To provide detailed listening practice using a text about The news in the context of The one o'clock news
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of the news
Procedure (42-50 minutes)
-T opens a news video for 20 sec. Asks SS "What's this". -Talking about what kind of news it is T stars setting the context. -T asks students speak in pairs about the questions in the first section.
-T writes Past simple on the board and draws two columns, one section regular and the other section irregular. - T explains the difference between the two verbs. - T works on pronunciation.(-ed) - T asks CCQ: Are they in the same form?
-T shows pictures of words that will be used in the listening part, elicits them from the students. - T asks CCQs : Is this a train? Does a boat fly in sky? Do we put letters in the envelope? - Then students looks at the pictures in section b and matches the words that are in the pictures. Look at the pictures and match with the words.
-T opens the audio and asks students to listen and order according to the listening. Please listen and order thsese pictures. (T shows the pictures by pointing out.)
-T asks SS to look at the sentences. - T tells students to listen and choose the correct answer according to the listening. - SS check their answer as pairs and they check as a WC Look at the sentences here. Listen and choose the correct answer.
- T sticks news pictures in different places around the class. - SS stands up as pairs and talk about the news around the class. - After pairs finish talking, they will change partners. - During the activity T will write the mistakes and correct them after the activity is over. Now(with body language T raises her hands to get students to stand up.) Look at the walls, you see the pictures. In pairs, go and talk about the news picture.
-T writes verbs on the board with "-ed". - Students will be in pairs to categorize them in the correct places. /d/ /t/ - T will hand out the answer key. Look at the board and categorize the words according to the sound. T gives the first example.