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Web Based Lesson Plan With Reported Speech. English as Foreign Language.Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in English Language Teaching (ELT). Reported Speech for Intermediate level. Exercises with music

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  • Daniela Nunes / English Teacher Master Program ICT in ELT
  • Web-based lesson plan  Date: 07th July 2014  Teacher: Daniela Nunes  Class-Level: Intermediate  Lesson lenght: 90 minutes  Topic: Reported Speech
  • Web-based lesson plan  Aim: At the end of the class, students should report people’s exact words.  General Objective: Practice all tenses (present, past and future) using reporting speech throughout music.  Specific objectives: 1) reporting people's exact words, 2) learning and practicing how to report a speech, 3) using past tenses with music.  Materials: Computer, headsets, speakers, internet connection.(pencil, paper, recorder – optional-)
  • Web-based lesson plan  Description of the activities: 1) All students should have prepared their computers and internet connection before the class starts. 2) Students should go to the slideshare web-page and click on Reported Speech; or go to blog here. 3) Students should see the presentation and exercise with the given music. 4) Students could use this method to report any conversation, favorite artist’s music in order to practice grammar and tenses.  Name of the web number 1: http://www.slideshare.net/SENUNDaniela/reported-speech-36642535  Rationale for this site number 1: This is like a Power Point presentation in class, and students can go back and forward as many times as they want. There is free access and they have the options to write down some comments and their tasks.
  • Web-based lesson plan  Name of the web number 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJWIbIe0N90  Rationale for this site number 1: This is a YouTube page, with P!nk’s official video clip: “Who knew?”. It is a way to listening to English at the same time that students are learning how to report her exact words. This is an example of reading, writing and listening. If students would like to go further they could record their voices with the reported speech of the song. That could complement the speaking skill.
  • The Web-Based lesson
  • Daniela Nunes / Master Program ICT in ELT
  •  To express (in writing or oral way) what somebody said.  “report what another person has said”. (Müller & Pahlow, 2014)  “Expressing the content of statements, questions or other utterances, without quoting them explicitly as is done in direct speech.” (Wikipedia, 2014)
  • Direct speech Sara says “I’m studying English”. Sara said “I’m studying English”. In writing, we use “” quotation marks
  • Indirect speech Sara says that she is studying English. Sara said that she was studying English.
  • The main verb is usually past tense: Sara said that… Sara told me that… The rest of the sentence is usually past: Sara said that she was studying English.
  •  You can leave out “that” Sara said that she was studying English. Sara said she was studying English. Other Important Remarks
  • Normally, changes topresent form am / is are do / does have / has go want like past form was were did had went wanted liked
  • changes topresent form can may must will can past form could might had to would could
  • Examples… Paul told you some things at the phone (direct speech): Then, you tell Sara what Paul said (report speech):  “I’m at home.”  “I’m studying French.”  “I want to pass the last exam.”  “After the exam, I’ll go to the cinema.”  …he was at home.  …he was studying French.  …he wanted to pass the previous exam.  …after the exam he would go to the cinema.
  • Past simple… did /saw/knew  In reported speech, the past simple tense can stay the same or change to past perfect tense: past simple did saw knew past perfect had done had seen had known
  • would might could should ought to would might could should ought to
  • Examples… Sara told you some things at the phone (direct speech): Then, you tell Paul what Sara said (report speech):  “I was at home.”  “I was studying English.”  “I wanted to pass the exam.”  “The exam had 3 pages.”  …she had been at home.  …she had been studying English.  …she had wanted to pass the exam.  …the exam had had 3 pages.
  • Examples… (cont.) Sara told you some things at the phone (direct speech): Now, you tell your friend what Sara said (report speech):  “The professor couldn’t change the date.”  “I didn’t want to fail the exam.”  “I was not going out with you. I would phone you when I finished studying for my exam.”  …the professor couldn’t change the date.  …she hadn’t wanted to fail the exam.  …she hadn’t been going out with me. She would phone me when she had finished studying for the exam.
  • Remember… changes tothis today tomorrow yesterday next week /moth /year Last week/ month/year now just ago here this these that that day/the same day The next day/the following day The day before/ the preveious day The following week /month/year The previous week /month /year then before there that those
  • It would be nice if you report P!nk’s song “Who knew?”, there you go… the lyrics:
  • P!nk – Lyrics of “who knew” “You took my hand, you showed me how. You promised me you'd be around. Uh huh, that's right. I took your words and I believed. In everything you said to me. Yeah huh, that's right. If someone said three years from now: you'd be long gone. I'd stand up and punch them out, cause they're all wrong. I know better, cause you said forever, and ever. who knew? Remember when we were such fools, and so convinced, and just too cool. Oh no, no no. I wish I could touch you again. I wish I could still call you a friend. I'd give anything. When someone said count your blessings now, for they're long gone. I guess I just didn't know how. I was all wrong. But they knew better Still you said forever, and ever. Who knew? Yeah yeah. I'll keep you locked in my head, until we meet again. Until we, until we meet again. And I won't forget you my friend. What happened? If someone said three years from now: you'd be long gone. I'd stand up and punch them out, cause they're all wrong. And that last kiss, I'll cherish until we meet again, and time makes it harder. I wish I could remember. But I keep your memory. You visit me in my sleep. My darling, who knew? My darling, my darling, who knew? My darling, I miss you. My darling, who knew? Who knew?” Click here
  • Reported speech of P!nk’s song “Who knew?”. So, P!ink said to him (a male friend) in her song: He had taken her hand, he had showed her how. He had promised her he'd be around. Uh huh, that was right. She had taken his words and she had believed in everything he had said to her. Yeah huh, that was right. If someone had said three years from then: he'd be long gone. she'd stand up and punch them out, cause they were all wrong. She knew better, cause he had said forever, and ever. who had known? To remember when they had been such fools, and so convinced, and just too cool. Oh no, no no. She wished she could touch him again. She wished she could still call him a friend. She'd give anything. When someone had said count your (her) blessings then, for they were long gone. She guessed she just hadn't known how. she had been all wrong. But they had known better Still he had said forever, and ever. Who had known? Yeah yeah. She’d keep him locked in her head, until they met again. Until they, until they met again. And she wouln't forget him her friend. What had happened? If someone had said three years from then: he'd be long gone; she'd stand up and punch them out, cause they were all wrong. And that previous kiss, she‘d cherish until they met again, and time made it harder. She wished she could remember. But she kept his memory. He visit her in her sleep. Her darling, who had known? Her darling, Her darling, who had known? Her darling, She missed him. Her darling, who had known? who had known? Click here
  • I hope you enjoyed 
  • References  Murphy, R. (2005). English Grammar in Use. A self-study reference and prectice book for intermediate students of English with answers (3th ed.) p. 94. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  Definition of Reported Speech. Consulted 02 July 2014 at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indirect_speech  Majid, A. (2010) Indirect speech for sentence having MODALS, “can, may, must. Consulted 04 July 2014 at: http://www.studyandexam.com/indirect-speech-for-modal.html  Pink, Max Martin, Lukasz Gottwald (2006) Who knew. Video Music video by P!nk performing Who Knew. (C) 2006 Zomba Recording, LLC. Watch at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJWIbIe0N90  Müller, M. and Pahlow H., (2014). Reported Speech. Lingo4you GbR. Consulted 02 July 2014 at http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/reported-speech