The truth about air travel
To provide review and practice of the narrative tenses in the context of air travel and airplanes
To provide pronunciation practice focusing on past participles and sentences stress patterns in exercises related to the same context , air travel .
Procedure (32-45 minutes)
- Greet Ss - Relate the topic to the previous lesson - Show the Ss the title of the article and ask them about the main subject of this article - Take some answers from Ss - Don't share the right answer with them in this stage
- Give the Ss /HO1/ which has the story and let them read the text quickly to answer ex.a - Ask Ss : Are we reading slowly or quickly ? quickly Are we choosing the correct answer here ? no Are we checking the meaning of new words ? no - Listen to some answers from Ss to and see which one is closest to the right answer - Share the right answer with Ss
- Ask Ss to read the text again but now do ex.b - Let Ss check their answers in pairs - Give them an answer key and let them check their answers again
- Give Ss a worksheet /HO2/ to let them work out the meaning and form of narrative tenses in pairs/groups - Let them check their answers in groups - Answer the questions together with giving feedback - Do ex.c together to see if they get it clearly and to practice pronunciation
- Let Ss do ex.a P.136 /HO3/ - Ss check their answers in pairs/groups - Give Ss the answer key to check /HO4/
- Let the Ss do ex.e page:26 in pairs/groups - Monitor and take some notes - Give W/C feedback about the answers
- Tell Ss to do ex.a+b page : 27 /HO5/ - Before they start , elicit the vowel sounds from them and do one answer together - Let them check their answers in pairs - Play the audio to let them check - Drill the words together and get them to repeat after you - Tell the Ss that they will listen to an audio track about stress patterns and tell them to pay attention to stressed and unstressed words - Get some Ss to read the sentences to practice .