İSMAİL KARA TP6 Teaching of vocabulary about talking on the phone
To provide clarification, review and practice of phone conversation in the context of daily life
To provide gist and specific information listening practice using a text about phone conversation in the context of daily life
Procedure (37-49 minutes)
In stage 1 The T begins to teach through drama. T comes in the class and he looks like as if he is too tired.T asks Ss: "How are you?" Ss answers: "Fine and you?" and the lesson starts T says I am working too much, I have lots of works I have to do. I am very......BUSY Here, T elicits the word 'BUSY' Then, T elicits the other target vocabulary: CALL/PHONE/LATER/NOW In stage 2 T gives the pronouncation of each word. In this stage T uses a prepared sheet for pronouncation while drilling. T drills like that. Firstly, coral drilling and then individual drilling.
In stage 1 The T introduces the topic by showing two photos of two people from course book. T asks some pre-listening questions like: Where are they? Are they at home or at work? Are they busy? What are they doing? Are they talking on the phone? What are they talking about?
In stage 1 T wants Ss to listen to the phone conversation.(page 70, 1b, 2.40) and to try to understand what it means. After completed, T gives a handout and asks Ss to order the given sentences according to the phone conversation. In stage 2 T wants Ss to listen to a new phone conversation.(page 70, 1b, 2.41) and to try to understand what it means. After completed, T gives a handout and asks Ss to order the given sentences according to the phone conversation.
The T drills a new activity. T gives a handout related with course book page.70 2b. T gives instructions clearly. After completed, T checks as a WC. T gives some clues if needed.
ROLE PLAY T teacher chooses a learner and have a phone conversation to demonstrate the activity.
SPEAKING FOR FLUENCY T wants Ss to have a phone conversation in pairs. When Ss are ready, T wants Ss to practice their dialogue. It goes on for all Ss in the class. CONTINGENCY T asks Ss to write a dialogue about a phone conversation. Here, T gives a situation: Your best friend is calling you. But you are very busy. You will say him your excuse. What can you talk on the phone?