Eda ASLAN / 13.03.2014/ TP4- Listening and Speaking
Elementary - A2 level
To provide gist and specific information listening practice using a text about talk by an expert in the context of work - life balance
To provide fluency speaking practice in a questionnaire in the context of their work-life balance.
Procedure (31-45 minutes)
- Teacher shows a video about the life in modern times. -Teacher asks some general questions about the video, such as "Do you think that he is happy?" "What does he do in a day?", " Does he have a social life? etc. - Teacher elicit their ideas . - Teacher writes the question of " Do you live to work or work to live?" and checks comprehension by asking some CCQ , such as " Is your work the most important thing to you? Or do you work just to earn money? - Teacher asks which category they think they belong to.
- Teacher gives students a worksheet including target vocabulary and mixed definitions of those words. - Teacher asks students to match definitions with the target vocabulary. - Teacher gives time limit . - Teacher monitors and picks up points. - When they finish matching the words with the definitions, the teacher asks them to check their answers in pairs. - Teacher gives the answer key. - The teacher asks CCQ in order to consolidate the meanings. - Teacher asks students to drill these words both by chorally and individually.
- Teacher asks students to look at the questionnaire on the book ( page: 28) and the picture on the board. ( life- work balance). - Teacher asks students to guess about the topic of listening part and questionnaire. - Teacher elicit their ideas.
- The students asks students to read questionnaire (page:28) and complete the Me column about themselves. Then, the teacher asks them to calculate their points. - The teacher pairs the students and they ask questions each other and answer. They compare each others scores. - Teacher monitors and pick up some notes.
- Teacher asks students to listen to the record (T3.9) and understand what the medical doctor is talking about. - Teacher plays the record and students listen. - Teacher elicit their ideas.
- Teacher asks students to read the questions on Exercise 4 (Page: 28) - Teacher plays the record and students try to catch the answers of the questions and pick up some notes. - Students check their answers with their partners and teacher monitors. - Teacher plays the recording again, so the students can check and complete their answers. - Teacher monitors, picks up some points and gives feedback if it is necessary. - Teacher gives the answer key.
- Teacher divides the class into two groups and asks them to talk about the speaking task (What do you think?) (page:28) - While students discuss the questions, teacher monitors and picks up some points. - Teacher gives feedback to the whole class.