Elif CELIK 05 Nov 2013 Reading for detail ''Pride and Prejudice'' /WR/Speaking
To practice Ss reading skill for gist and also for specific information in the context of the novel ‘’Pride and Prejudice’’.
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice through the discussion questions and if time allows, Ss will also be assigned to a freer speaking and/or writing task at the end of the lesson.
Procedure (28-46 minutes)
The teacher asks Ss as if anyone read the pride and prejudice before. Then, if yes, they will be asked to tell about it to WC. If not, then, the teacher will initiate the speech by providing Ss some cultural background information about the text.
Ss will; be asked to read the questions first quickly and then will be aske to read the text within five minutes. Then, They will be asked to find the answers by underlining them form the text. Then, Pupils will be asked to do peer check. Later on, the teacher asks Ss about where they get the answers from and are asked to underline them on the board in return. At this stage Ss will be picked randomly to underline the phrases on the board. Thus, WC FB applies.
At this stage of the lesson, Ss will learn to read the given paragraphs very quickly to predict the answers. They will discover the key words to predict the potential answers.
At this stage, Ss will be pre-taught some of the six specific vocabulary and the teacher elicits the meaning from the Ss initially then CCQ's by using realistic examples within the context and drills the word and writes it on board by expressing the stress and form of the word. (i.e adj). Ss will be assigned into groups after doing the matching activity individually. Then, they will be given HOs to stick the answers on the board. WC FB takes place.
Ss will be asked to write a paragraph about a novel that they read by using the recently learnt vocabulary. Then, Ss will be asked vto read them out loud while the teacher ensures Ss use the right form of the vocabulary in a sentence and also checks their pronunciation. WC FB applies here.