While teaching some vocabulary which will be based during the next lesson Sts will be exposed to There is and There are though out the paragraph only in positive form.
To provide review and practice of places names in a city or a town through out a paragraph about Susan.
Procedure (32-46 minutes)
To engage Sts into the subject T asks the question Which city do we live in? elicits the answer Istanbul and writes it on WB. Then asks Where are we now? and elicits the answer "school" and writes it on WB. Questions continue with airport, building, museum, shopping center, bus station. T sets the context while brainstorming about the words Sts have already known. T lets sts look at the pictures without looking at the definitions for testing, at this stage no FB is required. Sts looks at the definitions and match them with the pictures. Then compare their answers in PW. In the FB stage T elicits the answer, checks the meaning with Sts one by onedoes the necessary drilling and writes them on WB.
To set the context for reading in this pre-reading stage T plays the game "Guess my home town". Writes on the board a few questions such as Is it near sea?, Is it near Istanbul? Are there any thermal baths? Are there any specific trees? How far is it from Istanbul? After the game, T elicits the words famous, great, hot springs, and mile. Drills, checks the meaning and writes on WB. Asks the Sts about the picture of Bath asks the place names which were shown in 1a.
T writes 3 questions on WB. Where does Susan live? Are there any thermal bath? Are there any good hotels and restaurants? Does she like living in Bath? and Sts start reading. Then answers the questions written on the WB in pairs. T elicits the answers. In this stage Sts will practice reading for gist by skimming the text.
T has Sts read the paragraph one more time and do ex 3b in groups and compare their answers. In this stage Sts will read again by scanning to find out the correct answers in True/False HO.
Sts write a paragraph about their city or home town. Asks Sts to tell their partners about them and lesson finishes.