By the end of the lesson, students will have developed their ability to listen for gist, specific information and detailed in the context of strange jobs.
To provide clarification and practice of new words in the context of strange jobs.
Procedure (34-45 minutes)
-T will greet SS into the class. -T will ask students to write down jobs that they would like to do and the jobs they would hate to do. -T will ask students to write their ideas on the board. - T will ask students to explain "why"?
-T will divede students into 2 groups. - Group A and group B will compete with each other. T will put pictures and words on the floor, students will match them and stick on the wall. - Teacher will check and if there are any mistakes will ask students if they are sure and then correct the matching. - T will write example 2 words on the board to show how verbs become nouns. - T will give H/0 1 -S will complete the ending of the words. -T will give H/O 2 . -S will complete the puzzle related to jobs -S will find out if the words are nouns, verbs or both - T will provide the answer key.
-T holds the paper up and gives instructions.(You are going to listen to a writer, Daniel Ash, talking about his new book, Which is about strange jobs. I want you to listen and put the pictures in order.) -Teacher asks ICQ. -Teacher will play the audio. -Students will put the pictures in order. -Students will check in pairs. -T will write then answer key on the board.
-Teacher gives clear instructions ( you are going tick the true sentences and correct the false sentences) then, hands out true or false questions related to the listening text. -T plays the audio. -If needed T will play the audio one more time. - S complete the worksheet. -Early finishers will check the answers with each other. -T asks SS to check answers in pairs. -SS will write the answers on the board and explain why false.
-Students will think about unusual jobs. - Students will write their ideas down. -Students will stick their list on the wall -S will walk around and read each other's lists.