To provide clarification and review of language used for agreeing and disagreeing in the context of shopping online
To provide gist and specific information listening practice using a text about shopping in the context of agreeing and disagreeing with ideas
Procedure (38-47 minutes)
-Ask question in the context of shopping to create interest in the topic. -Put some pictures on the board. *Do you like shopping? *Who like shopping more, men or women? *Do you use the internet to shop? *Do you buy any of these things in the pictures? *What else do you buy?
-Tell them they will listen to a conversation between three people.(Don,Marina and Joanna) -Tell them to listen and match it with two of the photos on. -Ask ICQs. *How many items are there on the board? Five. *How many items are they talking about? Two. *Are you writing or matching? Matching. FB: Answer it as a whole classroom
-Tell them to listen to the conversation again and answer the questions. -Before they listen, give them 1 minute to read the questions quickly. -Ask them to listen first and answer the questions individually. -Ask ICQs. *What are you doing first? Listening or writing the answers? Listening. *Are you working alone or together? Alone -Tell them to work in pairs and compare their answers in 2 minutes. -Ask ICQs. *Are you working alone or together? Together. *Are you speaking or comparing your answers? Comparing. *How much time do you have? 2 minutes. FB: Answer the questions with the whole class.
-Give them the handout. -Tell them to listen and complete the phrases alone. Ask ICQs. *Are you speaking or writing the answers? Writing. *Are you working alone or together? Alone. -Play the recording again if it's necessary. -Put them in pairs and get them to compare their answers in 2 minutes. FB: -Show them the correct answers on the board and get them to check their answers. -Ask if their answers are correct and if they have any questions.
-Ask questions and try to elicit correct phrases from the Ss. -Ask CCQs. *When you say 'that's true', do you agree or disagree? Agree. *When you say 'that's a great idea!' , do you like or not like the idea? Like. *When you say ' I'm not sure.' , do you know if you agree or diasgree? No. * When you say 'I don't think that's a good idea.', do you like the idea or not? Not. -Give them some ideas and tell them to agree or disagree by using the phrases on the WB.
-Write a marker sentence on the board. * That's a great idea. -Underline 'that's' and ask what it is.Ask if it is plural 's'. -Ask how you can write it seperately ans elicit the form from them. -Write another marker sentence on the board and tell them to show you how to write it differently as a whole class.
-Write phrases on the board and drill both individually and chorally. -Show intonation and stress by using gestures.
-Put the titles on the WB.( Agree/Disagree) -Give them the cut outs. -Tell them to work in pairs, read the phrases and place them under the right category. -Demo the first one as an example. FB: -Ask if they agree or disagree with the answers and elicit the correct answer from the whole class.
-Tell students to work in pairs. -Tell them to take turns to speak and respond to their partner's ideas in 5 minutes. FB: Ask each other which ideas their partners agreed and which ones they disagreed.