To provide practice in speaking for fluency in telling a story about a dangerous or exciting situation happened in the past
To provide practice in listening for gist and specific information in the context of telling a story about a dangerous situation and to revise present perfect simple
Procedure (33-44 minutes)
Focus Ss attention on the photo of Jake on the board. Tell them that he was in a dangerous situation because of a ball. Ss guess what was the situation. Ss work in pairs and guess. when Ss finish, ask them to share their guesses with the class. write them up on the board
Focus Ss on the sentences. Tell them to listen and mark these statements as true and false. Give Ss time to go through the statements and read them. Ss then listen. Ss check answers in pairs. Check the answers with the whole class.
Focus Ss on the questions and answers on the HO. Tell Ss that they are going to listen and tick the right answers and change the incorrect ones. Give Ss time to go through the questions and answers and read them. Ss then listen and answer. Give Ss the answer key to check in pairs.
Focus Ss on the table on the HO and the parts of the story in the box. Give Ss the HOs. Monitor and help. Ss then check answers in pairs. Open class feedback.
Tell Ss to go back to the questions about Jake's story. Tell them to answer the questions about a dangerous or exciting story happened to them. Give Ss the HO of the speaking activity. Ss answer the questions for themselves. Monitor and help. Be sure that Ss are writing notes ONLY and not a paragraph. Put Ss in pairs and tell them to take turns to tell each others their stories. Encourage Ss to ask follow-up questions about their partners' stories. Monitor and write down any notes. When Ss finish, pair them with different S and tell them to tell each other their stories (IF YOU HAVE ENOUGH TIME) otherwise, nominate some learners to report back to the class about what they found out.
write up on the board any mistakes Ss made during speaking.(if any occured) Ask Ss to correct them. elicit and praise their good use of the language.