Annoying sounds lesson
To provide gist, specific information and detailed listening practice using a text about annoying sounds in the context of sound
To provide fluency speaking practice in a discussion in the context of sound
Procedure (33-44 minutes)
Teacher asks students to say some sounds that make them annoyed when they hear. To model, she gives her own annoying sound as example. She gets answers of students.
Students do the 2 vocabulary activities in the book (page: 154) and then they compare their answers in pairs. Teacher elicits and writes the answers on the board. Next, teacher elicits parts of speech of the same vocablary. She asks some personalising questions about the vocabulary and she drills them.
Students listen to the text and talk about the main idea of it in pairs to choose among the options that the teacher gives. Teacher elicits the correct main idea.
Students listen again to number the topics in the order they are mentioned (exercise C, p: 155). They compare their order in pairs and then teacher shows the correct order to them so that they can check.
Students listen again to do 5 multiple choice comprehension questions. They compare their answers when they finish. Teacher elicitis the correct answers
Students discuss the last 2 questions in exercise E (p:165) in pairs for 3 minutes. Then they change pairs and discuss the same questions for 3 more minutes to find out how much their friends think the same as them