Talking About Something You Read, Watched or Attended
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversations in the context of giving a review of something read, watched or event attended
To provide practice of the vocabulary items a musical, a classic concert, novels, the ballet, rock concern,costumes, lyrics, special effects in the context of liessure activities
To provide gist and specific information listening practice using a text about reviews in the context of a book read, a film watched or a concert attended
Procedure (32-45 minutes)
Ss name the second person to them then the third person to them.
Ss watch pictures on P. 66 and 67 and match them to vocabulary items in the box. Ss check in pairs then at class level.
Ss match vocabulary items to examples: a musical, a classical concert, a rock concert, a play costumes lyrics, T elicits the context of the listening. Ss read the questions before they start listening. Ss listen and fill in a table with the answers. Ss check in pairs. T provides Ss with correct answers on the projects and the tape script for further reference
T gives clear instructions. Ss read directions on P. 67 Ex. 1 and take their time to prepare their reviews. T gives ICQs to make sure the task is clear In groups, Ss share their reviews. Ss who do not have experiences to review are identified to speak about other Ss in their groups.
Individual Ss are asked to tell the class about reviews of other Ss in their groups that they liked.
T lists the errors he monitored during the free practice and elicits Ss correction. T must avoid naming these examples. T should include one or two examples of good language and praise names of the Ss.