Listening - Teaching Practice 3
By the end of the lesson, student will have developed their ability to listen for gist and detail
Students will also gain speaking fluency in the context of bad vacations.
Procedure (40-50 minutes)
Demostrate by briefly discussing bad vacations.
Instruct students to work in pairs to brainstorm things that can go wrong on vacation.
Convey the meaning of awful and argue 1)Nominate student use situation i.e. accident 2)Divide the class into two big groups. Give instructions, Show visual to elicit awful Write word on the board Elicit form and pronunciation of these two words
Inform students of the objective Give instructions for the Activity ----ICQ - Are we listening for specific details? No Give Activity Handouts Play the recording Pair (PC), then then Whole Class Feedback (WCFB)
Give Instructions for the activity - Set the Objective ICQ - Demonstrate the first question of the activity on the board. Handout activity Play recording for the second time Monitor for progress . Check to see if the students answered all of the questions, if necessary, play the recording a second time. Pair Check (PC) and the Whole class feedback (WCFB) - Write answers on the board, nominate students to give answer only. do not read complete sentence.
Each Student plan how to describe their last vacation. Prompts - 1) where did you go? 2) When did you go? 3) How did you get there? 4) How long were you there? Student Describe the vacation to their Partner; The Partner should ask more questions. Monitor for ideas and language. Switch Roles WCFP