Interviews, Tell Me About Yourself
To provide listening practice using a text about Interviews in the context of Job, University, Student
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation, debate in the context of interview
Procedure (38-45 minutes)
O/C brainstorm about what should/shouldn't be done in an interview. Eliciting the words 'interviewer' and interviewee'.
Words 'expectation', 'refresh','optional', 'tutor', 'demanding' are elicited to students. T tries to explain words by giving examples related to the topic 'interview'. After explaining, written forms are shown to ss on WB.
Ss are told that they going to listen three different interviews. Ss find out what type of interviews they are, which interviewee is acting in a wrong way. They answer the questions in part 4A. Answer are checked in pairs and then O/C. Then they are asked to do B part with the information they remember from first listening.
Ss listen to conversations again and they try to find answers for all of the questions. They correct their mistakes and complete their task. O/C discussion is made about the answers. Ss are nominated for F/B.
T writes the sentence 'I do have a quary' on board and ask students if auxiliary 'do' is neccessary. Starts a class discussion about the sentence and elicits the difference between sentences with and without 'do'. Ss are instructed to do exercises 5A -B in pair. They underline expressions about questions and opinions. While they are working in pairs T sticks dialogue papers on the WB and asks ss to come and underline the expression.
Ss look at page 128/1.3 'talk about yourself part'. T drills the expressions. Ss find mistakes on conversation an page 129/1/3.