Step 1 Revision
1. Check homework.
2. Revise Could you help me, please? Certainly! Thanks! You're welcome! by having the students help you open / close the door, carry a bag, etc.
Step 2 Presentation
1. Teach What's wrong? which is used to find out what the problem is. Present and practise the following dialogue:
T: Could you help me, please?
C: What's wrong?
T: I can't find my pen.
2. Teach Don't worry! and Thank goodness! Explain that Don't worry is used to calm a person and Thank goodness is used when a person feels relieved. Add the following to the dialogue:
C: OK! Don't worry! Here you are!
T: Thank goodness!
3. Students practise the above dialogue in pairs.
Step 3 Presentation
1. Draw a picture of a kite in a tree and a girl (Kate) under the tree on the Bb. Ask What's this? Where's the kite? Say This is Kate. Ask Whose kite is that? Can Kate get the kite? Help the students to answer. Possible answers are: The kite is too high. Kate can not get the kite. etc.
2. Use something that is broken, e.g. a broken cup or a broken chair and teach broken. Then point to the picture on the Bb and ask Is the kite broken? Help students to answer Yes, I think so. Or No, I don't think so. as appropriate.
Step 4 Read and say
Note: There are many different expressions one may use as a reply to thank you, depending on the situation and the person one is talking to. For example, one may use you're welcome as in the dialogue, but one may also say, That's all right, Don't mention it, It's OK, and It's my pleasure, just to mention a few answers.
1. SB Page 7, Speech Cassette Lesson 70. Ask Where's Kate's kite? and other questions. Write the questions on the Bb. Play the tape. Check answers. Play the tape again and have the students repeat. Go through the dialogue and explain the new words catch and him.
2. Divide the class into groups of three, preferably each group should contain two boys and one girl. If this isn't possible, have the students change the character names to fit the students' genders.
3. Have each group read through the dialogue using the look and say method. Then give them time to try to memorize the dialogue and act it out. As they are practising, walk around the room and help where needed.
4. If time allows, have an acting contest: Choose three groups and have each of the groups come up and do the dialogue for the rest of the class. Have the class vote on which dialogue they thought was best, group 1, 2, or 3. Then give the winning group a prize if you wish, something like a pencil or an eraser.
Step 5 Listen and answer
WB Lesson 70, Ex. 1, Listening Cassette Lesson 70. Let the students read the questions before playing the tape.
JANE: Liu Hai, could you help me, please?
LIU HAI: Yes, Jane, what's wrong?
RICK: It's her kite. It's in that tree.
LIU HAI: Don't worry, Jane. I can help you. Let me get it.
JANE: Oh, thank you!
RICK: Are you OK, Liu Hai? Can you get it?
LIU HAI: Yes, I think I can. Here it is. Catch!
JANE: Thanks, Liu Hai.
LIU HAI: Is it OK?
JANE: Yes, it's OK. Thank goodness!
LIU HAI: Oh dear, I can't get down!
RICK: Don't worry, Liu Hai! I can help you.
LIU HAI: Thank you, Rick. I'm OK now!
Do Ex. 1. The answers are: 1 C; 2 B; 3 A; 4 B.
Step 6 Workbook
SB Page 78, Wb Lesson 70, Exx. 2 and 3. Before starting to do Ex. 2, help students to revise all the pronouns they have learnt. For Ex. 3, allow students a few minutes to go over the dialogue. Then collect the answers from the students. Call out one or two pairs of students to read aloud the whole dialogue.
Learn the dialogue in SB Lesson 70 by heart and act it out in pairs.
Finish off the Workbook exercises.
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