TP3 - Stress Reading
By the end of this lesson the students will have practiced reading for specific information and deducing meaning from context in the context of describing stress levels.
To practice listening for specific information.
Procedure (29-40 minutes)
T will show short video about stress at work. CCQ: Where is he? What is he doing? Why is he doing this? Is he stressed?
T will distribute HO1. Set Task: Look at the picture. Read the text quickly for main idea. You have 2 min. ICQ: Are we going to read or write? Are you going to read quickly or slowly? Are you going to read for details or for main idea? Do we need to understand every word? How much time are you going to have to read?
T will ask questions below: Look at the questions on the top. What is the main idea? Who is the text about? Is Louisa stressed? How stressed is Louisa? Why is she stressed?
guide at home cycle canteen pick up babysitter story T will mime the words above. SS will guess the meaning.
T: Read the questions. You have 1 min. Are you going to read the text or the questions? Are you going to have 1 minute for this? SS will read the question in handouts. Then they need to find the answers from the text. Read the text carefully. Find the details. Underline the answers. You have 2 minutes. ICQ: Are you going to read quickly or slowly? Are you going to read for the main idea or details? Do you need to answer the questions? How much time are you going to have?
T: Work in pairs. Ask your partners. You have 1 minute. ICQ: Are we writing? Are we reading? How much time do we have? Are you going to work alone or in pairs?
T will ask question by question. SS will answer the questions. T will write the answers on the board.
T: Listen to the audio. Plays audio. T will distribute handouts with pictures. T: Listen carefully. Put the numbers in squares. Demonstrate the task. I travel 55 miles... put #1 in the square next to 55miles sign.