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Teaching Practice 1
Elemantary level


In this lesson, students review the numbers 0-10 and they will have a practice of listening for gist and specific detail. They will have a listening about car number plates and then a speaking exercise on cars.


Abc Global Elementary Unit 1, p.8 ( all exercises )
Abc number cards
Abc speaking questions
Abc car brand's pictures
Abc some pictures of car and objects they know
Abc car brand's cards

Main Aims

  • To provide practice of listening for gist and specific detail.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To review and practice numbers from 0 to 10.


Stage 1 (2-3 minutes) • (Lead in)

The teacher will write her name scrambled on the board to make the students remember her name in case they forget and also present the unscrambling practice for the upcoming exercise. She will also review students names.

Stage 2 (8-10 minutes) • To review numbers

The teacher will show the students some number cards from the back to to guess the numbers and elicit them form the students. then the teacher ask shows them some flash cards to tell the number of things, for example 4 cars, seven cars, etc. then she will gives the instruction for the first handout from the global elementary course book. she will ask students to look at the exercise one and in pairs put the letters in order. the pair who finishes first is the winner. She will ask some students to write the numbers on the board and the teacher will go over the pronunciation and do some drilling. then she will give instruction for the second exercise which is done in a group of three. The teacher will give each group a bunch of number cards, the middle person will take a number card and tell the number, the student in the left will tell the number before and the student in the right will give the number after. (she will model first) as the students are doing this activity, the teacher will monitor them not to do the activity wrong.

Stage 3 (4-6 minutes) • To set the context for the listening

The teacher will show the number plates pictures in the handout and elicit from the students what they are and when we might need them to use. Then she will read the countries for them and also write on the board the American word for number plate which is license plate. then they will match the countries with the number plates in pairs.

Stage 4 (5-7 minutes) • Gist Listening

The teacher will give the instruction for the listening that they are going to listen to two conversations and answer the questions she will write on the board. Then she will write two general questions on the board which are these two: " Where are they?" and "How many people are they?" then she will play the audio once, have them check in pair and then with the whole class.

Stage 5 (7-10 minutes) • Listening for the detail

The teacher will give the students some instructions about a new handout as she is holding it in chest. students are going to answer three detailed questions based on listening to two conversations. then they will check the answers in pair and then with the whole class. if needed they can listen twice.

Stage 6 (6-7 minutes) • Speaking

The teacher will show them some car brands cards and they will tell the brand, e.g. Toyota, Ford, BMW,etc. then she will do grouping based on these cards. then in groups they are going to talk about these questions: Do you have a car? What is the plate number? What color is your car? What is the model of your car? the teacher will monitor them and help. and if time they can talk about women's preferred car vs. men's preferred car or young people 's car or old people 's car ,etc. Questions like: What color is women's car? What color is men's car? What model is the women's car? What model is the men's car? What size is the women's car? What size is the men's car? What color is young people's car? what color is the old people's car? What model is the young people's car? . . .

Stage 7 (5-7 minutes) • extra activity to practice listening and writing numbers

if time 2 : Students will dictate number plates in pairs and do it in new pairs maybe.

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