Teaching Practice 4
LF: Vocab revision. Students are taught some keywords which come to use when practicing their vocabulary through playing the game activity provided by this lesson.
Skills: Speaking. Students practice their vocabulary mostly through speaking. The game activity provides a chance for them to interact and communicate using the right language.
Procedure (39-53 minutes)
- A number of pictures are shown on the board. The students need to decide whether the activities in the pictures are free time activity or not. - After a short time given for discussing, students are asked to go to the board and draw a check mark or a cross underneath each picture depending on whether they think the activity is a free time activity or not. - If there are any mistakes they will be addressed but if not only the answer for the last two pictures are going to be elicited and explained why.
- Elicit the meaning through conveying the meaning. - Then clarify the meaning through CCQs or other means. - Drill the pronunciation. - Write the word down and mark the stress point
- Give a clear instruction of the game itself. - Tell them to ask you any questions regarding the game or if non of them can answer a question. - Tell them to notify you once they finish. - Give them the handout and then monitor. - If a student finished the game ask them to write the answers to all of the squares on a paper as others are playing. If there are other students in the same position they should work together to find the answers. - If all are done ask them to write the answers on the board for feedback.
- Ask the students who have finished the game to talk to each other about the given subjects.