Nabiyeva Gulshan*07/08/2015* TP 2
To provide practice of functional language for talking about people indirectly
To provide deduction listening practice using a dialogue between two women who make comments on their friend.
Procedure (29-40 minutes)
T will set a situatiion in which one tourist in a foreign country asks for directions to the nearest metro station,but is helped by nobody. Ss will imagine that situation and make comments on the people of that area.
Ss will look at the picture of two women who are in a bar on the WB. Ss will guess who the people and where they are. Then, Ss will read the statements from the WB and guess the names of people in the picture.
Ss will listen to a dialogue and decide whether the statemnts on the WB are Tor F. Then, they will check their answers in pairs before doing so with WC.
T distributes folded scripts of dialogue to Ss. Ss look at highlighted phrases and try to guess their meaning firstly, on their own and then, they discuss their opinions with their partners. After eliciting meanings from Ss, T clarifies new language if necessary. Then, Ss unfold their HOs and match direct phrases which are under the dialogue with the highlighted phrases in the dialogue. After working individually, Ss check their answers in pairs. WC feedback is provided by calling two volunteers to the WB to read the same dialogue using direct phrases.
T sticks cut-up sentences which are direct ways of commenting to the board and distibutes different-coloured cut-up sentences which are indirect ways of commenting to Ss. Ss match their sentences with the ones on the WB. WC feedback is provided afterwards.
T writes Parents' Day on the board and asks students its meaning. Ss are devided into teachers and parents groups. The first group is provided with useful language and the names of subjects which bill be on the WB, while the second group will get pictures of their children. Teachers will be in diffrent parts of the room, and parents will approach them with questions about their children's performance at school showing their children's pictures. After discussing pupils' performance with teachers, parents describe their son or daughter to the WC.