to practise listening in the context of tips on how to behave
to practise speaking in the context of tips on how to behave
Procedure (26-41 minutes)
Remix the students so that they work with different groups. tell the students a situation where you were invited to a friend's house. You could not smoke until your friend told you to. T elicits the word behave. T writes down the word behave on the whiteboard and gives pens to students and let them write different tips on how to behave.
T elicits difficult words from students and concept check them. -go on a date: go out with a boyfriend or a girlfriend. CCQs: when i go out with my friend for a coffee is it a date? No Do I love the person that i am dating? Yes -split the bill: Pay the bill 50-50 CCQs: Is it when I pay all the bill? No Is it when I share it with my friend? Yes - greet: When I shake hands with someone to say hello. hosts: People who invite guests to meal or a party... CCQs: are the people invited to my house called hosts? No Am i the one inviting people to my place? Yes -crumpled: when you crush your clothes into folds or you irritate them then you have your clothes are crumpled. CCQs: Are my clothes smooth and straighten? No Do I need to iron my clothes? Yes
T explains that students will hear 8 recordings where people will talk about tips on how to behave in their countries. T emphasizes that they will only listen to get the main topic for each recording. T gives few seconds to read the topics in the box. T demonstrates the first example. T plays the recordings in the order in which they are listed on page 76. T asks students to check their answers with their partners.
T asks students to look at activity 1b. Students have to listen again and write down what do the people in the recording say about the topics in the box in relation to their countries. T demonstrates the first example. T plays the recording and gives students few seconds to write down their answers. T asks students to check their answers with their partners. T runs whole class feedback.
T asks students to listen to the recording and to fill in the gaps from what they listen to. T stops the recording and give students time to transfer their answers. T asks students to check their answers with their partners and then raises whole class feedback.
T asks students to work in groups and write tips for a foreign visitor to their country. T advises students to use the useful language box to help them produce their tips. T allows few minutes to students to write down some tips on how to behave in their country. T asks students to stand up and discuss their ideas in pairs and see if they come up with new tips. T monitors the activity and takes down notes for error corrections. T runs a whole class feedback and error correction.