How old is it?
To provide practice of numbers (13 to 100)
To practice pronunciation of numbers and to provide practice of listening for specific information using a context of how old people and things are
Procedure (33-41 minutes)
"hello Do you remember my name? How old I am?" ask 1 or 2 student's age
T shows some pictures of famous people (mostly Turkish) as well as things (world cup, house). After eliciting, T places the pictures on WB and write some numbers. SS in groups should match people to and things to numbers. Then T gives feedback on WB.
SS listen to Ex. 1 and repeat numbers together. T also asks some SS individually to check the pronunciation. T mentions one hundred is the same as a hundred.
Ask SS match the words to numbers. Do the first as an example on WB. SS check their answers in pairs. Play the recording. SS listen, check their answers and repeat. T mentions for numbers more than 100 we use "and". Fir eg. a hundred and 2.
Give SS a handout which has 8 numbers and they should write them down. SS check the answers with their partner. T gives answer key for FB.
SS work in pairs(Ex. 3). Student A says 5 numbers of the last ex or ex. 2 and student B write it down. Then SS change their roles. T monitors them.
SS listen to the differences between numbers. Then they listen and repeat. T asks SS individually to check their pronunciation. T writes the numbers on WB. thirteen thirty fourteen fourty .......... ......... T shows stress on "teen" for numbers 13-19. Stress if on first syllable for 20-100.
SS are divided into 2 groups. SS stand in 2 lines in front of WB. T reads a number, the first 2 people in line should write the number on WB. The students are told that the aim of the game is to write first with the most correct answers.Taking turns, a student from each group writes the number. Winner group is faster and has more correct answers.
T sets the context by showing the pictures. SS guess how old they are. T says SS are going to listen to 4 conversations and they should match conversations to a picture. SS check the answers in pairs. T gives feedback on WB. T asks some questions for checking the understanding (how old are they?).
T divides SS into 2 groups. They stand in 2 lines. T explains when she says a number between 13-19 the should jump to the right. If the numbers are between 30-90 they should jump to the left.