Teaching Practise 6
To provide listening practise for detailed and specific information and as well as a gist task in the context of success
To provide fluency speaking practise in the context of success.
Procedure (41-50 minutes)
1. The teacher greets the students. If they are less in number, she gets them sit together as a single group before the lesson starts. 2. Teacher puts three pictures on the white board and asks students who they are. 3. Teacher gets them in pairs and discuss; "What are they famous for?" "What did they do?" 4. Teacher elicits some answers from students.
1. Teacher does chesting and shows the reading text and gives them 2 minutes to read it by themselves. 2. Teacher writes a question on the board; "What is the secret of success?" 3. Teacher gets the students in pairs and try to answer the question on the board. 4. Teacher elicits some answers from students by nominating.
1. The teacher tries to make students recall some frequently used words from the listening task that they have learnt in the previous lesson. She asks some CCQs. In order to make them remember 'achieve', she asks; "Is Einstein successful?" Yes "Did he succeed in science?" Yes. When she elicits the verb 'achieve', she asks for the noun form. If they do not know, she gives the answer. For 'opportunity'; "Do you think Einstein was lucky?" Yes "Do you think the circumstances were against his advantage?" No 2. Teacher asks some more CCQs for some other words. "Gig"; "Do singers give concerts?" Yes "Do you know another word for concert?" Tuition; "Do you pay any fee to go to the university?" Yes "Does it have a special name?" Yes
1. Teacher wants students to unfold the hand out and read the paragraph in one minute. 2. Teacher plays the record to an extent at which they would be able to answer the questions. Teacher monitors students while record is playing. If they could not finish the gap filling task, teacher play the record once more. 3. Students do peer checking. 4. Teacher gives them the answer key in order to check their answers.
1. Teacher wants students to turn over the hand out and read the questions before listening to the audio file in one minute. 2. Teacher plays the audio file. While it is playing, teacher monitors students and sees if they are on the right track. If they need a replay, teacher plays the file again. 3. Students do peer checking. 4. Teacher elicits answers by nominating. If the answer is false, she wants them to correct the mistake.
1. Teacher get students in pairs and provide each pair with one cut up which has a question for them to discuss. 2. Teacher gives them 3 minutes to discuss the answer. 3. Teacher wants them to talk about their partners' answers. She asks their own opinion as well.