To provide gist, specific information and detailed listening practice using a text about the media in the context of types of films
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of favourite film
Procedure (40-52 minutes)
- The students watch the trails of some movies. - After each video, the teacher stops it and asks some basic questions about the film that gives clue to the students about its genre. - The students speak about the trails. - T asks the students other types of movies and get answer from them.
- divide the class into groups with three students. - give a handout of ten types of film - get the students to unscramble the letters of the genres. - give the answer key to each group. - drill the words individually and chorally. - ask them whether there is an unclear word or not and explain it by giving examples and CCQs - wants the students to write an example some of the genres - get the answers from them.
- tell the student that they will going to listen a track about a film critic Matthew Jenkins's talking about a new film. - get them to focus on the names in the handout - want them to listen the track and note down who these people are. - get them to check the answers with their partners - want them to unfold the paper and look at the answer key.
- get them to work individually. - the Ss will listen the track again. - want them to tick true, false or don't know for each statement. - get them to listen the track again and check the answers. - get the answers from students for feedback
- put the students in pairs. - show the handout that some words and expressions are written on. - want them to write P (positive) and N (negative)to each word or expression. - the ss unfold the paper and check the answers from answer key. - get them to listen the track again with their partners. - want them to tick the words and expressions that they hear. - reflect the answer key on the board and want them to check their answers. - ask them if there is an unclear word or not and explain it.
- want students to think of a film they like. - show the handout with some basic questions about their film. - get them to answer the questions with short sentences. - want them to mingle in the class and ask their friends these questions. - T monitors the students - ask questions to the students for feedback -give delayed feedback.