To provide gist reading practice using a text about identity theft in the context of technology
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation of security in the context of technology
Procedure (42-45 minutes)
I say hello to the students and tell the goal of the lesson. I share the following link: https://www.menti.com/6kn7e66ie9 , so they can vote on the question of this link: https://www.mentimeter.com/s/f0e48dcbee9de4084d52996b8c4a483a/71bd1198aa85. In previous classes, I have had a delayed reaction, so I exemplify by answering: I use my cellphone
MFPA (2 min): (As explained in problems and solutions) I share the prepared slide with the vocabulary selection and give a minute for students to analyze it, and ask if there are any questions. CCq's for MFPA: Are all meanings logical? Do all words have the same form? (no) Are all words nouns? (no) Are all words appropriate for all contexts? (no) Do you pronounce all words the same? Then, I tell them: We will read now about the importance of protecting your ID... Enter the following link (https://forms.gle/pW6PfzqkKfgKGWci8) (I share the screen in the process). Do not submit, and write down when finish. ICQ's: Do you read for detail? No Do you write finish or done in the chat? Yes Do you finish the activity? No (This stage can be combined with the next one as it pertains to time)
After I have confirmed everyone has finished, I say: With the information you got, please contrast in your groups (BRouts) (I give four minutes). After they have finished, I bring them back, I ask for an example (What do you have Rosaly), and then share general results from the quiz.
(Considering the problem and solution registered) I tell the students (sharing my screen in the process): Enter this link: https://forms.gle/9v9uPmpaMbCcfPMP8 You read the text again and answer the questions. Do not submit (I cross out the submit button while doing that). Please write done/ finish when you complete the activity.
Two alternatives for this (considering what was said on the previous step). If students finish with more time: 1) I tell the students: Enter your groups and compare answers. I bring them back and share group results. If students finish on time: 2) Text on a private zoom message the results with the following partners (I do the groups). Then, I confirm by sharing the group results.
I tell the students: speaking of security; in groups, you answer these questions (I share screen and form: https://jamboard.google.com/d/1OcR6DG-NAusZz8ZlCreeJ_O5j8BtzcWy4CVbrVQPMbY/edit?usp=sharing) After I create the breakout rooms, at half of the mark I tell them I will move them to a different team. While students work, I listen to know if I include feedback for accuracy, and not only content.
I ask students: What did your peers say? Do you agree? Why?