To review and practice question word order.
To give Ss practice in speaking.
Procedure (45-58 minutes)
- T asks the students who uses smarphones and brainstorm why they are called so. - T shows tho screenshots taken from an iPhone, and asks the Ss to guess where it comes from and what it is.
- T tells the Ss to read the answers in activity 1 and try to figure out where Alice is. - In pairs, students discuss how they reached their conclusions and why. - T elicits some guesses and asks for their reason.
- T tells the Ss to put the questions in the reading text in the right order with a partner. - The students listen to the recording to check their answers.
- T asks the students to think about the questions in the listening and underline the words they think are stressed in pair and say them out loud to get to the correct pronunciation. - T explains what 'stress' is if necessary. Explains the differences in pronunciation with the Turkish language. ( Turkish raise their voice in sentences whereas in English you have to lower your voice for a statement.) - Ss listen to the recording and check their answers. T stops the the recording after each question for the Ss to repeat.
- T hands out the papers with the written questions and gives the students time to answer them individually. (They do not write their names on it.) - T gathers all the answer sheets and distributes them randomly to the classroom. - T explains that they have to find their own papers only by asking one question at a time and decide if it is their paper. Ss don't show their papers to their peers. -After given time is complete, the students who found their own papers raises their hands and congratulated.
- T has the students turn to page 4, activity 2. - T explains the students that they are going to choose the correct answer from the two options they have to form a correct question. T explains the example question. - T tells the the Ss to compare their answers with their partners and discuss. - T elicits the correct answer from the Ss. - T asks for volunteers to read the dialogue out loud.