Reading and listening
Children 4 level
to improve reading fluency
To provide gist, specific information, detailed and inference
To provide specific information and gist
I will do a little recap of what we covered last session. As a warm up for the new lesson I will ask Ss some questions about how people sneeze , different types of sneezes and what part of the body moves when we sneeze .
T will explain the meaning of some difficult words that may block Ss' understanding . T will elicit the words from Ss and ask some CCQs to make sure that Ss understand the meaning correctly. I will acknowledge that they will have to listen to some people sneeze and each student will have a word to hold up as they hear it .
I will play the audio and white a question on the board for students to answer while they are listening. When they finish Ss will discuss their answers in pairs and then I will elicit their answers and discuss the have a whole class discussion .
I will give each student a paper with a word from the text which they have to say stop and hold it up when they hear it . After that i will write it on the board and ask CCQs to check their understanding .
I will play the audio students will listen and read silently
I play the audio again and students will read silently. I will stop after each paragraph to ask students a question concerning that paragraph.
Students will work in pairs to complete activity 14 page 67 after they finish they will compare their answers in groups and have a whole class feedback.
Students will read the text again and work individually and put the sentences in order to understand the sequence of events that make people sneeze . When they finish students compare their answers with their partners. As a feedback I will give some students markers to write answers on the board.
Students will be divided in four groups to draw a diagram that shows the consequences of events that make people sneeze. After they finish the groups will check the answers of other groups and have whole class feedback at the end.