By Michael Swan
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Perioda a --minute breakat and lunchfrom -Lo Leeeonefiniahat AfLer leeeoneatudents can do 5i:-! hobbies. Lessons studentscan do sportsor hobbies. After lessons When you have finished ask individual learners to read back the dictation a sentenceat a time while you write the times in the gaps on the board. Put the classin pairs and tell them to make a list of the differences between their typical day and the English one. Get the classto reconstructthe dictation to describetheir typical schoolday.
A/henall the pairs have finished, ask eachpair to make a sentence about one of the inventionsor discoveries, for example: TheEgyptiansinventedthe clockin 3500nc. Flemingdiscovered penicillin in 1928. Ask the classto work in small groupsand think of things in their houseor schoolthat havebeeninventedand write them down. Put their ideason the board, for example: cornPUTer frid7e Detevigion hi-fi vacuurncleaner telephone radio Now tell them that they haveto choosethe three things that they would take with them to a desertisland (which has electricity)and give a reasonwhy, for example: I'd takethe hi-fi because I lovelisteningto music.
Answers: Winter 6now cold ice 3 9pring newflowere babyanimale lonqerdaya 5ummer eunahine drou4ht heatwave Autumn fallinq leavee fallin7 temperature harveof,) Ask pairs of studentsto read out the following conversationsand ask the classto sayin which seasonthe conversationtakesplace. Dialogue I A Hello, ]ane! B Hello! A The weather'sterrible today,isn't it. B Yes,it's absolutelyfreezing. A I hopespring'scomingsoon. (Answer:winter) , Dialogue 2 A Hi, Tom. B Hi, Kate. A Isn't it hot today! B Really- it must be j0 degrees.
A Basic English Grammar Exercises by Michael Swan