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Name: Shelia A.

Peace Date: 11/24/2008 Length of lesson: :55 level: Elementary Adult TP# 7

Class profile: Elementary Adults: 10 Native Thai Speakers Materials OHP, Worksheets, CD player, CD

Main Aim: Functional language presentation: asking for things in a department store.

Secondary aim: Recognition and use of language related to shopping, leading to freer practice.

Personal aim: Clear instructions, focus on meaning, form and pronunciation.

Reference to course book or other material: Cutting Edge, pp. 82-83; Cutting Edge Teacher’s Book, p. 66

Anticipated problems and solutions/assumptions


Form: Ss will need help with form. Solution: Handouts with diagrams. Whiteboard explanation.

Pronunciation: Ss practice-to-fluency. Solution: guided drill.


“r” words: pronouncing longer sentences. Solution: Build-up of skills.

Concept/Function: Understanding tasks. Solution: strong visuals, elicit/model.

Instructions: Other:

Asumptions: Some may already know a good number of these words, while others may struggle with what’s “new.” Pair stronger Ss
with weaker Ss for balance (if needed).
Stage Time Objective Procedure Interaction
1 :05 Engagement for Whiteboard – Illustration of Robinson’s (floor levels) T>S
Language Lesson: Shops
and Shopping – to Opening shopping bag, Teacher asks: “Who likes shopping? Here are
interest Ss in topic. some things I bought this week. (display scarf, magazine, medicine,
food). “Where would you buy this? (scarf) Department Store. And
this? (magazine) Newsstand. Where would you buy some medicine?
(Drugstore). And, something to eat, like tuna? (Supermarket)

2 :05 Introduce lexis – to be “What’s the biggest Department Store in Phuket? How many shop at T>S, S>T
sure lexis does not Robinson’s? How many floors does Robinson’s have. Using whiteboard,
present a problem for elicit names for each floor (Ground Floor, 1st floor, 2nd floor, 3rd floor, and
comprehension Basement.)

3 :05 OHP – Store Directory – “If I want to find a notebook, like this one, at Robinson’s, what can I T>S, S>T
more lexis do?” (Elicit, “Ask a clerk . . .” or “Use a store directory . . .”)
“Let’s look at this Store Directory. (Elicit, by location – floor -- and
describing items/usage for lexis: luggage (Basement); cosmetics
(Ground Floor); furniture (3rd floor).

4 :05 Prediction Exercise Instruction: “I’m going to give you a worksheet showing Anna on a T>S
shopping trip. Look at each picture and draw a line to the store
department she is in. You can work with a partner. [ICQ: “Are we
going to match each picture to a store department?” (Yes) “Will we
draw a line, or a circle?” (Circle)
Task: Ss complete task. Pairwork
Feedback: Ss listen to CD, and check that answers are marked Whole Class
correctly.

5 :07 Setting Context – Instruction: We’re going to listen to Anna’s shopping tape. Pay T>S
Listening for functional attention to the words she uses to ask for certain things.
language / eliciting Task: Tape 1 Listen – Whole
marker sentences [“I’d like these please.”] Stop tape. Class
Elicit: “What did he say?” “I’d like these please.” T>S, S>T
Stage Time Objective Procedure Interaction
Model: “I’d like these, please.” “I’d like these please.” T>S, S>T
CCQ: “Is she giving directions?” (No)
“Is she asking for something?” (Yes)
“Is she asking politely or impolitely? (Politely)
Re-model: “I’d like these, please.”
“I’d like these, please.”
Drill: “I’d like these, please.” (Group) Whole class
(Pairs)
(Individuals)

Cont. Tape 1
[“Have you got the new Coldplay CD?”] Stop tape. Listening –
Elicit: “What did you hear?” Whole Class
“Have you got the new Coldplay CD?”
Model: “Have you got the new Coldplay CD? T>S, S>T
“Have you got the new Coldplay CD?”
CCQ: “Is she making a demand?” (No)
“What is she doing?” (“Asking for something.”)
“How is she asking?” (“Have you got . . .”)
Re-model: “Have you got the new Coldplay CD?”
“Have you got the new Coldplay CD?”
Drill: “Have you got the new Coldplay CD?” (Group) Whole class
(Pairs)
(Individuals)

Cont. Tape 1

Tape 2
[“Excuse me. Have you got this in a medium?”] Stop tape. Listening –
Elicit: “What did she say?” Whole Class
“Excuse me. Have you got this in a medium?”
Model: “Excuse me. Have you got this in a medium?” T>S, S>T
“Excuse me. Have you got this in a medium?”
CCQ: “Is she asking for directions?” (No)
“Is she telling him something?” (She’s asking . . .) T>S, S>T
“Is she asking impolitely.” (“No, she said, ‘excuse me.’”)
Re-model: “Excuse me. Have you got this in a medium?”
“Excuse me. Have you got this in a medium?”
Drill: “Excuse me. Have you got this in a medium?” (Group) Whole Class
(Pairs)
(Individuals)
Cont. Tape 2

Tape 3
[“I want a book about Greece.”] Stop tape.
Elicit: “What did you hear her say?”
“”I want a book about Greece.”
Model: “I want a book about Greece.”
“I want a book about Greece.”
CCQ: “Is she giving directions?” (No)
“Is she telling her something?” (She’s asking something.)
“Is she asking ABOUT something? (. . . FOR something.)
“What does she want?” (A book about Greece.)
Re-model: “I want a book about Greece.”
“I want a book about Greece.”
Drill: “I want a book about Greece.” (Group)
(Pairs)
(Individuals)

Cont. Tape 3
[“Do you sell diaries here?”] Stop tape.
Elicit: “Is she asking for something?” (Yes)
“What is she asking?” (“Do you sell diaries here?”)
Model: “Do you sell diaries here?”
“Do you sell diaries here?”
CCQ: “Is she trying to sell something?” (No)
“Is she trying to buy something?” (Yes)
“What is she trying to buy?” (Diaries)
Re-model: “Do you sell diaries here?”
“Do you sell diaries here?”
Drill: “Do you sell diaries here?” (Group)
(Pairs)
(Individuals)

Cont. Tape – through end.

6 :05 Highlight Form Whiteboard – ask students: What was the first sentence?

I/ ’d / like / these / please. (conditional) would


S modal V1 object adv.

Have / you / got / the / new / Coldplay CD? present perfect


V1 .l S V3 art, adj, object

Excuse / me. / Have / you / got / this / in / a / medium?


V1 subj. V1 S V3 obj. pre. art. adj.

I / want / a / book / about / Greece.


s V1 art. obj. adv. obj.

Do / you / sell / diaries / here?


modal / S / V1 / obj. / adv.

“Have you got the new Coldplay CD”