Artist, actor, athlete
To provide practice of Can/Can't
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a Ss work in pairs to ask questions to each other. in the context of Things they can do
To provide clarification of Action verbs
To provide gist reading practice using a text about artist, actor, athlete. in the context of deaf, blind, disabled.
Procedure (41-55 minutes)
-Tell the students two things you can do. For example, I can drive a car. I can speak Turkish. -Tell Students to write down three interesting things they can do. Walk around and help them with the vocabulary. -Put students in pairs to say what their abilities are. In feedback, ask some students to tell the class about their abilities. - Test before teaching by using mime to elicit action verbs.
- Ask students to look at the pictures. Ask, What are they doing? -Play the recording. Ask students to match verbs to pictures. Let students check their answers in pairs. - Play the recording again. Students listen and repeat.
-Students read an article individually about an artist, an actor and an athlete and what they can do. - Ask students to look at the photos. Ask, What are their jobs? What can they do? - Ask students to complete the sentences with a name in pairs. - Students will check their answers from the answer keys posted on the wall.
Teacher explains the grammar in details as it's shown on the Whiteboard paper.
-Students find mistakes in the text and correct them. - Students compare their answers with a partner before listening to the recording to check their answers. -Play the recording to students to check their answers.
- Students walk around and ask each other with Can/Can't as shown in the paper they will have. - They will write the name of the student before staring with game.