Yeşim Kalkan. 8 Nov 2016. Criminal Records. TP7
Pre-intermediate A2/B1 level
To provide gist, scan, detailed and inference reading practice using a text about criminal records in the context of committing crime
To provide clarification, review and practice of crime related words in the context of committing crime
To provide fluency speaking practice in a debate in the context of committing crime
Procedure (45-53 minutes)
T greets the students. T tells Ss that they have learned many words about commiting crime in the previous lesson. T shows the hand out to Ss and asks them to match the titles with the pictures. There is one title they do not need. T asks Ss to match them with their partners. ICQ: Are you matching the titles alone? (no) Is there one extra title that you don't need? (yes) You have one minute. Time's up! T elicits the answers (WC)
T tells Ss to work with their parrner; from the titles and pictures, what do you think happens in each story? Guess. T monitors Ss to identify if Ss come up with an interesting idea If not, T asks few Ss to tell their assumptions about the text by showing the pictures. (WC)
T tells Ss to read the story individually to match the pictures, titles and texts in exercise 3. (3 minutes) ICQ: Do you have to understand the whole text? (no) T asks Ss to compare their answers with their partners (Peer-check) T elicits the answers. (WC)
T asks Ss to read the text one more time to answer the questions in exercise 4. ICQ: Are you reading alone or with your partner? (alone) T asks Ss to check their answers with their groups. T elicits each answer from a different group.
T asks Ss to match the underlined words in the stories with their definitions. Ss have 3 minutes. T asks Ss to peer-check. T shows the answers on the board.
T asks Ss which story they liked the most and why. Ss discuss it in groups. T elicits answers from each group.