A man and his car
B2 Upper- Intermediate level
To provide students listening of the book. By the end of the lesson students will have developed their skills of listening for gist and details in the context of the habits and rutials.To develop gist and intensive listening skills in the context of achievements
To develop spoken fluency in the context of achievements
Procedure (32-46 minutes)
Ss will be asked to discuss one given question in pairs shortly, e.g: What is your daily habit?
I will say: Now we are going to listen to Laura's conversations about her father and his car. But first let's check some of the word. I will try to elicit the word ritual, like this: I will draw a man on the white board and I will write four sentences. He doesn't drink tea. He goes to church every Sunday. He smokes. He drives fast. Then I will ask students . What are these sentences? What do you think? Then they will say oh,these are his habits. Yes, you can also say these are his rituals. Then I will write it on the white board.
I will distribute handouts to the students and have them listen to Laura talking about her father and his car. They will listen once and link the pharses in A with the phrases in B. Then they will compare their answers with a partner. I will have them work in pairs to complate listening. They will have some sort of task that they will complate. For the text, I'm going to see if they can remember what they listen. I'm going to give them about five minutes to complete this exercise with a partner.
I will have students listen the article once again for more detail. They are going to do following statements true or false. They are going to compare their answers with a partner. We will check answer as a class. I'm going to give them about eight minutes for this exercise.
Now,they will do exercise three. They will use expressions in the box to complate the sentences. They will work in groups. Then we'll check answers as a class. I will give them about eight minutes to complete this exercise.
For this time I will come up with a questionniare, e.g.: Do you have any unusual habits? Give details.Do you have any bad habits? Please explain. Do you think bad habits lead to personal and professional problems? Why/not? Do you think drinking coffee is a bad habit? Why/not?Do you think smoking is a bad habit? Why/not? They will work in groups and I will give them about eight minutes to discuss and answers as a class.