to be - negatives and plural subject / q and short answers TP3
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of people and places.
To provide review, practice and clarification of to be negatives and plurals and questions with short or yes / no answers. In the context of people and places.
Procedure (42-57 minutes)
T writes, "Are you in London?" on WB elicits from S No we're in Istanbul. T writes, "We aren't in London, we're in Istanbul. T asks group which they think is positive and negative.
T provide Ss with cut outs with the different forms. T asks in groups to identify the positive and negative forms in groups. T asks the group which are positive and which are negative and gets Ss to take turn to place cut outs on the WB.
Provide Ss with they text used in the previous lesson (HO). Ask Ss to circle the contractions of the verb to be. Get Ss to check answers in groups. Discuss as a whole group where the contractions in the text are.
Each student is provided with Gap-fill HO. In groups they will fill in the gaps. The Ss in pairs will then check there answers are correct. Listen and practice saying the sentences. Drilling
Explain that they will get two opportunities to listen to each sentence. Ask students to fill in gaps. Get Ss to check in pairs. Get Ss to feed the information back to the teacher. Ask the Ss in pairs to underline the contractions Allow Ss to listen to recording again to listen for the contractions.
Tack the prompting questions to the WB. Drill pronunciation and stress. Start by demonstrating the task by going through the first section 'Tom and Alice' with WG. Explain to Ss that they should not show their HO to their partner. ICQ Provide the students that are the stronger students with HO A so they can start the conversation (see anticipated problems for reasoning). Provide weaker S with HO B. Allow students to start task and monitor.
T takes notes on mistakes made during speaking stage. Correct the errors made. This may require more pronunciation drilling.