Subject: Conversation English
1. Topic-
What do you do every day?
2. Content-
1.Verbs to express daily activities.
2.Adverbs:every day/month/year, once/twice a month/year, often, usually, sometimes never
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.To get students to practice conversation;
2.Provide speaking skills;
3.Review frequency vocabulary;
4. Objectives-
1.The students will talk about their daily activities and habits.
2.The students will assimilate the usage of the Simple Present Tense;
3.The students will practice Affirmative, Negative and Interrogative forms of the Simple Present Tense.
5. Materials and Aids-
smart board, diagram
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.Introduce myself.
2.Introduce the topic ( I get up at 6 o'clock every morning,I go to school every day, I sometimes go out on Friday night, I usually sleep late on Thursday morning,I often watch TV in the afternoon,I always help my parents. And what do you do every day?
3. Focus on usage of Simple Present Tense.

B. Development-

1.Open the diagram;
2.Brainstorm the students feel comfortable to talk freely.
4. Encourage students to talk about as many activities as they can. Ask them additional questions.

C. Practice-

1.Start questioning. Guide the students, carefully monitor their presentations;
2. Correct their mistakes.
3. Repeat the new words and expressions;

D. Independent Practice-

Ask the questions to the following answers:

1.I usually get up at 7 o'clock.
2.Yes, I do.
3.She goes to the cinema every weekend.
4.No. he doesn't.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

Give instruction how to construct the sentences and form the different type of questions.

F. Checking for understanding-


One student will be a journalist.( He introduces herself and which newspaper she works for). She takes interview from her partners:
'What do you do every day?'

G. Closure-

1.Focus on the most common grammar mistakes they have done;
2.Practice the new words;
3.Practice the pronunciation;
7. Evaluation-
Act out the dialogue by pairs:

August: What do you do in your free time, Jane?
Jane: Sometimes I play tennis but most often I love to read novels.
August: How often do you play tennis?
Jane: Once or twice a week. Do you play any sports, August?
August: I like watching football but I cannot play it. I like watching basketball but I have never tried playing it either. Well, I walk every day.
Jane: It's also a kind of sport, I think.
August: Well, I don't see it as a sport because I don't do it in my free time. I walk when I go to work and when I go back home.
Jane: So, besides walking, what other sports do you do?
August: I don't know. I play chess.
Jane: I don't think it is a kind of sport.
August: It is. I mean it is a mind or brain sport.
Jane: No! Sports need physical activities.
August: OK, ok, I don't play sports anyway.
Jane: Why don't we go to the beach this weekend. Maybe we can swim in the morning.
August: Nice idea.

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