To provide gist and detailed reading practice using a text about actors' daily life in the context of daily routine.
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of daily routine.
Procedure (37-47 minutes)
T asks: Do you like watching TV? What is your favourite TV show? Who is your favourite actor and actress? Do you think is it difficult to be an actor or actress? If it is difficult, why? Asks students to discuss these questions with their pairs. Gets the ideas. If there are some useful key words, writes them on the board.
T gives the first page of the worksheet and asks the students to have a look at the photos of Ece Uslu. T asks: Do you know her? What is her job? T asks students to work in groups and make a guess about the daily routines of actors/actress. Writes the activities on the board then gets the students' guesses. T says: Let's read a text about Ece Uslu and see if your guesses are right.
T gives the reading text. Asks students to read the text quickly on their own and underline the activities and hours. Students pair check their answers. T gets the answers by referring back to the students' guesses.
T asks students to look at the five sentences and read them quickly. After reading the sentences, students read the text individually for detailed information. They decide if the sentences are true or false. T wants students to correct the false sentences while reading. Students pair check their answers. T nominates the students one by one and gives feedback. While giving feedback, asks them to refer back to the text for their answers.
T puts students into pairs and have a look at the questions about their daily routines. Asks the students to think about these questions for a second. Then they ask them to their friends and answer them. T goes around the class, taking notes. After they finish, T asks the students to tell the class two things they have in common. T corrects errors if necessary.