Philip's Lesson: Speaking,writing,listening and vocabulary.
To provide speaking activity to develop students fluency in the context of a houseswap short text.
To provide students with vocabulary practice,process and produce writing, have a gist,specific and detailed listening in a context of a houseswap text.
Procedure (13-20 minutes)
A picture of a beautiful house is projected and ss say what they see. Teacher prompts ss about the house. On the wb ,Does my house look good? Do you like it? Where is it?Is my house big? What is the color of my house? teacher notes on the board short answers.
Teacher gives instructions. Let me read to you a story about my house .Showing the text Ss need to listen. Teacher checks if ss are interested.
Teacher checks if students have a writing material. The teacher reads the paragraph again and asks students to write down the paragraph. Teacher monitors ss. If there is need ,a third reading is done Ss write again, expected to write more. Instruction: get into groups of 3-4 and write the whole story.Give ablank white paper. write the whole story. Give the original text and ask students to check if similar or different.
On the WB the teacher writes : The house looks nice? Meaning. The house looks nice CCQ Is the house good? yes/No Do you like the house? yes/No Do you have the money to buy this house? Yes/No What is the other word for nice,prompt ....is it bad. Is it beautiful?..Do you love it? Form The house (s) looks (v) nice (adj) Pronunciation Drill The house looks nice.(nais)