TP1 - PART A - Joey Guertin
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of family
To provide specific and detailed information about a survey of 21st century families.
To provide review, clarification and practice of family members lexis.
Procedure (32-46 minutes)
The students will be offered 3 pictures and discuss in groups the people and actions happening on the pictures. They will be asked to name them, what they are doing and present them to the class.
The students will discuss the differences of the different terminology of family members. Once completed, they will be asked to explain to the class what they think the difference is. Then, they will be presented with a family tree with blanks and asked to put the different terminology in the right places.
T will write the percentage on the board. Ss will read the survey and guess the percentage of each missing parts and discuss together what the percentage might be. Once completed, the students will close their book and get ready for note taking.
Students will be handed an empty piece of paper and will be told that they have to take notes of the numbers that they hear from the previous reading exercise. The listening will be played once. Ss will compare their notes in pair
Ss will listen again to the recording and see if their guesses and note taking were accurate. Once completed, they will have to reflect on the survey and imagine of the outcome of such a survey if it were conducted in Turkey.
Students have to discuss and state their opinions on five (5) general statements about family interactions and behaviour. T writes the structure for giving opinions on the board (Should have, should be). T gets feedback from the class at the end of the lesson. If there is time left, T can point out some corrections.