7. Now we understand True vs. False
Question 6. Answer: False
Complete exercise 5A Questions p.3. With two
questions that are true and three that are false.
8. Split into groups of 3!
• In groups of three complete 5B p.3
• 1. Take turns reading your questions to other
members of the group (do not tell them your
• 2. Mark down if you think their answers are true
• After everyone has finished complete 5C.
Follow the conversation format:
A: My major is business
B: I think that’s true
C: I checked false
A: Actually, it’s false
9. We are going to play a game
• “one truth one lie.”
• Another word for something false (when
trying to trick you) is a “lie.”
• Everyone write one truth and one lie about
themselves. Make it difficult to guess.
• We will then go around, and when the music
stops you will share your questions with a
partner. They will guess what is a truth or a lie.
• Computer Programmer
• Tour Guide
• Sales Person
• Web designer
• Verb to Like
I would like to be a dentist
I’d like to be a dentist
Using “would” means that action has not happened
yet but it may in the future
The verb To Like indicates that it’s something that
13. To Be
I am a dentist
He is a dentist
You are a dentist
• Pay attention to the pronoun and conjugation of
the verb “to be.”
• Pay attention to the use of a definite article a
before the noun (a job in this case)
• Or the article an when the job starts with a
vowel (a, e, I, o, u)
Example: an accountant
14. Lets Brainstorm “Wh” questions for
when we meet people.
• Please write these down in your handouts
• How to formally greet people in America: eye
contact, initiation, hand shake, tone of voice
• I will play music. When it stops please stop
and greet someone and ask a “Wh” question
(refer to Unit 1, 3 for help)
15. Open your books.
• Complete speaking exercise 6A
• Get up and find a partner and ask them what is
going on in each picture.
example: What are they doing?
They are going for a walk
Pay attention to pronouns for singular use: (he/she)
What is he doing/ what is she doing?
And plural usage (for a group): use “they”
16. Weekly Schedule
• As medical practitioners you will have to
understand people’s schedules
• Days of the Week: Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
• And then hours
17. Hour Divisions in the day
• Day Time - Between sunrise and sunset
• Evening – Day starts to turn into night. After
19. How to ask people about schedules?
What do you do Thursday? (means during the
What do you do Friday? (means during the
What do you do Thursday evening?
What do you do Friday evening?
20. Answering Questions
• Thursday I…… play football.
• Thursday evening I…..clean my clock.
How role play should work, example:
A: What do you do Thursday?
B: Thursday I play football. And Thursdays
evening I clean my clock.
• Please walk around and ask others about
their schedule (to complete exercise 1. 6B)
21. Listening Exercise
• Please Listen and number the activities from
the dialogue from 1-6
• Complete 7A.
• I will read the dialogue one more time. Please
check the best response as you hear it (a vs. b)
• Complete 7B
22. Lets take a break! Simon Says Game
• This time I am going to let you all run the
• Remember: basic vocabulary, head, shoulder’s
knees and toes.
• I am going to introduce: mouth, chest, back,
chin before you begin. Try and include these
words if you can.
24. Are you an actor?
• Verb to be: You are interrogative form we
inverse to: Are you?
• Do not answer with just yes/or no.
• Follow up with a “to be” statement:
Yes, I am. (positive)
No, I’m not. (negative)
25. Is she a pilot?
• Notice how the interrogative form inverses
the present tense conjugation: She Is to Is
Follow Up Answers both using the same verb
tense To Be:
Yes, she is. (Affirmative)
No, she isn’t/ No she is not. (Negative)
26. Are they musicians?
• Inverse of They are Are they?
In the same way as before…..
Answers follow with the same verb tense “to
Yes, they are. (affirmative)
No, they are not. (negative)
27. Other ways to ask questions:
Verb: To Do
Notice the inverse when constructing questions.
28. Do you work in Singapore?
• You do Do you? (interrogative form)
Following in the same verb tense, with “to do”
Yes, I do. (affirmative)
No, I don’t. (negative)
29. Does he work in a gym?
• He does does he? (interrogative)
Following the same verb tense, in present tense
Yes, he does. (affirmative)
No, he doesn’t. (negative)
30. Do they work at home?
• They do Inversed to Do They (interrogative)
Following in the same verb form, present tense.
Yes, they do
No, they don’t
31. Learning is about realizing patters.
Inverse of subject pronoun and verb tense
leads to a question.
32. Please write four questions
• 2 with the verb form To Be
• 2 with the verb form To Do
After everyone writes their questions we will
circulate and practice asking them to each other.
To complete (8B)
34. We will act out role play 9A
• I will model this role play with two other
• Split into groups of 3. Practice role play for 2
minutes in each role and then switch so
everyone is A, B and C one time.
35. 9B: Rewrite the Dialogue
First step is underline personal details.
A: Sam, this is Niran. He’s from Thailand.
B: Nice to meet you, Niran. Are you here on
C:No, I’m not. I’m a student here.
B: Oh, do you go to City University, too?
C: Yes, I do. Holly and I are in the same class.
B: Oh, is your major art history, too?
C: No, it isn’t. My major is film. But I’m really
interested in art history.
B: Me, too.
36. Insert personal details, and edit so
conversation makes sense.
• A: Bob, this is Kit. He’s from America.
• B: Nice to meet you, Kit. Are you here on
• C:No, I’m not. I’m a teacher here.
• B: Oh, do you work at Sirindhorn College, too?
• C: Yes, I do. Pam and I are in the same class.
• B: Oh, is your subject dentistry, too?
• C: No, it isn’t. I teach English. But I’m really
interested in dentistry.
• B: Me, too.
37. Rewrite you dialogue in groups of 3 by
including your personal details.
• Please practice your dialogue. Exercise 9B.
• Then I will ask some of the groups to perform
for the rest of the class.
50. Bingo Game
• 10 B
Go around the class and use the idea’s in the
squares to ask your classmates questions.
If they answer yes to the question then write
their name in the box.
If you get five in a row yell BINGO!
65. Song Name: “Blow”
• “kill the lights”
• “Loose your mind”
• “don’t mess around”
What do you think the song is about?
66. 1. Lets listen to the song?
• At the end I will ask you what the song is
• You do not need to write or take notes.
67. 2. Listen again
• This time fill in the blanks with the words that
• After you finish listening to the song compare
your answers with a partner
**Don’t worry we will listen to the song one
more time after this**
68. 3. Final Listening
• Fill in the blanks again and compare with a
• After I will hand out a full text of the song so you
can check your answers.
• Finally, I will answer any questions about
vocabulary, meaning, phrases you do not know
69. Final Questions
• What does the song mean to you?
• When do you feel like you are going to “blow.”
• Do you like dancing? Why or why not?