Teaching Practice 2
To give Ss practice in reading for specific information and detail in the context of an actor’s life
LF- Vocab for daily routines
Procedure (44-57 minutes)
Before the lesson, write the daily routine vocabulary (get up, go to bed, leave home, get home, have dinner, have lunch, have breakfast, holiday, start work / classes, finish work / classes, study, sleep, work) on the board. Give instructions for the matching exercise: - Stand in front of the board. - Point out the words on the board. Tell them these are the words / phrases about our daily routine. Tell them daily routine is the things we do everyday. - Hold the worksheet where they can see and tell them to write the right words / phrases from the board on their worksheets, under the pictures. - Show them there are more pictures on the backside of the paper. - Tell them that they are going to work by themselves. - Give them 2 minutes for this activity. - Ask ICQs: How many pages? What are you going to write? - Hand out the worksheets. Monitor. When they finish, tell them to check their answers with the person next to them. Feedback Write: in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening and at night on the board. Separate them with a line. Elicit answers from Ss 'What do we do in the morning/afternoon/evening and at night?' The words are already on the board so they can answer easily.
Show the Ss the photo on the page 22. Ask them: - Who is he? - What is his job? - Is he rich? Has he got a lot of money? Can you guess? Elicit answers. Write the answers on the board. Show them the second photo on page 23. Ask them: - What do you see? - Where are they? - What are they doing? - Who are they? Elicit some answers. Write the words on the board: film, camera, actor, studio. Ask them to work in pairs and guess what an actor’s daily routine is like. 2 minutes. - get up: 7.00 - have breakfast: ? - have lunch - have dinner - start work - go to bed Monitor. Feedback. Ask each pair what they think.
Hand out the reading text.Give them 3 minutes to read the text. Peer check: Were you right? Talk to your pair. Feedback W/C.
Get them read the text again and do ex. 3. Instructions: - Stand in front of the board. - Write the first Q on the board. - Ask them if it is correct: A lot of actors live in a hotel. - Correct the sentence on board. - Tell them to do the rest. - Give them 5 minutes. When they finish, tell them to check with their partner. W/C Feedback.
Ask them: - What do you think about an actor's life? - Is it good? Would you like it? - What is good about it? What do you like about it? W/C discussion.