Hussam Hussam

TP 6b
B2 (Upper-Intermrdiate) level


In this lesson Ss will practice the three skills of reading skimming, scanning and reading for detailed information in the context of sleeping and dreams. they will also learn new vocabularies related to this context.


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Main Aims

  • To provide Ss wit gist reading skills then scanning and detailed reading

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide Ss with the new vocabularies clarify them and let students practice these new words.
  • To provide provide Ss with some speaking practice, and teach them some new vocabularies.


Warmer/Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

I will start the lesson with ex.(a) p,59. show the questions on the WB through the projector and ask the Ss to work in pairs and answer these questions. • How can video games help us control our dreams? • What is Sleeping Beauty Syndrome? • What did our ancestors use to do in the middle of the night (which we don't)?

New vocabularies Pre-Reading. (10-12 minutes) • To prepare students for the text.

I will give the Ss Ex.(d) in an HO, elicit and drill the new vocabularies together e.g. (Syndrome, Loyal, deep, century, nightfall, pray, gamer, lucid, and turn round)

While-Reading (11-13 minutes) • To provide students with specific information reading task.

*--will ask the Ss to skim the text first in less thirty seconds and see which question we can answer from the leading-in stage. *-- Then I will ask the students to read the questions in ex.(b) then read the text "Leaving your drams," answer the questions and underline the part in the article that gave them the answers. then get the students to check with their partners and then check the answers with the WC.

While-Reading 2 (13-15 minutes) • To provide students with more challenging detailed, deduction and inference reading task

will divide the Ss into pairs, each pair will be A and B. and give them the HO with two different texts one A and one B. first i will ask them to skim the text in thirty second and see which question we can answer from the leading-in stage. -- ask Ss to read the questions first then read the text and answer the questions and underline the part they get their answers from. then each Ss will tell his partner what he read using their answers. since the previous text that we read (living your dream) answered the first question in the leading-in stage, these two texts each of them will answer one of the two remained questions.

Post-Reading (8-10 minutes) • To provide with an opportunity to respond to the text and expand on what they've learned

put the students in pairs and ask them to discuss the questions in ex.(e) step by step. then put them in groups and ask them to share their ideas

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