Seeing without your eyes reading lesson
To provide gist and scan reading practice using a text about seeing without eyes in the context of sound
To provide fluency speaking practice in a discussion in the context of sound
Procedure (34-45 minutes)
Teacher asks if it is possible to "see without eyes" and how. Students discuss this in pairs and teacher gets their ideas
Students do the first activity on page 154 to get prepared for the text vocabulary. They compare their answers and then teacher elicits the correct answers. Next, teacher elicits the parts of speech of these words and drills their pronunciation and stress.
Students discuss the question in "before you read" part (p:154) in pairs and teacher gets their ideas
Students read the headings in global reading part (p:154) and then read the text quickly in 2-3 minutes to match these headings to the paragraphs.They compare their matching. After that, teacher gets their matching and writes them on the board.
Students read the text maps in the book (page: 156) and then read the text in 5-6 minutes to complete these maps. They complete in pairs, teacher gets their answers and writes them on the board.
Students are asked to search for 3 technologies inspired from animals on the internet in groups of 3-4. They need to do this in 4-5 minutes. Later, teacher pairs each member of a group with another gorup's member so that they will share and explain what they have found.