Esin-18 September 2017- Do you want to be a volunteer?
To provide gist and detailed reading practice in the context of changing lives
To revise vocabulary in the context of changing lives
Procedure (34-48 minutes)
Write the names of Turkish voluntary organisations on the board. (e.g. TEMA, AKUT, ACEV) Ask Ss if they know the organisations or not. Give a brief example of T's experience. Have Ss discuss in pairs on their participation in voluntary projects in Turkey: Have you ever taken part in one? What did you do? If not , do you plan to take part in one? In which organisation?
Pre-teach Ss the following blocking vocabulary: Disadvantaged To make a contribution The wild Shelter(s) Swing To lend a hand Try to elicit the items from the Ss using visuals, eliciting questions and giving an example of a situation where we we would use the word Clarify MFP and drill the words focusing on the linking Use CCQs
Give clear instructions to Ss to read for gist for task 3 a ( U2b WB p 15): 3 a Read the article once and match the photos 1-3 with the paragraphs A-C. Hand out the article in U2b (WB p 15) to Ss. Ss read the article individually. Divide the class into three groups. Check in groups by writing the answers on the WB.
Give clear instructions to Ss to read in detail for task 3 b (U2b, WB p 15): 3 b Read the article again. Answer the questions with the letters A, B, or C. Have them predict the answers before detailed reading. Ss read the text and answer the questions. Have them check the answers in pairs. WCF and ask how Ss determined the answers
Have a discussion on the following question: Would you like to be a volunteer in a project in another country? Have Ss to discuss in pairs WCF and EC
A mini game on writing sentences using the new vocabulary in the article. Tell each S to write two sentences on the paper that will be provided. Tell Ss the one who posts his/her paper on the WB fastest, will be the winner. Hand out Ss paper, each containing two different new vocabulary. Have them post up their papers on the WB. Have WC to check the others' sentences on the WB.