The topic of this lesson is arguments: what causes them,
how to argue, and how men and women argue differently.
The first half of the lesson starts with the grammar
presentation where Sts listen to some people arguing, a
context in which past modals of deduction can naturally
occur. Your Sts will have learnt to use present modals
of deduction (must/ miBht /can’t+ infinitive) and should
(+infinitive) for advice at Intermediate level. In this
lesson they learn how to use these same modals to make
deductions about the past (e.g. You must have taken a wronB
tuminB) and to make criticisms (e.g. You shouldn’t have said
that). The pronunciation focus is on weak forms of have in
sentences with past modals (e.g. You should have told me).
Then Sts read an article from The Times about how men and
women argue in different ways.
In the second half of the lesson, Sts listen to an expert
talking about how to argue in a sensible and controlled way.
Sts then put the advice into action in a speaking activity
where they role-play having two arguments. Then there
is a Mini Grammar focus on the use of would rather and a
vocabulary focus on verbs which are sometimes confused,
e.g. arBue and discuss. The lesson finishes with the song,
My Girl.

7A 4.2 Grammar

7A 4.3 Grammar

7A 4.4 Grammar Bank

7A 4.5 Grammar Bank

7A 4.6 Pronunciation

7A Reading pg – 65

7A 4.7 Listening

7A 4.8 Listening

7A 4.9 Vocabulary Bank

7A Mini Grammar

7B 4.11 Grammar

7B 4.12 Grammar Bank

7B 4.13 Grammar

7B 4.14 Listening

7B 4.15 Listening

7B 4.16 Vocabulary

7B 4.17 Vocabulary Bank

7B 4.18 Vocabulary Bank

7B 4.19 Vocabulary Bank

7B 4.20 Vocabulary

7B 4.21 Pronunciation

7B 4.22 Pronunciation

7B 4.23 Listening

7B Mini Grammar

7B Reading – pg – 70 – WHAT EVERY BODY IS SAYING