Demo #5 Listening in the context of computers
To provide gist, specific information and detailed listening practice using a text about problems with computers in the context of computers
To provide clarification and practice of computer terminology in the context of computers
Procedure (41-49 minutes)
T will put two visuals on the WB and elicit basic computer terminology through them. Then, T will ask Ss to work in groups and speak up their problems about computers to warm them up. T will monitor and ask WCFB at the end.
T will give Ss gap-fill HO #1 which includes visuals related to computer world and relevant terminology with missing letters. T will ask Ss to work in pairs and fill-in the blanks. T will monitor and finally hand in the answer key.
First, T will ask Ss to work individually and focus on the main idea of each audio track. For each track, T will ask Ss to focus on the main problem and write down the problem with one or two words. T will play the audio tracks in turn while Ss are taking notes. Then, T will ask Ss to check their answers with their partner. Second, T will hand in Match the problems HO and tell Ss work in groups and discuss the answers T will provide the answer key.
T will give Ss the Question Sheet for detailed comprehension of listening tracks and provide some claification on questions on the WB via PPT to facilitate the students' comprehension and encourage them in advance. After going through the questions, T will ask Ss work individually and answer the questions as they listen. T will play audio tracks in turn and then tell Ss to check their answers in pairs. T will monitor their checking and take notes of common mistakes WCFB
T will give Ss Gap fill HO #2 and tell them to work individually to fill it up while listening. T will play the relevant audio and let Ss check their answers as a group.
T will hand in Match the words-definitions HO and ask Ss to work in pairs. T will provide the answer key on the WB via PPT for clarification of meaning. Then, T will make Ss practice pronounciation and stress through the sentences on the WB. T will modal the pronounciation and stress and make Ss repeat after her.