Grade: 6 “b”
Timing: 45 min
Aims: 1) practical: to present new words and expressions; to motivate pupils to use modal and multi-part verbs in speech;2) educational: to enlarge pupils’ outlook; to present the notion of parties, celebrations, and dress code;
3) developing: to develop students’ ability to answer instantly;ability to catch a specific information while listening. To develop an ability to predict the main theme of a dialogue basing on key words.
Objectives: 1) To use key words to talk about parties;2) To listen to a radio program to check predictions and to use important words and phrases to aid comprehension.
3) To use multi-part verbs.4) To practise interacting in social situations, giving advice and congratulating people.
Aids: Opportunities textbook, Language Powerbook, a modal verbs worksheet, CD, Smartboard.
Learningoutcomes: Students will understand that should is the appropriate modal verb to use when giving advice (not must or have to). Learners will be able to talk about preferences and give opinions as well.Home task: Language Powerbook; Ex-s on p 27-29; Ex-s 1-2 p 30
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GreetingGood afternoon dear students! How are you doing today? I hope that you are in the mood for work becausetoday’s stuff demands a lot of attention and effort!Warm-upWhat is the date today? What is the day of the week? Do you like today’s weather and why? Speech drillTexas taxes tax usEXPLANATION OF THEGRAMMAR(SHOULD)Pre-speaking activitybarbecue ['bɑ:bɪkju:] – a meal or gathering at which meat, fish, or other food is cooked out of doors on a rack over an open fire or on a portable grillfancy['fæn(t)sɪ] dress – an unusual or amusing costume worn to make someone look like a famous person, fictional character, or an animal, esp. as part of a theme at a partyhouse-warming ['haus,wɔ:mɪŋ] – a party...