1.Set the scene
-Flannel board figures
-A nice picture showing the situation
2.Teacher reads the dialogue at normal speed once or twice and indicates the speaker. Students' books are
3. The teacher reads the dialogue again sentence by sentence. The students are put into groups.Each group
repeats the part of speaker after the teacher. The groups can exchange their parts.Long sentences are broken
into meaningful parts.Group choral repetition after the teacher.
4. Students open their books. Groups or individual students read the part for one speaker. Pronunciation errors
can be corrected.
5. Teacher asks questions on the dialogue.
6. Dialogue Reconstruction. The teacher puts key words on the blackboard. These words should normally be
content words not structure words. The teacher gets the students with books closed to reconstruct the dialogue
from these key words. Mimes, pictures can also be used instead of or in addition to the key words.
7. Dialogue continuation.
a.Get the students to continue the dialogue.
b. Getthe students working in groups to compose othe rdialogues depending on the situation in the dialogue.