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1B  In the classroom

Student A: You are the teacher


1 Read the dialogue with your partner. Listen to your partner’s sentences and try to remember them.
Teacher Sit down, please. Open your book at Unit 2.
Student Sorry, can you that  , please?
Teacher Yes, I said, please open your book at Unit 2.
Student Thank you.
Teacher Write the words next to the pictures.
Student Sorry, I don’t  .
Teacher Look at the photos. Write the words in your book.
Student OK.
Teacher Kasia, don’t eat in class, please. Put the chocolate in your bag.
Student Yes, of course. I’m  .
Teacher Does anyone have any questions?
Student Yes, I  . In question 5, what ‘lorry’  ?
Teacher Look at page 110. Transport words are there.
Student me. is ‘van’ in Flemish?
Teacher Please check your dictionary.

2 Now work with other students in your group. Complete the dialogue with the missing words.

Student B: You are the student


1 Read the dialogue with your partner. Listen to your partner’s sentences and try to remember them.
Teacher  , please. your book at Unit 2.
Student Sorry, can you say that again, please?
Teacher Yes, I said, please your book at Unit 2.
Student Thank you.
Teacher the words next to the pictures.
Student Sorry, I don’t understand.
Teacher at the photos. the words in your  .
Student OK.
Teacher Kasia, don’t in class, please. the chocolate in your bag.
Student Yes, of course. I’m sorry.
Teacher Does anyone have any  ?
Student Yes, I do. In question 5, what does ‘lorry’ mean?
Teacher at page 110. words are there.
Student Excuse me. What is ‘van’ in Flemish?
Teacher Please your dictionary.

2 Now work with other students in your group. Complete the dialogue with the missing words.

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1B Teacher’s notes  In the classroom
Activity: Dialogue gapfill; remembering phrases Key:
Language point: To practise classroom language; Teacher Sit down, please. Open your book at Unit 2.
instructions and asking for help (Unit 1, Section D) Student Sorry, can you say that again, please?
Time: 15 minutes Teacher Yes, I said, please open your book at Unit 2.
Materials: One handout for each pair of students, cut Student Thank you.
in half. Teacher Write the words next to the pictures.
Student Sorry, I don’t understand.
Procedure:
Teacher Look at the photos. Write the words in
• Divide the class into two groups, A and B. your book.
• Tell each group to stand in a line, facing each other, Student OK.
down the middle of the classroom. Teacher Kasia, don’t eat in class, please. Put the
• Tell the students that they are going to read a chocolate in your bag.
dialogue with the student opposite them. Student Yes, of course. I’m sorry.
• Give the Student A handout to the line of Student Teacher Does anyone have any questions?
As and tell them they should read the teacher’s lines. Student Yes, I do. In question 5, what does ‘lorry’ mean?
Give the Student B handout to the line of Student Bs Teacher Look at page 110. Transport words are there.
and tell them to read the student’s lines. Student Excuse me. What is ‘van’ in Flemish?
• Tell Student As that they begin the conversation. Tell Teacher Please check your dictionary.
them to read their line to Student B. Student B then
reads the next line to Student A, and so on. They
should not write anything down, but they should try
to remember what their partner says.
• When they have finished reading through the
dialogue, move the Student B at the end of the
Student B line to the opposite end of the line. Then
move all the Student Bs along one place, so that they
are facing a different partner.
• Now, they should read the dialogue again with their
new partner.
• Repeat this process until they have practised with
all the students in the opposite line, or you feel
they have performed the dialogue enough times to
remember it.
• Tell the students to sit down in their groups, A or B.
• Ask the students to complete the dialogue by writing
in the missing words. They can work in pairs or smaller
groups.
• Choose one Student A and one Student B to act out
the dialogue one final time, so that the students can
check their answers.
• OPTION: With a stronger group, at the end of the
lesson you could ask them to try to perform the
dialogue again without looking at their handouts.

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