Teaching Practice 3
To provide practice of question form in the context of sports
To provide gist listening practice using a text about sports and games.
To provide fluency speaking practice in the context of sports and games
Procedure (34-45 minutes)
-T asks the following questions to the class: Ex. 1; pg. 8 Which sports or games are popular in your country? Do you play any sports? Do you play any games like chess or cards? -T elicits a few ideas from learners. Write learners ideas on white board
-Instructions: You are going to listen to an audio. Before we listen, predict the answers to these questions (ex. 3 pg. 9): How does a soccer referee signal the end of a game? How long does an Ice Hockey match last? What color is the shirt of the race leader in the tour the France? -T writes top three predictions on the screen. -Instructions: Now, listen to the text, pay attention only to the main idea or the gist of the text. -ICQs: Are we reading for much detail or just the main idea? main idea -Learners discuss if predictions were correct. -T conducts OCFB
-Meaning (TL):T complete two Jamboard, separate class in two groups, each group work on a separate jamboard link. -Instructions: Match the words in the box with the definitions -Teacher only observe and assist if needed -T conducts OCFB for errors. Do you play football? CCQs: Is this a closed question? yes Can I answer yes to this question? yes Form: Yes/No (closed) question Pronunciation: də jʊ pleɪ ˈfʊtˌbɔl? When is the next Olympic? CCQ: Is this asking for much information? yes Is it asking for location? no Form: Information/open question Pronunciation: wɛn əz ðə nɛkst oʊˈlɪmpɪk Which do you prefer, games like cards or sports? CCQ: Do we use to question to compare two or more things? yes Is it to identify something? no Form: Information/open question Pronunciation: wɪʧ dʊ jʊ prəˈfɜr, geɪmz laɪk kɑrdz ɔr spɔrts? Are you an athlete? CCQ: Is this asking for detail information? no Can you answer no to this question? yes Form: Yes/No (open question) Pronunciation: ɑr jʊ ən ˈæˌθlit?
-Instructions: You will receive a google form in the chat, complete the form individually, then compare your responses in the chat with a partner. -ICQs: Are you writing in the chat to your partner or to everyone? Partner. -Are you completing the form as a group or individually? individually -Once form is completed and students have compared their answers, elicit some answers. -T conducts OCFB
-Instructions: T ask this question to one student: Where do you usually travel on vacation? Learner ask the same question to another student. Learners will write 3 questions each to ask their partner in the breakout room. -T demos -T rotates from room to room assuring students understand the task and answer any questions. Learners will switch partners if time allows. -Learners return to main room. -T conduct OCFB
- T conducts OCFB - T conducts Delayed Error Correction