person (Do & Does). Clarify that when the subject is (He or She) we delete the (s) after verb. Clarify that when the subject is (He or She) verb (has) changes to (have) & (does to do). Ask some CCQ questions about the difference between do & does CCQs: Say some simple present sentences and ask students to change them to question form. Ask students by which subjects we should use does.
Play the audio (2.14) and ask students to drill the sentences chorally after the audio.
Write down examples provided by students and ask them to discover the form. The form is going to be written on the board.
tell the students to do the exercise of grammar bank on page 129 parts A & B Ask some ICQs: part(A): Are you going to fill in the blanks with Do & Does? Then students' answers will be checked by reading the sentences one by one.
In groups of four, students will play his job, her job choosing jobs from page 154 vocabulary bank. Ask questions to guess the job.