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Gokce Lap/ TP7
Pre- Intermediate level

Description

In this lesson, students will be discussing about if they are a morning person/ Lesson starts with questions that is related to topic which students will talk about. Then, teacher goes over the text and teaches essential vocabularies to comprehend the main idea. Next, students read the text and find out the gist. After that, they read it again to find specific information and for deeper comprehension. Finally, Students reflect the text and talk about their morning habits.

Materials

Abc Visual Aid using projector
Abc Visual Aid: Set of pictures
Abc Texts for students to read
Abc Self-Designed Handout

Main Aims

  • By the end of the lesson, students will have developed their reading skills by completing the dialogue.

Subsidiary Aims

  • By the end of the lesson, students will have developed their speaking skills by talking about if they are a morning or evening people

Procedure

Warmer/Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To generate interest in the theme/ topic of the lesson

T starts playing a video to attract Ss` attention. (2:50) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biW7-lQ1X8M Then T puts Ss in pairs and get them to interview their partner with following questions. 1 What time do you wake up during the week? 2 Do you use an alarm clock to wake up? If not, what makes you wake up? 3 Do you get up immediately after you wake up? 4 When you first get up do you feel...? a-awful b- quite sleepy c- awake and energetic T gets some feedback from the class.

Pre-Teach Vocabulary (10-12 minutes) • To pre-teach / unblock key lexis needed to help students understand the text

T projects photos on the board and tries to elicit what all the blocking words mean. 1. Early bird: A person who gets up or arrives early (Cambridge, 2019) 2. Wake up: To (cause to) become conscious after sleeping. (Cambridge, 2019) 3. Get up: Rise or cause to rise from bed after sleeping. (Oxford, 2019) 4. Awful: Extremely bad or unpleasant. (Cambridge, 2019) 5. Presenter: Someone who introduces a television or radio show (Cambridge ,2019) 6. Give up: To stop trying to do something before you have finished, usually because it is too difficult (Cambridge,2019) 7. Awake: Not sleeping (Cambridge.2019) T models and drills pronunciation. After T clarifies the M, T pronounces and repeat with the SS as a group and individually.

Reading for gist (8-10 minutes) • To encourage Ss to read for gist/ general understanding. For learners to get an overview of the text

T asks Ss to read the text quickly and gives Ss, in pairs, a couple of minutes to guess what this text about. T monitors and gets feedback.

Reading for specific info (8-10 minutes) • To practice reading for specific information (scanning). To (further) familiarise learners with the text

T asks students to read the text more slowly and match the questions and answers. T gets Ss to compare with, a partner, and then checks answers. 1-G 2-C 3-D 4 -B 5 -A 6-E 7 -H 8-F 9-J

Reading for detail (8-10 minutes) • To practice reading for detailed comprehension. For learners to understand the text in depth

T tells Ss to cover Sara’s answers and to look at questions on part B. They should now tell their partner what they can remember about her answers.

Speaking Task (8-10 minutes) • To allow an opportunity to react to the text and personalise the topic

In pairs, Ss discuss the two questions. 1- Would you like to work the same hours as the radio presenter? 2- In general are you a morning or evening person? T demonstrates the activity by answering the two questions him/herself. Get some feedback from the class

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