Teaching Practice 6
Upper- Intermediate (B2) level
My main aim is Reading for gist and detailed in the context of the time managing .
My sub aim is speaking at the same context to provide students with the opportunity to practice fluency speaking.
Procedure (37-45 minutes)
The teacher will enter the class and set a situation that she has forgotten her best friend's birthday and ask students if they remember the important dates of their lives and give them a HO to talk about these two questions in pairs: 1. How do you remember appointments, things you need to buy, people's birthdays, etc? 2. Do you usually do everything you plan to do each day? If not, why not? Then I will have some WC feedbacks.
The teacher will prepare students for the text by removing the blockers and pre-teaching some words (four words: A Priority, An Interruption, Procrastinate, Dread) by eliciting and modeling the words.
The teacher will give students the HO. Before that she will explain the task and them to read quickly alone to mach the headings and paragraphs in a group of three. Then each group will stick their matched reading poster on the board, they will stand up and go around the class see the other groups posters and at the end Ss will find their answer key under their chairs. (the teacher will stick it before the class)
The teacher will give instruction to read the text quickly and answer the questions on the HO. Then she will give the HOs. Then they will check in pairs and get the WC feedback by nominating them.
The teacher will change their groups and assign each paragraph to a student and ask students to make a question from that paragraph and ask it from their partner. Then she will give them a HO to talk about in pairs. And if time ask each to write their tomorrow's plan on a piece of paper and talk about it with their partner and go around the class to find the most similar plan to theirs.
The teacher will write some of the students nice sentences on the board and then also draw the students' attention to some of their errors and correct them by asking Ss.