Loke Wei Lin Michelle TP 5
Students will revise listening receptive skills on Scams using (Speak Out 2nd Edition Upper Intermediate pg 107 by Pearson).
To provide clarification and practice of language used for listening receptive skills - Scams.
To provide listening practice for language for real life situations.
Procedure (41-45 minutes)
The teacher will use (Google Jamboard TP 5: Listening Link: https://jamboard.google.com/d/1XdWIEM3yU4faB1MDrDWceSlFRIeT4UVZY5zXd55S-98/edit?usp=sharing) to conduct Lead-in. The teacher will use (Joke 6 taken from Fun Class Activities Book 2 by Peter Watcyn-Jones pg 71) as an icebreaker as well as to tune-in students to the Gist Task of listening for comprehension. The teacher will ask students “What is the name of the bus driver?” (the answer is the student’s name) Students should answer in an unstructured free form. The teacher predicts that some students would have heard or the joke or know the correct answer and call out their own name. Task is to create opportunities to get to know the students in a short span of time and set new students at ease with the lesson and create a safe environment and build confidence for learning.
Teacher will use (TP 5 Google Jamboard: Listening Link: https://jamboard.google.com/d/1XdWIEM3yU4faB1MDrDWceSlFRIeT4UVZY5zXd55S-98/edit?usp=sharing) to conduct Pre-teach vocabulary. Teacher will provide guidelines and instruction for students to complete task. Teacher will provide (TP 5 Words for Listening Receptive Task Google Form Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdTG5mw5BN12VMRSoPBGPS-lsgYPpw9o3aqqqMJBkuKMTtJRg/viewform?usp=sf_link) for students to conduct their discussions via Zoom Breakout Rooms. Students will present their knowledge of chosen vocabulary word. (Teacher will conduct minimal OCFB to allow DEC at the end of the lesson) Teacher predicts not all teams will finish their preparations. Teacher will then open response to all students to assist their peers to complete task. Task is designed to encourage peer-peer learning, expert group teaching, and student-directed learning. Rules 1. All members should be CONTRIBUTORS to the discussion. 2. You can allocate 1 person or all to be the PRESENTER of the answers. 3. All members are SCRIBES. Each of you should write down your answers on a piece of paper during this discussion. (You may refer to your answers during presentation. Be prepared.) 4. You may conduct research (use the internet, dictionary) for your word. 5. Answers must be read aloud and presented in a well-organised, clear manner. Genuine ˈʤɛnjʊɪn CCQs? • Am I living in a magical lamp? /No • Will it make others happy if you are this? /Yes Example: The ring is genuine 24-carat gold. Form (e.g. noun, adjective, verb, pronoun...) 1. What form is genuine? 2. When should you use the word genuine? 3. What can you add after the word genuine? 4. Give an example of how genuine can be used in a sentence. Distract Pronunciation: dɪsˈtrækt CCQs: Am I taking something out?/ No Are you annoying if you did this? / Yes Example: Their job was to distract me, so they stole my wallet when I was taking a photo Form 1. What form (e.g. noun, adjective, verb, pronoun...) is distract in? 2. Give another example of distract in a different form 3. When should you use the word distract? 4. Give an example of distract used in a sentence? Counterfeit Pronunciation: ˈkaʊntəfɪt CCQs: • Am I buying something at the shops? • Is this a type of exercise? Example: She was arrested for paying with counterfeit money. Form (e.g. noun, adjective, verb, pronoun...) 1. What form is counterfeit? 2. What can you add to the word counterfeit? 3. When should you use the word counterfeit? 4. Give an example of how counterfeit is used in a sentence. Ingenious Pronunciation: ɪnˈʤiːniəs CCQs: • Is this a compliment? • Do I need to meet someone somewhere? Example: The thieves’ plan worked. It was an ingenious scam! Form (e.g. noun, adjective, verb, pronoun...) 1. What form is ingenious? 2. When should you use the word ingenious? 3. What can you add to the word ingenious? 4. Give an example of how ingenious is used in a sentence.
Teacher will use (TP 5 Gist Task Google Form Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc-UzisRMq0J-Bxc-BjTHYbLflKw7C0kSW40oruXf6onw1v1Q/viewform?usp=sf_link) to conduct Gist Task. Teacher will instruct students to open Google Form and play an audio tape for students to listen. Teacher will play audio again for students to check answers. Students will work individually on the task. Teacher will allow students to use chatbox to check answers. A) Which two scams from the infographic happened to the people? B) Complete the statements 1. The thieves distracted Lise by .. 2. She trusted the man because ... 3. She thought she was talking to the bank on the phone because ... 4. The thieves got her PIN code by ... 5. The man in the jewellery shop was posing as ... 6. He accused the woman of ... 7. He left the shop with ... 8. Dan thought that the man was going to ... Teacher will conduct OCFB to elicit student response.
Teacher will use (TP 5 Google Jamboard: Listening Link: https://jamboard.google.com/d/1XdWIEM3yU4faB1MDrDWceSlFRIeT4UVZY5zXd55S-98/edit?usp=sharing) to conduct Production task. Teacher will provide some guidelines for students to follow. (Teacher will not provide guided examples to encourage authentic self-expression and student innovation) Rules: Get creative! In your groups, create a list / poster / mind map/ image to advice others how to stay away from scams. You may decorate your ideas. Rules: All are CONTRIBUTERS to ideas Select a PRESENTER Select a DESIGNER (to screenshare) *Your group must present and screenshare the ideas at the end of the Breakout Room. Teacher may need to reduce activity time due time limit. Students will present ideas and Teacher will conduct OCFB.
The teacher will conduct DEC with remaining time. DEC will depend on the responses of the students The teacher will thank the students for their participation and hard work.