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Cambridge CELTA Teaching Practice

Trainee: _Ng Kit Meng_______________________ Date: _30_/_6__/_09 Level: Intermediate Length: 30/40/60 m Aim: by the end of my lesson, students will be able to

TP: __2__ Slot: 1

Lesson type: Language: G

Ask and answer questions to find out about each other. They will know the names of (most of) their classmates and will have shared some personal information.

Evidence (How will I know I have achieved the aim?): By monitoring the ss as they are doing the Find someone who activity I will be able to hear if they are asking questions and using accurate questions forms.

Materials HO’s of ‘Find someone who … ‘ task (from tutor)

Contributed by <Teacher’s Name>
© The British Council, 2009 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. We are registered in England as a charity.

g. I will not concept check the meaning of these structures. the Language. The ss’ pronunciation of question forms may not be accurate. Therefore.Cambridge CELTA Teaching Practice Context: Anticipated Problems (e. present perfect and past tense (but see anticipated problems). Assumptions Ss will know most of the lexis on the worksheets. T will drill the question forms for better pronunciation. and musical instrument Some ss may know the different forms of the present. T will check the question forms prior to ss starting the Find someone who task. yoga. Topic. We are registered in England as a charity. Management.g. . Contributed by <Teacher’s Name> © The British Council. e. Activities. Learning Styles) Solutions Most ss many not have accurate usage of the question forms especially with use of the auxiliary verb. 2009 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations.

. I do. We are registered in England as a charity. No. I do + not (don’t) Do/Did you + bare infinitive ? Points I want to develop in my teaching Contributed by <Teacher’s Name> © The British Council. 2009 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations.Cambridge CELTA Teaching Practice Language Analysis Key structure/lexis/function Analysis of meaning (include concept questions) Analysis of form Analysis of pronunciation features Present Simple Question Do you like football? Asking about statements of fact Do + you + bare infinitive ? Yes.

2009 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. . We are registered in England as a charity.Cambridge CELTA Teaching Practice Contributed by <Teacher’s Name> © The British Council.

We are registered in England as a charity.Cambridge CELTA Teaching Practice Whiteboard Layout Contributed by <Teacher’s Name> © The British Council. . 2009 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations.

.Cambridge CELTA Teaching Practice Timing 2 mins. Setting up context T asks “Do you all know each other? Are you all friends?” ( Ss – no ) Ok – today we’re going to find out a little about each other. Aim To introduce everybody to the class & build rapport. Stage name Introduction Procedure T says ‘hello’ and tells his/her name and writes this on WB. What Q can you asks? ( T waits ) ( Ss = where you live etc ). Interaction T-SS 1 min. T elicits poss. Q form from ss by asking “ I want you to find this person. To contextualise and introduce task. Find Someone Who …. Pre-speaking T writes sample statement from FSW task on Language whiteboard: focus e. . 2009 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. T-SS 7 mins. T-SS Contributed by <Teacher’s Name> © The British Council. We are registered in England as a charity. likes football. T accepts the most suitable or near enough to the most accurate. To focus ss on the language needed or task.g.

you can ask-Do you like football? T says ‘ You can discuss the questions with the ss sitting next to you’ Te elicits a few poss. the one that we did just now. came here today on LRT. : . T repeats this with another example from the task sheet. We are registered in England as a charity. For example. to find someone who likes football. T shows HO to Ss & explains task.Cambridge CELTA Teaching Practice T (re)models this and then says “Everybody’ (Ss repeat after the T)..g. 2009 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. Q from the ss and writes them on the WB. (Poss.. E. Q from the ss) How did you come here today? Did you come here by LRT Contributed by <Teacher’s Name> © The British Council. SS-SS . T says ’You must think of some appropriate questions for these sentences.

Cambridge CELTA Teaching Practice . . (Poss. Q from the ss) What other languages that you can speak? Can you speak other languages other than English? Can you speak more than 3 languages? Contributed by <Teacher’s Name> © The British Council. Q from the ss) What did you have for lunch? Did you have (kebab) for lunch today? … can speak more than 3 languages. (Poss. has lived in a different country. Q from the ss) Where have you lived before? Have you lived in a different country before? … had the same thing for lunch as you.. (Poss.. We are registered in England as a charity. 2009 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations.

Feedback on T checks answers with the whole class and drills language use questions (say naturally and clearly and have Ss repeat chorally) To check accuracy of ss’ questions and to focus on correct pronunciation of questions. Write their name on the line when they say ‘yes’ to your questions’ SS-SS Contributed by <Teacher’s Name> © The British Council. 2009 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. . T says ‘ Now. T tells ss that they have 10 mins for this task. We are registered in England as a charity. T gives ss practice in speaking and finding out about their colleagues by asking questions T-SS 10 mins. Speaking task / Get to know T asks ss to stand up and start by asking a person who is NOT sitting at their table. T walks around and checks / helps ss. T does some of the task / listens + collects common errors.Cambridge CELTA Teaching Practice 5 mins. you can stand up and start by asking a person who is sitting on a different table.

Have fun!’ 5 mins. T chooses some ss and asks one ‘X. 2009 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. Feedback on task and language used.s and asks ss ‘What’s wrong?’ to elicit a correction. T writes up e. T says thank you and hands over to next teacher. T stops ss and praises whole class efforts. Contributed by <Teacher’s Name> © The British Council.’ T deals with common errors on the WB. We are registered in England as a charity.g.Cambridge CELTA Teaching Practice T says ‘You have 10 mins to know your classmates. tell us something about someone. .

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