Seventh lesson plan
Grammar: To provide clarification and practice of question and negative form of "there is/are".
Speaking: To provide fluency. students will practise speaking skill through the context of "a good neighbourhood".
Procedure (45 minutes)
Welcome the students teacher will put some items from the classroom on the desk and remind students of the previous lesson "there is and there are". students will say: There is ............ on the desk. There are .............on the desk. Then teacher removes item by atem and try to elicit the negative form from the students. If they don't know, T will do one as a model.
Teacher draws two houses on the board and sticks the pictures of house items, some of them in Mike's house and others in Ahmad's house. Teacher says a sentence as a model with "any", eg. There aren't any sofas in Mike's house. Give students two minutes to talk about the two houses. After that, Teacher asks: Is there........? Are there any...........s? Pair work: students ask and answer about the items in the houses.
Pair work: Teacher asks Ss to rewrite the sentences using the symbols in brackets ( ). Teacher clarifies the symbols, - for negative, + for positive, ? for a question, and give a model on the whiteboard. Give students 4 minutes to do it.
Teacher asks orally about some places around here; eg. Is there a hotel near here? Students answer..... Are there any clothes shops around here? Yes,..... No,...... Try to elicit from students the answers from students. Pair work: students complete the answers.
Teacher writes on thde board: There aren't TVs in the classroom. Are there TVs in the classroom? T asks students to use 'any' in these two sentences to elicit from students. Pair work: Handout 2 will be given to students to do it. Ss have 2 minutes.
Group work: a model will be done, a teacher with a student; Are there any shops? Yes, there are. No, there aren't. Students will have five minutes to practise asking and answering about neighbourhood.
To provide feedback on students' prodution and use of language