Teaching Practice 4
Intermediate level level
My main aim is listening.
My subsidiary aims are vocab. (to clariy the key words at the listening record) and speaking, to improve the communication skills of the students.
Procedure (31-39 minutes)
The lesson context is "experts"! I will divide the students into three groups and give them images of objects such as "hair dye", "anti-aging cream", "a diet list" or fashion items. Tehn I will ask them to match those images with correct expert names, such as "hair colorist", "skin-care expert", "fashion consultant" or "nutrition expert". This way, students will warm up for the lesson.
I will have to pre-teach necessary vocab. for the prediction task and the listening tasks.I will teach the words "erupting", "army colonel", "ideology", "honour" and "reason" through the ECDW method. Aterwards I will give the students a prediction task. I will write the name of the book written by Jamieson on the board: "Father Knows Less". They will try to guess what the record could be about.
Students will be given a set of random questions related to the record. They will try to guess the answers to those questions, before listening to the record. They will have a chance to brainstorm and interact with each other. They will also be using two productive skills, that are speaking and writing through this gist task.
The students will listen to the record twice and try to find the real answers of the questions that were given to them for the gist task. They will work alone while doing this and check with their peers later on. We will do a whole class feed back after this task.
The students will be divided into three groups. Each group will prepare two child-like questions that they're curious about. They can be just random questions from any field. They will write the questions to two seperate piece of papers. In the end, the chief of group A will select someone specific from group B and ask him/her one of the questions. When he/she answers the question he/she will select someone from group C and ask him/her the question. We will go on like this until the end of the class.