To provide gist, specific information, detailed and listening practice using a text about Recycling in the context of Waste
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of recycling
Procedure (39-54 minutes)
The teacher will show a picture of a beach piled up with waste and rubbish : Instructions: 1-What can you see in the picture? The teacher will elicit some words from the students and then ask them: 1-Is that a problem? 2-What is the solution? Then the teacher will ask them to discuss in pairs the solutions? The teacher will try to elicit the word recycling from the students. If they didn't , then the teacher will show pictures of recycled items or recycling trash bins. I will write two questions on the board and ask them to discuss in pairs : 1-How much recycling do people in your country do? 2-How much recycling do you do yourself? I will do a quick feedback by aking a few students of what their partners said.
The teacher pre teaches blocking vocabulary if necessary, by eliciting: Container,incentives
The teacher tells the students that they are going to listen to four people talking about recycling and asks them to listen carefully and say which one has the most optimistic attitude about recycling. The students listens and check in pairs . Then , the teachers elicits the answers from the students.
The teacher prepares the students to the next activity ex. 3b , p.53. the teacher asks the students to listen for the second time and try to find which person said the statements in the exercise, but first they will underline the words in the questions that they think they will hear in the recording. Then the teacher asks them to check in pairs and then do WCFB.
The teacher will ask the students to listen again and try to complete the phrases in ex.28. They will work individually first and then check in pairs and come to the board and match.
The teacher will ask the students to discuss in pairs the questions in ex 4 page 53. Then the teachers asks them to come to the board and write their answers.