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Presenting Personal Pronouns - konspekt zajęć

Konspekt lekcji z języka angielskiego

Subject: Presenting Personal Pronouns

1. Level: The lesson below could be given to a class of 20 students at high-junior level.

2. Aims: To present Personal Pronouns and to make the students familiar with the difference between object and subject pronouns.

3. Age: 16-17

4. Assumed Knowledge: The students know the Present Simple and Continuous tenses. They are also familiar with the use of countables and uncountables and know how to use: a / some / any.

5. Aids: Blackboard, the text given to each student on a separate piece of paper, dictionaries, handbooks, a tape recorder or a CD player;

6. Procedure

6.1 Presentation

a) subject pronouns
The teacher introduces the topic by presenting personal pronouns in the Polish language. Then, he / she draws a table on a blackboard including subject pronouns. f. e:

singular plural

1st person I we

2nd person you you

3rd person he
she
it they

T: Subject pronouns are used to refer to the subject of a clause.

The teacher explains shortly the rules which are different from those in Polish language.
T: Remember that I is always written with a capital letter.
Note that you is used for the singular and the plural.
It is often used to refer to an animal when its gender is not known or not considered to be important. We also use it in general statements, for example to refer to a situation, the time, the weather.

b) object pronouns
T explains to Ss that object pronouns are used as the object of a clause, f. e:
I know John. I know him.
I gave John a book. I gave him a book.

T: We also use object pronouns when a personal pronoun exists after a preposition, f. e:
(Here the teacher has to explain to Ss what the preposition is.)

We must find that book for him.
They are talking about her.
There is a beautiful valley in front of us.
Wait a minute, do not leave without me!

The teacher draws the table demonstrating object pronouns.

singular plural

1st person me us

2nd person you you

3rd person him
her
it them

The teacher asks the students to read a short text including personal pronouns. After that, Ss listen to the recording including the same text read by a native speaker. Here is the text.

6.2 Presentation – Reading
When Xavier Simons came to Britain, his friends in Paris said he would hate it. However, Xavier, a 26-year-old chef, says they were wrong.
‘We French people imagine that Britain is a cold, miserable country where everyone dressed badly, you cannot see anything for fog, and the food is the worst on the planet. But I do not agree’
He insists that the British look good because they do not follow fashion so seriously. He enjoys shopping in Britain because there are so many fresh things in the supermarkets. He particularly likes the street markets.
However he has some complaints. He thinks that British men do not show enough consideration or appreciation of the women. Also, he does not like British bathrooms where you stand or sit in the bath to have a shower! Last of all, he feels that shops and restaurants close far too often and far too early.

6.3 Practice
Exercise 1
The teacher asks the students to underline personal pronouns in the text. After that they are asked to create one sentence with each pronoun. Then, they read the text once again and are asked to pay attention to the pronouns and their position in a sentence.

Exercise 2
Answer the questions exchanging names for proper pronouns.
Example: Will you bring Mr. Smith his glasses? Yes, I will bring him his glasses.
1. Will you buy Mary a new hat? Yes, ...
2. Are you telephoning Henry? No, ...
3. Do you know Mr Wilson? No, ...
4. Have you ever met Mr Rogers and Mr Smith? No, I ...
5. Has Helen given you the bill, Stephen? No, she ... yet.
6. Are you going to listen to Tom? No, I ...
7. Will you ask Stella and George to the party? Yes, ...

Exercise 3
Put a personal pronoun in a correct form.
1. Have you ever met Mary? Yes, I met ... a few years ago.
2. Where are they? I cannot see ... Oh, yes! John is talking to ... I think he wants ... to go to the cinema with ...
3. We have already heard the news. Yesterday Henry told ... about Ann’s marriage. Shall we write to... ?
4. She never tells the truth. I don’t believe ... any longer.
5. I would like to talk to you, Monica. Could you come to see ... tomorrow?

Exercise 4
The teacher hands out the text that Ss were asked to read at the beginning of the lesson. But now the text has gaps in which they have to put correct pronouns. After about five minutes they read the full text.
Comments:
This lesson could be divided into two separate lesson hours because of the necessity of presenting two types of personal pronouns: subject and object. Actually, the teacher was not compelled to do so because it turned out that subject pronouns were not a problem to students and deeper presentation of this subject could be omitted. When the preposition was mentioned, it was necessary to remind Ss how to use them and where they are found in a sentence. After that, they had to create their own sentences and Ss were doing so quite well. If somebody did not know how to create a sentence, the teacher asked them to liken their ideas to the sentences in the text. The practice stage went without problems and if there were any, the teacher tried to explain everything to Ss.

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