To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of cultural activities
To provide review of cultural activities in the context of media
Procedure (33-45 minutes)
1) T introduces a list of cultural activities and asks ss to pick one of the activities that they either " never do" or they "do all the time", then compare their answers in groups. 2) T uses some pictures to drill vocabulary words that are related to the context ( characters, acting, special effects...)
1) ss go through questions related to the listening passage about 3 people who talk about something they have seen, read or listened to. 2) ss have to fill in gaps of missing words from the listening passage. 3) peer check 4) T provides tapescript for ss to check their answers.
1) T asks ss to choose one of the cultural activities introduced at the beginning of the session, and talk about them following the previous listening passage. 2) T provides ss with some questions to help them answer, using proper language prompts to guide them through. Questions: - What is the activity? - When and where did you see it? - Did you like it or not? - What were its strong points? - What were its weak ones? - What words would you use to describe it? - Would you recommend it to others? 3) in pairs, they tell each other about their chosen topics
1) SS take notes of what they choose to talk about. 2) T mingles ss and asks them to take their seats away from desks and speard in the classroom. 2) In pairs, ss share what they have.
After listening to some of the students ( it depends on the time left), T shares with ss feedback while writing on WB mistakes to be highlighted and corrected.