Listening and grammar
The main aim of the lesson is to give students practice on "Listening". In particular, "Skim Listening for Gist" and "Listening for Detail" through the context of "Schools"
Ss will have some practice on grammar and learn how to ask questions using wh-questions and was/ were based on the grammar exercise and listening tasks.
Procedure (32-43 minutes)
Show pictures of schools, classrooms, teachers, etc, ask the Ss: Was your school like this? How was it? Did you like your teachers? Which one? Why? Task: PW - talk about it with your partner Elicit School subjects: I like Physics. What about you? Which school subject do you like? Write: Art, Music, Science, Maths. Task: PW - Ask your partner Which school subject does she/he like? FB: Volenteers talk to class.
Show the questions first. Have Ss to read them and think about them. Then show them the text, giving instructions how to do the task by giving an example. Distribute the text. They must match the paragraphs in the text to the questions. Pair check, followed by FB: Nominate Ss to come to the board and write the questions in the correct place.i will pre-teach some words that may prevent the students from understanding the text .
the teacher will give instructions through using an example, Ss have to read the text again and circle the right answer They must read the text carefully. Pair check followed by FB:
write these questions: Are you happy at your school (ITI)? Ask Ss: what time is this sentence? Elicit: Now, Present. Ask Ss: What about before? How do you write this sentence for your elementary school? Elicit: Were you happy at your elementary school? Ask: What is the answer? Elicit: No, I wasn't/ Yes, I was. Write: Where is your school (ITI)? What is the time in this sentence? Elicit: now. Ask: Where was your elementary school? What is the time in this sentence? Elicit: Past, Before now. What is the answer for this question? Is it Yes/ No? elicit: No Ask Ss to find the negative form of Was/Were. Elicit: Wasn't/Weren't Write: I wasn't happy at my elementary school./ You weren't happy at your elementary school. Ask Ss.: make questions with was /were. Elicit: Were you happy at your elementary school? Answer? Yes, I was. Elicit: Was she happy at her elementary school? Answer: No, she wasn't. Task 1: Underline was/wasn't/were/weren't in the text.- Pair check, FB Ss show on the board. Task 2: Find the subject for the verbs in the text. Pair check, FB Ss show on the board.
Students have to match some words to their meaning according to text .after that students have toPut the words in order and make correct sentences. Then they swap their answers with other group and check their answers. FB: Answer key OHP.
Put Ss in pairs. Ask them to prepare some questions to ask other Ss about their school days. They can use questions from Ex. 1, but they also must add one question of their own. After that, they change partners and do the interview. FB: Volunteer Ss report to the class. -