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TP 1
Elemantary A1 level


Students will practise listening for specific detail as well as practising their speaking skills.


Main Aims

  • To provide specific information listening practice using a text about numbers.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To practise and review numbers from 1-10.


Lead-in (1-5 minutes) • To generate interest in the topic.

Introduce myself and greet the students. Ask what transport they use and ask if they have a car.

Vocabulary and Speaking Exercise 1. (4-6 minutes) • Ss check understanding of spelling and numbers.

Show Ss letters and elicit spelling of one number as a model. Ss work in pairs to put the letters in order to spell out the numbers. When pair work is finished, T will pick some Ss to write it on the board and this is a good way to occupy early finishers.

Vocabulary and Speaking Exercise 2. (5-9 minutes) • To review the numbers 1-10 and give Ss practise in speaking for accuracy. Ss listen for specific information.

T will create interest in this part of activity. Ss will be given a bunch of mixed numbers on small pieces of paper. Ss will be in pairs and will choose one paper and the other student will say the number that comes before and after the number chosen. T will model this with another S in the class. T will also make sure the white board is clear so learners do not see the numbers from the previous task.

Listening for gist. (5-8 minutes) • To prepare Ss listening for specific information.

T teaches the vocabulary 'Number Plate' by writing it on the board and tries to elicit ideas from Ss. T writes definition of it on the board. T asks questions about number plates. Which country is the number plate from? Explains that it will be about countries written in the book. T points to the countries written on the page and T drills them to Ss so they know how to say it and will recognise them when they hear it.

Listening Exercise 1. (5-9 minutes) • Gist listening and class feedback.

T says they will listen to two people speaking on the CD. T writes the following, Where are they? What are they doing? How many people are there? Ask the students to listen carefully for the answers. After listening, get the students to ask the questions to each other before getting feedback from the class.

Post listening and speaking. (5-8 minutes) • To provide speaking practise.

T writes down questions on the board such as, Do you have a car? Does your family have a car? What is the number plate? Does the car have a different number plate? T puts Ss into groups and they answer the questions among each other. T elicits answers from the Ss.

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