Lesson plan TP3
To provide practice of Saturday the morning nine o’clock week the afternoon day the evening month half past three night the week Mondays Monday mornings the weekend morning Sunday afternoon
To provide fluency
Procedure (47-62 minutes)
Ask ss questions about what do you do in the morning? \ in the evening \ at night.
The language focuses here on: time phrases with on, in, at, and every. in the morning in the evening in the afternoon at night in the week at the weekend everyday on Sunday elicit ICQs
T writes two sentences on the board and clarifies the pronunciation of the time phrases. Drilling\ MPF Elicit CCQs by asking ss about the preposition we use before days\ part of the day\ time.
Activity 1 (Vocabulary) Demonstrate the activity. Elicit ICQs Ss will practice the time phrases with on/ in/ at and every in a text (an email). Ss will choose the correct preposition. Then T asks them to check their answers in pairs. Then T gives feedback. Activity 2 (Grammar) Demonstrate the activity. Elicit ICQs. Ss will practice forming negative sentences. Then T asks them to check their answers in pairs. Then T gives feedback.
Demonstrate the activity and elicit ICQs. Ss practice the target language by choosing the correct preposition for the time phrase. T gives feedback. Then ss practice forming yes or no questions. T gives feedback. Ss ask each other these questions and collect information. T asks students to share the names they collected.
T demonstrates the activity and elicits ICQs. Ss will practice the target language through a game called snap. T gives feedback.