Edward Murphy Edward Murphy

Can I call you back?
TP6, Upper Inter., Phone (Functional language) level

Description

In this lesson, students are introduced to clarification and practice of language used for talking on the phone. They do communicative tasks for learners to use language used for talking on the phone, and to use the language fluently. Students cover Meaning, Form, & Pronunciation of language used for talking on the phone. We will be using Google Slides & Forms for information. Controlled Practice & Freer Practice provided for students to practice alone or in pairs. We will have feedback on the tasks, in OCFB and after the C/F practice times. At the end we will take time to have DEC and questions, if time permits.

Materials

Abc Chose answer handout
Abc Listening task/audio
Abc Jamboard Q&A, tasks
Abc 2 questions form
Abc CP & FP handouts / tasks
Abc gap fill in handout

Main Aims

  • To introduce and practice language used for talking on the phone

Subsidiary Aims

  • Students to cover Meaning, Form, & Pronunciation of language used for talking on the phone, and to use the language fluently.

Procedure

Warmer/Lead-in (4-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

T greets the Ss. T explains today's topic. Today we will learn about language used for talking on the phone. These words are vocabulary for telephone calls. Soon, I will show you 2 questions for using language for talking on the phone. Jamboard 2 Qs. T to send Google forms link...asks please open the link and read the two Q's. Do you understand? Then we will go in Break Out Rooms. You will have 3 minutes to help each other. T sends google link. T must confirm if the Ss can open the link. T supervises each room in order to prepare OCFB. Break Out Rooms end. Ss come back from the BOR and T nominates one S. T asks to see if Ss understand the 2 Qs . T will give examples as needed.

Textwork (12-14 minutes) • To provide context for the target language through a text or situation

Activity 1: T shares the next google link. A gist task that exposes learners to the TL. Ss compare answers in BOR pairs, then OCFB. T says next you will listen to a phone conversation and answer some questions. You do not need to submit, because you will discuss in pairs. After listening, you have 3-4 minutes to answer the questions in pairs in BOR. T plays CD/audio. T says in your rooms Q&A each other and after discuss your answers. Take 4-5 minutes. T sends Ss to BOR. T uses Jamboard to discuss results and for OCFB. T will not give the answers. T asks students about their answers, assists with comprehension. T globally corrects. Activity 2: T shares the next google link. A gist task to get samples of the TL. Ss find answers in BOR pairs, then OCFB. T says next you will read a phone conversation and circle the right answer. You do not need to submit, because you will discuss in pairs. You have 5 minutes to answer the questions in pairs in BOR. T says in your rooms work on your answers. Take 4-5 minutes. T sends Ss to BOR. T uses Jamboard to discuss results and for OCFB. T will give the answer key. T asks students about their answers, assists with comprehension.

Clarification (9-10 minutes) • To clarify the meaning, form and pronunciation of the target language

T covers Meaning, Form, and Pronunciation of the TL on Jamboard T gives link Fill in the gaps task. Task questions are CCQs. The Ss do this individually and then check in pairs in Break Out rooms. in OCFB, T selects Ss to answer Qs.

Controlled Practice (6-8 minutes) • To concept check and prepare students for more meaningful practice

T gives controlled practice of phone TL on Google Forms. T gives a fill in the gaps task. Ss do this individually and then check in pairs in BOR. OCFB T asks for S volunteers / eclicts Ss choices.

Free Practice (6-8 minutes) • To provide students with free practice of the target language

Ss work in new pairs in BOR and roleplay a new phone conversation. After Ss practice the new conversation with the in another pair. T corrects any mistakes. Ss discuss in OCFB. DEC as time permits.

Web site designed by: Nikue