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### Tsetseghuu presentatoin

1. 1. <ul>PRESENTATION </ul><ul>Reported Speech </ul>
2. 2. Approved by school teacher ………………………./ Onorchimeg./ Approved by supervising teacher ………………………./Tsetseghuu Bm./ Developed by ………………………./T.Lhagvadorj/ English lesson plan
3. 3. Class 11 th grade Time 40 minutes Topic Review of the conditional. Goal To review the previous topic “If I were a billionaire, …” Materials chalk, blackboard, hand out material: exercise sheet, visual aids, English textbook
4. 4. Activities Time Teacher’s activity Student’s activity 1 Greeting 1min -Good morning, students! -How are you today? -I’m fine, thank you. -Please sit down. -Good morning, teacher. -We are fine, thanks. And you? Students sit down. 2 Warm up 8min -Please remember the previous lesson. -We learned 3 types of conditional. Try to recall previous lesson. If they can’t recall it, they can see their notes.
5. 5. Activities 15min 1) Draw a table with 5 rows and 5 columns on the blackboard. Stick the prepared sentences on each partitions. This game is named X and O. Rule: The first team which made three aligned XXX or OOO will win. But before they place their X or O, they should complete the sentence on chosen partition. Every member of team should participate. 2) After the game hand out the questions to each group. Make them answer it.(Sheet2) 1) Play the game. Listen to the rule of game carefully. Be divided into 2 groups. Choose which team is X and which one is O. Read the uncompleted sentence and talk with their team. First member should appear in front of the blackboard and complete the sentence on the chosen partition. Then other group should do the same. 2) Answer the questions.
6. 6. Evaluation 2min Evaluate students by how they answer the questions. Also evaluate them by team work. Homework 1min Please do the exercise in handout material3. Write down their homework.
7. 8. <ul>Time </ul><ul>Place </ul><ul>Now Ago </ul><ul>Then Before </ul><ul>here </ul><ul>there </ul><ul>today </ul><ul>that day </ul><ul>This town/ garden... </ul><ul>That town/ garden ... </ul><ul>tomorrow </ul><ul>the following day OR the day after </ul><ul>These cities/ ... </ul><ul>Those cities/ ... </ul><ul>yesterday </ul><ul>the previous day OR the day before </ul><ul>last week/ month/ ... </ul><ul>the previous week/ month ... OR the week before </ul><ul>Next week / month/ ... </ul><ul>The following week / month OR the week/ month after </ul><ul>Changes in Time and Place expressions: </ul>
8. 9. <ul>' I will be here with you.' Robert promised me. </ul><ul>Future Simple </ul><ul>Conditional </ul><ul>Robert promised that he ............................... </ul><ul>there with me </ul><ul>'John is going to study French ' Paul said. </ul><ul>Be going to </ul><ul>Was/Were going to </ul><ul>Paul said that John ........................... to study French </ul><ul>MODAL VERBS: </ul><ul>' We can start the lesson' David said. </ul><ul>Can </ul><ul>Could </ul><ul>David said that we ............................... start the lesson </ul><ul>' They may come home ' My husband said. </ul><ul>May </ul><ul>Might </ul><ul>My husband said that they ......................... come home </ul><ul>' You must be quiet in class ' </ul><ul>The teacher told us. ‘ I’ll see you later!’ She said. </ul><ul>Must </ul><ul>Will/ Shall </ul><ul>Had to Would </ul><ul>The teacher told us that we ............................ be quiet in class </ul><ul>She said that she ………..… me later. </ul>
9. 10. <ul>DIRECT SPEECH REPORTED SPEECH </ul><ul>  </ul><ul>Verb Tense Changes: </ul><ul>' I know quite a lot of people here .' Robert said. </ul><ul>Present Simple </ul><ul>Simple Past </ul><ul>He said that he ............................... quite a lot of people there </ul><ul>'John is feeling much better ' Paul said. </ul><ul>Present Continuous </ul><ul>Past Continuous </ul><ul>He said that John ...........................much better </ul><ul>' I enjoyed my holiday in the States' David said. </ul><ul>Simple Past </ul><ul>Past Perfect </ul><ul>He said that he ............................... his holiday in the States </ul><ul>'Jackie wasn´t feeling very well ' The teacher said. </ul><ul>Past Continuous </ul><ul>Past Perfect Continuous </ul><ul>He said that Jackie ......................... very well </ul><ul>' They‘ ve seen the Eiffel Tower ' John said. </ul><ul>Present Perfect </ul><ul>Past Perfect </ul><ul>He said that they ............................ the Eiffel Tower </ul><ul>' I have been waiting for ages ' My father said. </ul><ul>Present Perfect Continuous </ul><ul>Past Perfect Continuous </ul><ul>He said that he ............................ for ages </ul><ul>' Nobody had warned them about the storm ' The politician said. </ul><ul>Past Perfect </ul><ul>Past Perfect </ul><ul>(No change) </ul><ul>He said that nobody .................... about the storm </ul><ul>' She had been reading all day ' Brenda said. </ul><ul>Past Perfect Continuous </ul><ul>Past Perfect Continuous </ul><ul>(No change) </ul><ul>She said that she ........................ all day </ul>
10. 11. <ul>PRESENT </ul><ul><li>I work in Barcelona. </li></ul><ul><li>I am doing my job. </li></ul><ul><li>He said he worked in Barcelona. </li></ul><ul><li>She said she was doing her job. </li></ul><ul>Direct Speech </ul><ul>Reported Speech </ul><ul>PAST </ul>
11. 12. <ul>PAST </ul><ul><li>I worked in Barcelona for 6 months. </li></ul><ul><li>I saw a good film on TV. </li></ul><ul><li>He said he had worked in Barcelona. </li></ul><ul><li>She told me she had seen a good film on TV. </li></ul><ul>Direct Speech </ul><ul>Reported Speech </ul><ul>PAST PERFECT </ul>
12. 13. <ul>PRESENT PERFECT </ul><ul><li>I’ve done this before. </li></ul><ul><li>I have been working here for two years. </li></ul><ul><li>He said he had done taht before. </li></ul><ul><li>She told me she had been working there for two years. </li></ul><ul>Direct Speech </ul><ul><li>Reported Speech </li></ul><ul>PAST PERFECT </ul>
13. 14. <ul>FUTURE </ul><ul><li>I’ll help you. </li></ul><ul><li>I won’t listen to you. </li></ul><ul><li>He said he would help me. </li></ul><ul><li>She said she wouldn’t listend to me. </li></ul><ul>Direct Speech </ul><ul><li>Reported Speech </li></ul><ul>CONDITIONAL </ul>
14. 15. <ul>CAN </ul><ul><li>I can stay with you. </li></ul><ul><li>He said he could stay with me. </li></ul><ul>Direct Speech </ul><ul>Reported Speech </ul><ul>COULD </ul>
15. 16. <ul>MAY </ul><ul><li>I may go finishing tomorrow. </li></ul><ul><li>He said he might go fishing the following day. </li></ul><ul>Direct Speech </ul><ul>Reported Speech </ul><ul>MIGHT </ul>
16. 17. <ul>MUST </ul><ul><li>I must go to the doctor. </li></ul><ul><li>He said he had to go to the doctor. </li></ul><ul>Direct Speech </ul><ul>Reported Speech </ul><ul>HAD TO </ul>
17. 18. <ul>CHANGES of PERSON </ul><ul>I        ➪    he/she my    ➪    his/her we    ➪    they ours  ➪    theirs     </ul>
18. 19. <ul>CHANGES of TIME </ul><ul>this week   ➪  that week last week   ➪  the previous week a year ago ➪  the year before                         </ul>
19. 20. <ul>Direct Sp. </ul><ul>Reported Sp. </ul><ul>Here </ul><ul>There </ul><ul>This </ul><ul>That </ul><ul>These </ul><ul>Those </ul><ul>Now </ul><ul>Then </ul><ul>Today </ul><ul>That day </ul><ul>Tonight </ul><ul>That night </ul><ul>Tomorrow </ul><ul>The next day/ the following day </ul><ul>Yesterday </ul><ul>The day before </ul><ul>Next week </ul><ul>The following week </ul><ul>Last week </ul><ul>The week before </ul><ul>Ago </ul><ul>Before </ul><ul>Certain words change as follows: </ul>
20. 21. <ul>Direct Speech </ul><ul>Reported Speech </ul><ul>Present Simple (he speaks) </ul><ul>Past Simple (he spoke) </ul><ul>Present Contin. (he is speaking) </ul><ul>Past Contin. (he was speaking) </ul><ul>Past Simple (he spoke) </ul><ul>Past Perfect (he had spoken) </ul><ul>Present Perfect (he has spoken) </ul><ul>Past Perfect (he had spoken) </ul><ul>Past Perfect (he had spoken) </ul><ul>Past Perfect (he had spoken) </ul><ul>Future (shall/will) </ul><ul>Conditional (should/would) </ul><ul>Imperative (speak) </ul><ul>To-infinitive (to speak) </ul><ul>When the reporting verb is in the Past the verb tenses change as follow : </ul>
21. 22. <ul>Direct Speech </ul><ul>Reported Speech </ul><ul>Am </ul><ul>Was </ul><ul>Is </ul><ul>Was </ul><ul>Has </ul><ul>Had </ul><ul>Have </ul><ul>Had </ul><ul>There is </ul><ul>There was </ul><ul>There are </ul><ul>There were </ul><ul>Doesn’t </ul><ul>Didn’t </ul><ul>Don’t </ul><ul>Didn’t </ul><ul>Was </ul><ul>Had been </ul><ul>Were </ul><ul>Had been </ul><ul>Had </ul><ul>Had had </ul><ul>Spoke </ul><ul>Had spoken </ul><ul>Didn’t speak </ul><ul>Hadn’t spoken </ul><ul>Hadn’t spoken </ul><ul>Hadn’t spoken </ul><ul>“ Go/Don’t go!” </ul><ul>He told me to go/ not to go. </ul>
22. 23. <ul>CHANGES of PLACE </ul><ul>         here        ➪        there     </ul>
23. 24. <ul>Time and Place Reference </ul>
24. 25. <ul>Questions </ul>
25. 26. <ul>Questions </ul>
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