To provide gist and detailed listening practice using a text about across cultures attitudes to family
To provide fluency speaking practice in a discussion in the context of differences between old and modern families
Procedure (29-38 minutes)
-greet Ss -project the images of extended and nuclear family -ask the Ss to talk in pairs what types of families they see and ask the differences -monitor -ask the class CCQs: Is this a small or large family? Who do you see in the picture? Do you see just father, mother, and children? In which family do you see grand parents?
- elicit or teach a few vocabulary items: What are the differences between these two families? In which one do children do what the parents say? -write independent on the board. Do independent children need parents' help? Do children " take part in" family activities in an extended family or in a nuclear one? -Write take part in" on the board. In which family are the children more "independent?" -the same with: elderly
-project the picture of Patty, Quang, and Cigdem What is her/his name? Where is she/he from? -explain that the SS are going to listen to these three people and write the correct name -ask the SS what these three people are going to talk about ICQs: Do you write numbers? (No) What do you write? (Names) -give the SS the HO -play the audio once -SS check in pairs -ask different SS to write the answers on the board -check with the whole class
-explain to the SS that they are going to listen again and answer the Qs -chest the detail HO ICQs: What do you write? (T or F) Do you write names? (No) Do you write T or F? (Yes) -give them the HO -play the audio again -SS answer on their own -SS check in pairs -play in case necessary -SS write the answers on the board -check with the WC
-explain to SS that they are going to talk about their families in the past and modern families today -make a list of or highlight some words on the board: children, parents, duty, independent,free, allow, take part ICQs: Do you talk about today or past? Who do you talk about? What do you talk about? -SS talk in groups of three -monitor -ask individual SS to talk about the topic -delayed error correction