To provide gist, specific information and detailed information listening practice in the context of journey(going on holiday).
To provide fluency and accuracy practice through talking about the context of past holidays.
Procedure (34-45 minutes)
T shows pictures of people and places to students to set the context. Ss try to make some predictions about the listening.
Students learn some new vocabulary from listening which are important to know to complete the task. To teach new vocabulary teacher show pictures trying to elicit word, clarify meaning, form and practice pronunciation.
Students are given six sentences from the text and they put the sentences in the order they hear. Chosen sentences are formed in simple past tense to keep the unity with previous lessons and provide the opportunity to practice with target language . They also include the vocabulary in the pre-teach session. They study individually as it is a receptive skill practice. After listening they do PC and teacher gives feedback via WB.
Students listen Jack and Millie talking about their holiday again to underline the correct alternative in the sentence in the given HO. They do PC. Feedback is given by students' being divided into two teams as blue and red groups and coming to boar to underline the correct alternative in their group's sentences. They check the answer all WC. T points at the wrong answers to be corrected by students.
Students listen again to answer the detailed information questions. They study individually and check in pairs. Teacher nominates students to check answers.
To provide an opportunity for learners to talk about their own experience and continue practicing simple past tense questions and affirmatives students are asked to write down four questions in order to ask their friends about their previous holiday. During the question writing stage T monitors closely to check and - if needed- help with the accuracy. When they are ready, they ask these self-prepared questions to classmates, take small notes. In the feedback stage T asks them to report back about one friend they have talked to.