Teaching Practice 3
To provide specific information listening practice using a text about parts of a house in the context of the White House
To provide clarification of parts of a house in the context of the White House
Procedure (35-45 minutes)
T shows SS pptx with photos of a house and tells them a story of his friend Donald who lives in that house. He asks them if they would like to have such a house to live in, or such a friend, etc. Finally, he asks them if they know where this house is. (The WH) Then T gives SS list of Qs about the WH. In pairs, SS try to work out the answers. (No WCF at this stage!)
SS listen to the recording putting the Qs form S1 in the correct order. CCQs: Are we listening and writing answers to the questions? No. Are we writing letters or numbers? PWF WCF
SS listen and check their answers to Qs (S.1). PWF WHF
SS are given sheet with names of different rooms and places in or around a house and are asked to look through the list quickly in pairs to see which words they already know (2 minutes). SS DO NOT use their dictionaries. CCQs: Are we using dictionaries? Guess-game The class is divided into two groups. We are playing a guess game. T shows SS pptx with fragments of photos, SS guess which room or part of a house that is.The team which shoots the correct word first scores a point. Each group can only give one answer. If there is no correct answer or SS think for too long (20 sec+), T scores a point.
SS listen to the track again writing down how many of the objects from their vocab list there are in the WH. SS may need to listen to the text twice. PW WCF: How many balconies are there in the WH?
SS are divided in pairs. On the board, there are words. Teacher folds his sheet and reads the sample text non-stop beeping where there are gaps. SS listen and THINK which word best fit each gap. T reads the text again sentence by sentence, SS say words. T writes them down. T gives SS their papers, makes sure they fold them. Student A reads the text two times, Student Z says which words suit the gaps best. Swap the roles. Students divide into two groups - A and Z - and check their answers. Then they feel the texts on WB.