To provide To provide the Ss practice listening to conversations within the context of different aspects of luck
For the Ss to practice conversational speaking practice by utilizing new vocabulary.
To provide fluency and accuracy
Procedure (38-50 minutes)
-T greets Ss and elicits from the students what they think a “horse shoe” in a photo means - T asks if horseshoes also mean good luck in your Sts’ country. - Ta asks Sts to think of things which in their country are considered either good luck or bad luck. -Ss brainstorm on the given topic and answer back. -T asks students to read questions and work in group of two and Elicit some ideas about what Sts might do in such situations. This should be a short lead-in to the listening.
To preteach vocabulary/phrases they will encounter in the listening Once the students have posted the phrases next to the pictures, I will ask them to explain what each phrase means. If there is any confusion, I will ask other students if they can explain before providing my own explanation.
I will have the students listen to this exercise 9.1. Before listening through, I will have the text in front of them to read and listen at the same time. I will give them 2 minutes to read the text. -T ask Ss to read the instructions and the words and phrases in the list, making sure Ss know what they mean. -T play the recording. -T put Ss in pairs and tell them to summarize what happened using the words and phrases in the list. 3min
-T elicit some ideas about what Ss think happened next, but don’t tell them if they are correct. -T Play the audio once the whole way through - Ss are going to listen to the end of the story. -T Elicit what really happened, and ask Sts if any of them guessed correctly.
-T asks Sts to read the four questions. -T play the audio again. -Ss compare with a group, and then check answers.
T asks Ss to tell their partner / group about their story using the prompts to help them answer the question in the free practice. • WHERE IT HAPPENED • WHAT THE PROBLEM WAS • WHAT YOU DID TO HELP A STRANGER / WHAT THE STRANGER DID TO HELP YOU