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Lesson Plan

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Lesson Aims By the end of the lesson students presentation of simple
will be able to:
present tense.
By the lesson students will be able to use adverbs of frequency,
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Teacher introduces theby givingTorequired
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students
activities. Also activities
topic daily students will beattention.
able to write short sentences about daily
activities done by asking
to the students themselves, their classmates, relatives or friends.
Indentifying
How oftenalso the frequency
do you do? adverbs rules used at the moment of
writing and speaking.
a variety of activities
they already know, e.g.
Target Grammar:
play football, Adverbs
go for a of frequency always, never, often,
sometimes, usually
walk etc? Then teacher
provides the adverb of
Target
3 Teacher Vocabulary: Daily routine
uses more To give students more
examples to illustrate the examples so that the
above. students will be more
familiar with the use of
the adverbs of frequency
(simple present tense).
10 Practice 1 Teacher gives clear To let students know - cards
min instructions and a what to do in this
demonstration about activity.
the activity.
(The theme of the
activity is to guess
what he or she does
every day and how
often.)
2 Teacher provides the To keep students
. negative form of the attention.
tense (including the use
of contractions) and
adverbs of frequency.
We also introduce basic
questions such as Do
you like? and How
often?
3 The rest of the To further reinforce what
students are requested was taught before.
to guess what that
particular student
does every day.
Students are required
to tell in the following
way:
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4 Students chorally Repetition can help
repeat the sentence students to memorise the
pattern. sentence pattern.
5 There will be some
more rounds of the
10 Consolidatio 1 Teacher gives clear To let students know - Chart with
min n instructions about the what to do in this activities
activity activity. and
2 To let students to have adverbs of
free production about frequency
what was being taught
3 before.

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3 min Conclusion 1 Teacher - To clarify
gives a students
quick wrong
4 Giving 1 In order to complete the To explain some of the - Pre-task
min homewor . activity , teachers examples on homework so WB
k assigns a homework that students will not find
where students have to it difficult to complete the
write down about homework.
someone else daily
activity using most of
the verbs and
expression given by the
teacher.
RULE:

What are adverbs of frequency?


Adverbs of frequency explain how often something happens. The adverbs can be used when talking about
the past, the present, or the future. But they are most often used to talk about the present tense, especially for
beginners. Here are three example sentences:

Sam always wakes up before the sun rises.


They sometimes walk to school.
I never got sick last winter.

What is the sentence structure?


Adverbs of frequency usually follow this structure:

subject | adverb | main verb | object/complement

She | never | drinks | coffee with breakfast.


My teacher | always | knows | the answers.

But when the sentence uses "to be," the structure changes to:

subject | main verb "to be" | adverb | object/complement

Bill | is | usually | tired in the mornings.


They | are | rarely | on time.

The adverb can sometimes come at the beginning or end of the sentence. This gives more emphasis to the
adverb, and so should only rarely be used. However, never, usually, and alwaysnever appear at the
beginning or end of a sentence. For example:

X He goes out to eat always.


X Always he goes out to eat.
O He always goes out to eat.

Exercises:
Put the adverb of frequency on the correct place.

E.g. I go to the park. (often) I often go to the park.


Joanna washes the dishes. (sometimes)
Philip is late for work. (never)
She wakes up at 6 a.m. (always)
Tim comes home late. (often)
Roxanna cooks nice dinner. (always)
Paul does his homework. (never)