Parents and Teenagers
To provide gist and detailed reading practice using My family's annoying habits text to enhance receptive reading skills.
To provide accuracy and fluency speaking practice in telling family's annoying habits.
To provide clarification and practice of Family annoying habits in the context of parents and teenagers.
Procedure (32-45 minutes)
Write 'my family annoying habits' on the WB. T shows Sts a photo of her sister and brother. T establish the meaning of annoying habits by writing two sentence on the WB e.g. My sister spends hours in the bathroom in the morning,my father changes the channel . T asks sts 'am I happy with what they are doing?' hence establishing the meaning. T goes back to her brother's photo and tell Sts his age . T asks Sts to tell what group of age is he belong to?
T introduces the highlighted lexis from the text by showing it on the WB. T elicits their FMP from the Sts by asking CCQS.
T introduces the reading task from page 28 'teenagers have annoying habits- but so do parents!' and ask students to gist read the passage. Sts gist read the text for a minute. T asks CCQs to check their understanding of the text. T tells the Sts to read again for 3min and answer P if the sentence is stated by a parent and T if its a teenager. T tells Sts to check their answers in pairs. T do a whole class feed back
T tells Sts to read the text and find which words are connected to housework. T tells Sts to check in pair. Whole class FB
T gives Sts Housework handouts . T asks Sts the verb phrases with their pics. T tells Sts to check their answers in pairs,. T plays the recording so Sts can check their answers.or Whole class feedback.
T sets the Sts into groups that contains parents and son or daughters. T tells them to talk about the habits the find annoying from their family members. T gives FB