TP1 Numbers (0-10)
Elementary, A1+ level
To provide practice of listening for gist, specific information and detail.
To review and practice numbers from 0 to 10.
Procedure (41-52 minutes)
Getting to know you game to learn the names of the students. (Ball game) Elicit the numbers 0-10 (there’s a good chance they’ll know them, write the numbers on the board, and go over the pronunciation). -Today we will speak about... numbers.
Ex. 1, P.8. Students work in pairs. They put the letters into correct orders to spell the numbers. Whole class checking. I give a set of cards with written numbers 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)
I would pay students' attention to the picture of plates. I would ask some questions: Look at these pictures. What is this? Where do we use them? Where is it from? Why? Look at ex.1. Then Students look at ex.1They work in pairs and try to predict where they come from. There are 10 countries below in the exercise. Check in pairs. Whole class discussion.
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 (Play it only once. Peer checking before you do feedback with the whole class.)
Listening for Detail: Do ex. 2 – Match the number plates to the conversation. Probably, What kind of car do they have? What are their names? Work in small groups
Speaking: Do ex. 3 Try putting them in different pairs or small groups. Do you have a car? What is the number plate? Students have to stand up and count how many people in the class have a car. How many people in the class have a car? If time: Practice saying a number. A: Say a number. B: Point to the correct number plate.