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ENGLISH ORAL LESSON: Making & Responding to Suggestions
AUTHOR LIST Andy Chan (98062580) Myra Cheung (98063400) Regina Lee (98112900) Doris Ho (98113080)
INTRODUCTION Target Audience: F.2 students This package is mainly for lecturing purpose during the lessons Worksheets will be provided for consolidation
OBJECTIVES To give oral fluency practice To give practice in making & responding to suggestions
LANGUAGE FOCUS I Making Suggestions –Why don’t you + bare infinitive –I think you should + bare infinitive –Let’s + bare infinitive –How about + gerund
LANGUAGE FOCUS II Responding to suggestions –Yes, that’s a good idea. –Yes, I agree. –No, that’s not a good idea –No, I don’t agree.
EXAMPLE: SUSAN’S PROBLEMS Susan is telling you some problems she has. Give her some suggestions using the expressions beginning: Why don’t you... I think you should... How about... ?
? ? ? Problem One ? ? ? Why don’t you go to test your eyesight? I find it difficult to see the TV
? ? ?Problem Two? ? ? I feel cold ! I think you should turn off the fan.
? ? ?Problem Three? ? ? I don’t eat meat. How about eating fish?
Exercise Do you have any suggestions for Peter in the following situations?
Why don’t you Why don’t you give up your seat ? I think you should Peter, I think you should stare at the old woman. Example 1
How about How about saving up your money ? I think you should Peter, I think you should waste your money. Example 2
Activity Use expressions expressions you have learned to give Peter some suggestions.
We are going to give Peter our best suggestions We are going to give Peter our best suggestions !
Why don’t you Why don’t you study hard ? I think you should Peter, I think you should watch TV.
I think you should I think you should use the zebra-crossing. how about Peter, how about running across the road ?
Why don’t you Why don’t you give it to the police ? how about Peter, how about taking it home ?
Name : Kelvin Yip Age : 13 years old Favourite food: hamburgers French fries snacks Hobbies: playing football singing karaoke listening to music Profile
What present should we buy for Kelvin’s birthday? I think we should buy…
Let’s buy a basketball. No, I don’t agree. How about a discman ?
That’s a good idea ! He likes listening to music. That’s fine.
Let’s buy five pizzas! Sorry, it’s not a good idea. It’s too much.
Why don’t we buy a birthday cake! That’s a good idea.
Let’s buy some wine! Sorry, it’s not a good idea. We are too young.
I think we should buy some snacks! That’s a good idea.
Pair work activity Make suggestions about the activities to play at Kelvin’s party Tip 1 Tip 2 Tip 3 Tip 4
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Student A: Why don’t we play football? Student B: Sorry, …... Student A: …… Student B: …… Student A: …… Student B: ……
Student A: How about singing karaoke? Student B: Yes, …... Student A: …… Student B: …… Student A: …… Student B: ……
Student A: Why don’t we dance? Student B: That’s …... Student A: …… Student B: …… Student A: …… Student B: ……
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