How often do you...?

Introduction

Hello! My dear students 

People like doing activities as a habit. Let's go through learning about Frequency Adverbs is a useful way of talking about how often they do activities which you will be able to use conversation in your daily life!

 

How often do you...?

DO YOU DO THE SAME IN THE VIDEO?

Task

In this activity, you have to...

1. Complete your worksheet 1 with a partner.

2. Create your presentation with your group to summarize frequency adverbs with only one paper! (worksheet 2)

  Your presentation must include: a definition, structure, how to use, and a conversation about frequency adverb

 

  GO AND BRAINSTROM WITH YOUR GROUP!

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Process

1. First of all, you have to watch the video

 

2. How's it going?, the second step, Let's go to watch the video more explaining from Niharika!

 

3. Did you get some information from two video?

Visit these websites to get a definition, structure, and how to use!

http://www.trueplookpanya.com/knowledge/content/60836/-laneng-lan-

https://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/adverbs-of-frequency.html

http://www.grammar.cl/Basic/Adverbs_Frequency.htm

Don't forget prepare the presentation!

Evaluation

Be voted from other groups to present which a paper is the best including ideas, easy understand, teamwork. 

AND...The teacher will evaluate the group by oral presentation rubrics.

CATEGORY

          4   SUPER

                3  GOOD

        2 ALMOST THERE

1 TRY AGAIN

Content

Shows a full  understanding of the topic.

Shows a good understanding of the topic.

Shows a good understanding of parts of the topic.

Does not seem to understand the topic very well.

Preparedness

Student is completely prepared and has obviously rehearsed.

Student seems pretty prepared but might have needed a couple more rehearsals.

The student is somewhat prepared, but it is clear that rehearsal was lacking.

Student does not seem at all prepared to present.

Speaks Clearly

Speaks clearly and distinctly all(100-95%) the time, and mispronounces no words.

Speaks clearly and distinctly all(100-95%) the time, but mispronounces one words.

Speaks clearly and distinctly most(94-85%) the time, but mispronounces no more than one words.

Often mumbles or can not be understood OR mispronounces more than one word.

Uses Complete Sentences

Always (99-100% of time) speaks in complete sentences.

Mostly (80-98%) speaks in complete sentences.

Sometimes (70-80%)  speaks in complete sentences.

Rarely speaks in complete sentences.

Stays on Topic

Stays on topic all(100%) of the time.

Stays on topic all(99-90%) of the time.

Stays on topic all(89-75%) of the time.

It was hard to tell what the topic was.

Adapted from Difabio.

 

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