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Lucky Day? LEVEL: beginners, 4rd year of study
TEXT BOOK: Snapshot, Ed. Longman
TOPIC: LUCKY DAY?
LESSON AIMS:
- To develop Ss' speaking competences
- To revise and reinforce grammar concerning past simple, past continuous, past perfect and time clauses
- To encourage speaking and comprehension skills
OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson the Ss will be able to:
- Use correctly the revised grammar problems
- Use the new words and phrases in particular circumstances
- Create their own situations and deal with new circumstances in a conversation
TIME: 50 min
SKILLS INVOLVED: speaking, writing
AIDS: textbook, blackboard

Stages:

Activity 1: Warm-up (3min)

Teacher's activity: T enters the classroom, greets the Ss, asks them how they are, if there are any Ss miss ing. T remembers the task for the day, ex. 1, 2 pg 19 from the textbook and asks Ss to review it quickly to make sure there were no problems with solving it at home. T corrects the mistakes, if any.
Students' activity: Ss greet the T, answer the questions and in turn read the exercises.
Class management: whole-class activity
Skills: speaking, reading

Activity 2: (5 min)

Teacher's activity: T asks Ss to read the article and choose the correct answers in pairs. In pairs, Ss check their mistakes.
Students' activity: Ss choose the answers then check in pairs.
Class management: whole-class activity, pair-work
Skills: speaking, reading

Activity 3: (5 min)

Teacher's activity: T points out the example in the SB: to amaze (verb), amazing (adjective with -ing), amazed (adjective with -ed), amazement (noun) and asks the Ss to complete the chart in pairs. Then T elicits the answers from the whole class, paying particular attention to spelling and to noun endings.
Students' activity: Ss complete the chart in groups.
Class management: group work activity
Skills: speaking

Activity 4: (5 min)

Teacher's activity: T points out the example in the SB: She looked at him in complete amazement. and asks the Ss to complete the sentences with the correct part of speech from the verbs: amaze, excite, frighten, please, horrify, surprise and thrill. Then T checks the answers with the whole class.
Students' activity: Ss complete the sentences in pairs, then check the answers with the whole class
Class management: whole-class activity, pair-work
Skills: speaking

Activity 5: Phrasal Verbs with Give (5min)

Teacher's activity: T shows Ss the example in the textbook. Ss are asked to look for another example in the article. T checks with the whole class give up (= stop) work. T asks Ss to complete the sentences on page 125 with the correct form of give away, give out, give back, give up or give in and then goes through the answers with the whole class.
Students' activity: Ss perform their task.
Class management: pair-work, whole-class activity
Skills: reading, speaking

Activity 6: (5min)

Teacher's activity: T writes on the blackboard: He was watching the National Lottery live on television. He found out that he had won ₤ 1.7 million. and elicits the names of the tenses in the grammar snapshot from the whole class
Students' activity: Ss answer the questions.
Class management: pair-work
Skills: reding, speaking

Activity 7: A Strange Vanishing Act (5min)

Teacher's activity: T preteaches essential vocabulary: to vanish and missing person. T asks the Ss to fill in the gaps in pairs with the correct form of the verb. T goes through the answers with the whole class and checks Ss understand another dimension and encourage discussion: What do you think happened?
Students' activity: Ss perform the task.
Class management: whole-class activity, pair-work
Skills: speaking, writing, reading

Activity 8: How Do You Explain It? (5min)

Teacher's activity: T asks students to to explain several amazing situations: a woman in a business suit throwing a brick through a car window, a smartly dressed woman looking through a dustbin, a man climbing in through his dining room window, a young man crawling on his hands and knees with his head bent down looking at the pavement.
Students' activity: Ss solve their task.
Class management: whole-class activity
Skills: reading, speaking

Activity 9: Comprehension (5 min)

Teacher's activity: T aks the Ss to read the text and the statements and in pairs decide true, false or don't know. T goes through the answers with the whole class
Students' activity: Ss perform the task
Class management: pair work
Skills: reading, speaking

Feed-back: (5 min)

Teacher's activity: The T shows the Ss the example in the textbook and asks them to make similar conversations for the given situations.
Students'activity: Ss perform the task
Class management: pair work
Skills: reading, speaking
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Date Added: 21 May '08


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