Teaching Practice 2- 02.08.2017- 3p.m.
Students will be better able to form sentences using geography words
Students will be better at listening for comprehension.
Students will develop their ability to cooperate with their peers.
Students will develop self confidence in learning a new language.
Students will be able to extend their knowledge of geography words.
Procedure (29-40 minutes)
As soon as T greets the students, they hear the sound of the river. T asks if they can guess what the sound is or not. Ss try to predict. When the T gets the correct answer, she writes the context of the lesson on the board. T pairs up the students and hands out the list of geography words. T gives the instruction that they will match the words to the pictures on the walls. They need to write the numbers next to the words. T checks the instruction by miming and encouraging them to say. Ss walks around and match. They compare their answers with other pairs'. T reflects the answers and the Ss check.
T provides a fact about geography and asks the ss if it is right or wrong. T groups the students and explains that they will take a quiz about geography T sets the time and ss work on the sentences Groups exchange their answers. They give point to the correct answer. T announces the winner(optional)
Before they start, T addresses them to some useful expressions they need while completing the task. T models and drills. T explains that they will prepare sentences for a geography quiz T regroups ss and provides the necessary staff for students to write and draw T sets the time and students prepare and post their sentences T monitors and supports
T writes group names on the board and explains that they will have a competition Each group will read out their sentences in turns and other teams will respond The group with the most correct answer wins. At the end of the lesson T collects the posters and hangs them on the walls.