Philip LessonPlan. Listening, Vocabulary (Parts of a house)
To develop students listening skills for gist,specific information during first listening and second for detailed information in the context of a historical house.
To provide students opportunity to practice and clarify vocabulary in the context of a historical house on the topic parts of a house.
Procedure (31-46 minutes)
Mimic sleeping to ss.Ask where i'm i? Draw an oval shaped diagram and prompt ss on the room.....bedroom. Mimic bathing and ask ss with prompt to elicit a response ----bathroom At the centre of the diagram write room. Ss work together on the other rooms
Show the ss a picture on chest. Ask ss to match rooms with vocabulary. Hand out the assignment
Teacher asks ss In your house /flat... where do you watch TV Work in pairs and tell your partner Give handout
Ask ss to listen and peer check
Project 1600 Pennysylvania Avenue Teacher asks. What do you know about this house? Teachers ask ss. Answer the questions. Gives a handout Teacher asks to peer check Nominates one to give one part Teacher asks Is it ok?
Teacher tells ss to listen Put the questions in the order you hear them Gives a hand out
Teacher tells ss to listen a second time. Teacher tells ss to complete sentences with numbers from the box Teacher gives Handout
Teacher asks would you like to visit this famous house?Tell your partner. Teacher asks: Does the president or prime minister of your country have a famous house? Where is it? Are there any other famous houses or flats in your country? Where are they? Teacher gives out a hand out
Teacher asks if there is any question not clear? Teacher checks if well understood by eiliciting from ss any issue