Rovshan Abdullayev TP1
To provide fluency-speaking practice in a Conversation debate in the context of books and TV shows
To provide clarification, review and practice of language used for Evaluating and recommending in the context of describing books and TV shows
Procedure (37-46 minutes)
T uses TP POWER POINT material and shows first slide through projector. T shows the picture and asks "What are they?" "Are they books or TV shows?" T elicits some answers. T tells Ss "Look at these pictures and discuss .In pairs discuss what are about?"
T tells students "Now we are going to listen to four people talking about these books and TV shows. Listen and check your answers." T shows first and second picture of the second slide. T introduces the questions and gives the HANDOUT-1 to students. Ss listen to the task and answer the questions. Feedback: check in pairs T elicits the answers by WCFB
Before the practice task and listening for detailed , T clarifies the meaning and asks Concept Check Questions (CCQs) to check the form of functional phrases that students might not understand, .
T gives Hand out Ss work in pairs and complete the sentences with the functional phrases. Ss listen to the recording and check their answers. Feedback: First Ss check in pair. second T gets one student to come on the board and write the answers. Ss compare their answers. T checks and gives the feedback
T shows the highlighted expressions and tells Ss to work in a group and decide which functional phrase they can use for "TV shows" "books" "both". Feedback: Check in pairs then T elicits the answer.
T puts Ss in group 3 or 4. T asks Ss to work in group and tell each other a book or a TV show. Ss work in group and describe each other a book or a Tv show. Before activity T gives example and encourage them to use functional phrases. (They will have been shown on the board) T monitors discreetly T intervenes if they need help T takes notes of errors. Feedback: T takes some general feedback on what they talked about
T writes the sentences on board then elicit the correct form of mistakes from Ss