To provide gist and detailed reading practice using a text about food around the world
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in conversations in the context of food
Procedure (36-47 minutes)
The teacher arranges the seats in groups before the start of the class, and enters the class with a cup of tea and generates a discussion about "where tea comes from." and asks students to talk about that in their groups.
The teacher pre-teaches the blocking vocabulary through a worksheet. The teacher gives students H/O.1 and asks INS.: "I want you to match the words with the pictures." and give the students 3 minutes to do so. The teacher monitors and provides help if needed and then instructs the Ss to check the A/K (flip).
The teacher puts some picture on the board using the OHP and tells the students INS.: "Look at the pictures and tell each other, what nationalities do you see?"
The teacher chests H/O.2 and the cut-outs INS.: "I want you to match these 3 titles with 3 paragraphs in the reading. You have 3 minutes." The teacher monitors as the students are doing the task; Then takes a WCFB.
The teacher asks students to start reading the article individually INS.: "I want you to read the text and answer these questions." The teacher gives the questions to students. The teacher monitors as the students are reading the passage and then asks the students to check their answers in their groups. The teacher then nominates a few students to provide feedback.
The teacher projects the following questions on the board: -What is a typical Turkish breakfast? -What do you have for breakfast? -What is a typical meal from your hometown? The teacher monitors the students as they're talking and collects major mistakes. Optional (if there's enough time): The teacher puts the students into two groups of tourists and local people. INS.: "Tourists want to eat Turkish food. I want each local, to help a tourist and tell them what is best to eat in Turkey." The teacher monitors while the students are talking.