1. Topic-
Textbook: Put It Together (A, B)p. 30-31, 185-186
2. Content-
Present Continuous/Preposition
A: What's Sandy doing?
B: She's drinking water.
A: Where's is she?
B: She's next to Amy.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. Students will listen to a dialog on describing what someone is doing and answer related questions
2. Students will listen to a dialog on asking and answering where someone or something is and answer related questions.
4. Objectives-
- To listen to a dialogue and answer questions
- To ask and answer questions about a location
- To describe what someone is doing
- To distinguish the pronunciation of the given words
- To practice the pronunciation of linking sounds
5. Materials and Aids-
Textbook: Put It Together (A, B)p. 30-31, 185-186

6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. Greeting
2. Review of previous lessons
(5 minutes)

B. Development-

1. Look at the picture and guess what the woman and the boy are doing
2. Guess where the woman and the boy are and write the answer
3. Read the question and look at the picture before watching the video
4. Identify the places shown in the picture
5. Listen to the dialog again and answer the questions
6. Ask and answer questions about the dialog with a partner
7. Check the answer with the teacher

C. Practice-

1. Look at the picture and guess what the picture is about
2. Listen to the talk and check where the basketball game is going to take place
3. Watch the video clip and check the answer
4. Answer the additional questions about the video clip

D. Independent Practice-

1. Learn how to do the activity
2. Work in pairs
- one writes the boys' names and the other writes the girls' names without telling each other about their decision
3. Talk with a partner using the example sentences and find out who they are describing
4. Write down the boys and girls' names based on the description by their partner and check the answers

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

Walk around the classroom and help the students who do not understand.

If students finish quickly, have them look around the classroom and do the exercise using their classmates. Or prepare a present continuous worksheet for them to do.

F. Checking for understanding-

Present their dialog to the class

G. Closure-

Ask the students to create their own sentences with the prepositions they have learned

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