Grammar and Listening
To provide practice of the Passive via eliciting activities.
To provide specific information listening practice using a text about surveillance technology.
Procedure (25-50 minutes)
-Show them pictures about the subject - You are being watched - ask them; What comes to their minds? -Discuss it in pairs and then elicit their thoughts about it. -While showing the pictures ask them; What they are? Where can we see these? For what purpose we are using these? etc. -Elicit the meanings of vocabularies (surveillance | sɜːveɪləns | and CCTV-closed circuit televisions-| kləʊzd sɜːkɪt telɪvɪʒnz | )and answers of CCQs. -Then give them clear pronunciation of the words, and drill them. -Write the vocabularies on the board.
1A -Give clear instructions. -Work in pairs. -Give 2 minutes to think and discuss. -Show a picture and ask them to answer the questions that is on the worksheet. -Ask ICQs; What are you going to do? How you are going to this activity?In pairs in groups or individually?etc. -Elicit the ideas for each question 1B -Get their attention on the boxes in the picture and. What are you seeing? -Tell them there is some phrases in bold within them.Ask them to match them with the meanings. -If it is possible tell them to work in groups but if it is not possible tell them to do this activity individually. -Give 3 minutes. -Ask ICQs What are you going to do and how?In pairs or individually? How much time do you have?etc. -Elicit the answers. 1C -Ask it to whole class; Is this techniques being used in good or bad way?Give me at least one example. -Elicit their ideas.
2A -Ask them to listen the recording and taking very brief note to understand whether they like it nor not. 2B -Divide them into two as As and Bs. -Ask them to fill the box by listening the two people discussing types of surveillance technology. -As:make notes on the woman's opinion. Bs:make notes on the man's opinion. -SS can put + if they like it or - if they don't like it. -Ask CCQs. If they want to re-play the listening text. 2C -Ask them to work in pairs to exchange the information that they got from the listening track. 2D -Ask them; Which speaker do you agree with more? Did you opinions change after listening them?If yes,why?
-Introduce the topic: The Passive Passive Voice Song -Tell them they are going to listen a song about passive. -Play the song and want SS to join and try to sing the song together. -Elicit the structures of passive and write them on the board. 3A -Ask SS to underline the passive forms in the sentences. -SS work in pairs. -After they finished the exercise ask them; Why the passive is being used in each sentences? 3B -Ask SS to underline the correct one to complete the rules of Passive.(Individually) 4 -Tell them they are going to make another listening activity with grammar. -Tell them,if the words carrying the important information in the text they are usually stressed.Ask them to underline stressed words. -The first example can be done by teacher. -Use ICQs because it can be a little confusing for SS.
-Tell SS that they going to have a paper and the other pair going to have one too.But their texts are going to be a little different. -Ask them to exchange information by asking questions about blanks on their pages. -Elicit the answers from SS.