To provide deduction reading practice using a text about Stress in the context of Stress
To practise listening for specific information
Procedure (45-55 minutes)
Ensure that the ss’ name cards are ready Ss Look at the picture on the projector. Eliciting the word stressed by asking them (What do you think about these people) Then I have to ask them a concept checking questions, like (are they relaxed? are they happy?) Then I'll have them to drill the word (Choral, Group, Individual) Then I have to write the word on the board, then asking them in which part of speech does this word fall into, then I should mark the stress of the word. Then I have to repeat this process with the word (a single mother).
Eliciting the meaning of some words, such as (then, always, cycle, pick up, babysitter) And follow the frame work of ECDW.
They have to read the article in order to be able to answer the question (How stressed is louisa?) Then they have to read the article one more time with bearing in mind that they have to remember the information.
I will distribute an (A, B) handouts to ss and the I'll get them to ask each other. I will play a music in the background. Then I have to monitor the ss while doing this activity.
I will tell them that they will listen to a conversation between Simon and doctor Parker, then give them instructions to put the pictures in the handout in order. Then I'll show them the key answer. Then before I'll play the listening 3.7, I'll give them the instructions to answer the questions given in the handout without writing full sentences. Then they have to listen to doctor Parker to Simon and write them down. In the end, I have to ask them (Who do you think is more stressed, Louisa or Simon)