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Unit 15 lesson 1 getting started + listen read w31 p89

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Unit 15 COMPUTERS
Lesson 1 Getting started + Listen & read
A. The objectives
- Content: Tenses: - present perfect with already and yet
- By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to understand the topic about the
computers. They’ll use the language to talk about the benefits as well as the
disadvantages of computers
B. Materials: Pictures, realia, manual, disk, cassette, OHP, transparencies,...
Work arrangements: Individuals, pairs, groups, T-WC
Anticipated problems: ss don’t know much about the computers
C. Procedure

I. Warmer
Shark attack: Here is a machine in
your home and in the office.
How can computers help us?
II. Checking the old lesson

COMPUTERS

III. New lesson
 Presentation

I. Getting started
Computers are very useful
Computers save time
Computers help us learn
interestingly, more quickly
Computers are convenient/ easy
for storing/ keeping information
Computers help us relax by
providing interesting games, music
and videos.
II. Listen and read
1. Vocab
- a printer
- turn on (v) ≠ turn of
- connect (v):
- proper (adj)  properly (adv)

Getting started
Get ss to work in groups to make a
list of the benefits of computers
Preteach
Eliciting: explanation, translation,
visual, examples, realia
Modelling, choral repetition
Individual repetition
written record
VN meaning
Pronunciation
Checking vocab: Rub out and


remember
Presentation dialogue
Set the scene, introduce the
characters
T reads the dialogue once
Ss listen and repeat in chorus

-

a plug:
a socket:
come out of:
manual (n):

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Ask ss to practise in half-half and in
pairs
Notes: pronunciation: weak
sounds, intonation, linking sounds
Model sentences
Who says what?
Ask ss to listen to the dialogue
again and decide who says what
Concept check:
Meaning:
Form: Have/ Has + S + past
participle + yet?
S + have/ has + already + past
participle
Use: Present perfect with Yet to
show that the speaker is expecting
something to happen; with already
to talk about the actions that have
happened sooner than expected.
Pronunciation:
 Practice
Ask ss to practise the dialogue
again (books closed)
Explain ‘Fact and Opinion’
+ Fact: a thing that is known to be
true, especially when it can be
improved
+ Opinion: Your feelings or
thoughts about someone or
something, rather than a fact
Ask ss to run through the
statements and decide which is
fact and which is opinion
Work individually, pair and
compare
T gets feedback on the OHP
 Production
Ask ss to work in groups to talk
about the benefits and the
disadvantages of computers
IV. Consolidation
Computers
V. Homework

- be under guarantee:
2. Who says what
- The printer isn’t working
- There shouldn’t be anything
wrong with it
- Have you turned it on yet?
- I have already done it
- Have you connected it properly?
- I know how to connect a printer
- Has the plug come out of the
socket?
3. Fact or opinion
Fact
Opinio
n
The computer
v
isn’t working
There
v
I know
v
The manual
v
I bought
V
I don’t know
v
4. Benefits and disadvantages of
computers
- I think computers are useful ...

Study vocab by heart
Read the dialogue again, write

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dictation and translation
Practise talking about the benefits
and disadvantages of computers
Prepare new lesson

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