To provide gist, specific information and detailed listening practice using a text about number plates around the world in the context of number plates
To review and practice numbers from 0 to 10.
Procedure (37-50 minutes)
Re-introduce yourself and check sts names . Elicit the numbers 0-10 . Go over the pronunciation of the numbers . Get Ss to count from 1-10 round the class, each S saying a number in turn. When you reach 10, the next S starts again with 1. Demonstrate one sample first. Make the flow of the activity faster.
Give Ss hand out . Ss do excercise 1 in pairs. Instructions: "Work in pairs. Put the letters into the correct order to spell the numbers." ICQs: "Are you working in pairs? Yes. Are you writing the numbers? yes. Open class feedback. Write a bunch of numbers on small pieces of paper and cut them up. Give a set to each pair. One person takes a paper, says the number, and the other student says the numbers that come before and after. (model this so they know what to do) (Make sure you erase the numbers from the board before you start the activity). ICQs: " Are you working alone ? no How many numbers have you got in pairs? Two
Set the context of the listening . Give the handout consisting the countries. First, say the names of the countries in the box and drill chorally. To check the understanding, ask Ss to point to the countries on a world map. Use Ask Ss to look at the photos. Ask what they are and where you can see them. Explain that the plates come from different countries. Point to one and ask “ Where is it from?” Ss try to guess. Ask Ss to look at the Useful phrases box and repeat the phrases after you. Pairwork: Instructions: "Work in pairs. Look at the photos. Guess the nationalities. Use useful phrases box". Monitor to check they are using the Useful phrases. Help Ss struggling with the nationalities as necessary.
Tell them they are going to listen to 2 conversations. Write on the board “Where are they? / “How many people are there?” Ask the students to listen and answer these questions. Tell Ss they don’t need to understand everything; they only need to listen for these questions. Feedback: Have Ss check the answers in partners before you do feedback with the whole class
Write on the board “What are their cars' names?/ What are the number plates?"Ask the students to listen more carefully and answer these questions. Tell them they can write small notes. ICQ: Are you writing: Yes Are you working alone? yes Play it once or twice if necessary. Feedback: Have Ss check the answers in partners before you do feedback with the whole class
Speaking: Do ex. 3 Give them a handout which comprises these questions: Do you have a car? What is the number plate? Tell Ss to stand up. Mingle them and want them to ask each other these questions and they will write the names learners who have cars. In the end ask whole class: “How many people in the class have a car?” If -Time Activity 1: Put Ss in teams (groups of 3 or 4). Show one number plate and tell that this is the number plate of Ankara. Show Ss the name of the city (İstanbul) and ask them "What is the number plate?" (34). Give instructions: " Try to know number plates. For each correct answer, one point"