To provide practice of present participle form in the context of everyday activities
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of everyday activities
Procedure (45-55 minutes)
Review where are you? and rooms of the house from last week. Two teams. Tape up pictures of rooms. Hold up people and ask "where is/are she/he/they?" Correct answer gets a point.
Introduce new vocabulary (eating, drinking, working, sleeping, watching tv) Picture of each--drill chorally and individually Match big words to pictures Worksheet #1--individually matching picture to vocabulary words
1. Add he/she subject and verb to new vocabulary. Use paper people to demonstrate. He is eating She is drinking He is sleeping She is working He is watching tv 2. They are... 3. I am... 4. You are...
What is he doing? (What's he doing?) What is she doing? What are they doing? (What-r they doing?) What are you doing? Write on board. 1. Drill the questions, repeating. 2. Ask the question, with paper people 3. Pass pictures, ask the class what is he doing? ask the person what are you doing? 4. Pass pictures in a row. One person ask the next one, what are you doing? the next answers, I'm ___. Turn to the next, what are you doing? etc.
Error correction: Which is correct? worksheet 2