Scientist's Survey Lesson
Elementary, A2 level
To provide clarification and practice of everyday objects in the context of survey
To provide the students to to see the same vocabulary in different contexts so that they enhance their schema on even the usual vocabulary
To make the students use their writing, listening and speaking skills in a functional language lesson.
To practise the concept of survey from the last lesson
Procedure (34-49 minutes)
- The T greets the students and shows the picture of a scientist. - The T tells the purpose of the lesson. "Hello kids. I have a friend and he makes surveys. He is a scientist. He loves turkish students and he has a survey for you. He wishes to know what you have in your backpack."
- The T divides the students into two groups and models the activity with one student. - The T starts the pelmanism game and puts letters horizontally and numbers vertically. - when all the pictures and the words are matched they are stuck on the other side of the board so that everyone can see it.
- The T reminds the students about the survey and tells that they will practise for the survey with the teacher. - The T shows the survey and models it with a student after giving the instruction. "Ask me (Have you got a key in your bag?) I have got a key in my bag yes!" Then put a tick in this box." she chooses a student to do another round. - The t lets the students ask questions and fill in the survey.
- The T pairs up everyone and shows the "HANDOUT 2". - The T tells them to ask the questions to their pairs and put tick or cross to the survey. - When the time is up they switch the papers.
- The T gives the instructions one by one: 1. Write your name on the paper. 2. Write 4 sentences about your survey. (The T gives an example on the board.) - If the ss have enough time, they can help the scientist count how many students have keys, umbrella, etc...