Everyday Life - Listening & Speking - Mustafa Fouda
To practise listening for specific info and detail in the context of thing in common
To practise less controlled speaking
Procedure (44-51 minutes)
T shows ss a picture and asks them what the people in the picture are doing and why they're sitting together. T asks ss to work in groups to write questions they may ask someone to know more about him. T will ask a student from each group to ask a questions to another student from another group.
T demonstrate Ex.1 p.32 with the class, then has them listen and number. T lets ss listen once, check in pairs, then listen again, and provide the answers.
T gets students familiar with the phrase 'have something in common'. T provides clear examples. For example, T chooses a student and ask: Do you like vegetables? Student answers 'yes'. Then T asks two or three more ss until he gets a 'no answer'. the students will get the idea.
T do the first listening example in Ex.2 p.32 with the class. Then ss will listen, check together, listen again and provide an answer key. Ss will write the answers on the board.
T uses Ex.3 as a way to prepare ss for Ex.1 Speaking. T use the dialogue across the class using open pairs encouraging them to add other activities. T demonstrates Ex,1 speaking. Ss write 4/5 questions. T monitors and helps where necessary.
T asks ss to ask each other the questions as a mingling activity. T plays lively music and lets them enjoy themselves.
T asks early finishers to see if they if they can find two people who have something in common with them