Teaching Practice1 (Real World)
Starter, A1 level
Reading: To teach the student how to read the elements of the email address such as @ and com .They will understand the form structure of the email.
1.Listening: To provide gist and specific information on listening using a from enhanced with a picture.
2.Speaking: Along this session the students will be able how to carry on a controlled conversation asking about personal question.
Procedure (32-46 minutes)
T will elicit the title of lesson by showing them coloured picture of an email on the Ipad.
When they student are elicited, T will write his email address boldly on the WB And ask individually if they can read it. ● T will give all the learner pens and ask them to stand up all together to write their emails on the WB. ●Then the teacher will randomly choose written emails and ask several learners to read it.
● T will elicit the listening task using a picture and ask them not to see the related questions until the teacher generates the questions orally with them .e.g who is talking to whom? Where are they? What is it about?...etc The idea behind this, to keep the learners not to be distracted by the provided questions..
T will let them have a look to the question to know what are the information they are going to look for while listening. ● T will play the track No R2.13 two times. ● T wil ask the learner to check the answer with the partners. ● T will check the right answer as an WC. ● T will give out the track script for them as a guide reference in future. If there is enough time, the teacher could play the track for the third time while the learner could follow it up with the script.
T will show the student how to form a question such as What's your first name? What's your surname on the WB then elicit to complete HO filling up is/are questions?
T will ask ask student to work in parirs and take turns to ask each other personal questions using the IDs provided.
T will walk around and get closer to each pairs to check out the correct pronunciation and forming question if necessary.