My Favorite Film
Elementary Higher A level
To provide vocabulary practice in the context of my favourite films.
To provide gist and specific information listening practice using a text about my favourite film in the context of films
To provide fluency speaking practice in the context of my favourite film.
Procedure (34-52 minutes)
-After greeting the students, T plays a hot seat game with the students to recycle a few new positive and negative adjectives learnt in the previous class. - T displays pictures of different types of films on the OHP and elicits from students the film names and their genres. - T presents 4 questions on OHP and asks students to answer them individually and then discuss with their partners. - T and students have open-class feedback about them. - T plays her favourite film video and asks SS about it. - T elicits from students the genre of the film.
-T gives cut-outs of film genres and their meanings to each group. -T gives instructions and asks ICQ's. - T asks Ss to match the words with their meanings. - T presents the correct answers on the OHP. - SS self check the answers. - T distributes worksheet 1 to the students to complete alone. -T sets 5 mins for this task and asks students to do peer-check. -T does open class feedback. Pronunciation: T models and drills the new vocabulary. T elicits the syllables of the words from the students. T does Whole class > groups > individual drilling of the words. Open-class feedback
-T gives handout 2 to the students and asks the students to read the questions/underline keywords. -T gives instructions and asks ICQ's. -T plays audio only once. -T asks students to check with their partners. -open/class feedback
-T gives handout 3 to students and asks students to read and underline the keywords. - T asks students to work in pairs. -T plays audio twice - T asks students to check the answers in groups -feedback from OHP
-T gives colour sticks to students and reshuffles them based on colour. - T gives speaking conversation cards to the students and asks them to fill them individually. -T asks students to practice speaking with their partner from the speaking card. - Students practice real-life conversations based on the context. -T asks students to speak in front of the class, each pair takes 2 minutes. -T monitors and notes common errors
T discusses most of the common errors and gives feedback