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TP4_I'm on the phone
elementary level


In this class Ss will learn about how to listen to a telephone dialogue and understand and practice different ways of pronouncing telephone numbers


Abc HO_speaking
Abc Power Point Slide_Speaking_survey
Abc Power Point Slide_listening 4
Abc Power Point Slide_telephone numbers
Abc Audio
Abc HO_1
Abc HO_2
Abc HO_3
Abc HO_4
Abc Power Point Slide_1
Abc WB

Main Aims

  • o provide gist and specific information about the context of 'i'm on the phone', practice about the pronunciation of telephone numbers

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation, as well as to provide clarification, review and practice in the context of i'm on the phone


Warmer/Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

T receives a phone call...demonstrates a conversation about her day off, makes plan with a friend, mentions a date, then gives the telephone number of another friend. After setting the example, Ss are asked to have a conversation, including a date and telephone number in it. T shows the slide of pictures, people speaking on the phone, writes the telephone number and the way the numbers are pronounced on the WB.

Test #1 (5-6 minutes) • To gauge students' prior knowledge of the target language

T shows the context on the WB through power point slide. Shows the HOs and gives the instructions, sets an example with two Ss. T guides Ss in clarifying unknown vocabulary. Then asks students to do the survey with one-another in the class, walking around.

Feedback (2-3 minutes) • To gauge students' prior knowledge of the target language

Role-playing of a few pairs

Teach (6-8 minutes) • To clarify areas of the target language where students had difficulty in the first test stage

elicited Ss sets example in pronouncing for two different phone numbers. T corrects if necessary. Then practice pronouncing the telephone numbers on the WB, through a slide. Each time one student tells the number, others repeat.

Test #2 (4-6 minutes) • Check students' use of the target language again and compare with the first test

T makes sure there's silence in the class. Then prepares Ss to listen to different telephone numbers. Ss repeat the numbers after hearing. Then T gives HO's with true and false telephone numbers. And asks Ss to underline the correct one.

peercheck (1-2 minutes) • To enable students check their answers and be more encouraged

HOs are swapped

Practice (2-3 minutes) • To give the students the opportunity to practice the new language

Ss to stand-up and ask each other telephone numbers until they get four of them

Listening practice:1 (3-4 minutes) • To enable students listen for gist

Ho are shown, instructed and given to Ss for Listening ex: 1 Ss are to work in pairs W/C feedback

Listening Practice:2 (4-5 minutes) • To enable students listen for specific info

Ho are shown, instructed and given to Ss for Listening ex: 2 Ss are to work in pairs (different) _ strong Ss x weak Ss W/C feedback + correction of false statements by eliciting Ss.

Listening Practice:3 - test (4-5 minutes) • To enable Ss to listen for specific information

Ho are shown, instructed and given to Ss for Listening ex: 3 Ss are to work in pairs Elicit Ss to write the answers on the slide, on WB as feedback

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