Numbers 1130 Lesson
Beginner level
Description
Materials
Main Aims

Introduce and practice numbers 1130
Subsidiary Aims

Spoken accuracy of numbers

Listening for specific information
Procedure (2847 minutes)
T will show the flashcards and ask "What are these?". At the Ss' answer, T will stick the numbers flashcards on the WB and will write and pronounce them one by one. Ss will be asked to repeat.
T will show to the handout to Ss and explain them that they are going to listen a list of numbers. The aim is to recognize and tick them, working in pairs. The teacher will ask ICQs (e.g. "What will you listen?" "Numbers", "What will you do?" "Tick"). T will ask them to check the results in pairs.
T will ask Ss to work in pairs (different pairs from the previous activity) and will give a set of numbers flashcards to each couple: each couple will have numbers 1130 both in figures and letters. The students will be asked to listen to what T says carefully, to recognize the number and to grab both the figure and word and hold them up.
T will draw a triangle on the WB, writing her name in the middle and a number at each tip. T will ask Ss "What is this?", "What do these numbers mean?". At their answers, T will confirm that those numbers are related to her and will try to elicit from students their meaning. T will put down 3 sentences about that.
T will ask Ss to follow her example: draw a triangle and think of 3 numbers. They will be asked to write down 3 sentences regarding themselves, which include those numbers. T will ask them to compare and check them in pairs. At the end of the lesson, T will hand them a list of numbers 1100, as a personal support for their future classes.