TP 2, Listening
Upper Intermediate level
To provide listening practice for gist and specific information in the context of tipping customs in the two countries.
To provide new vocabulary relevant for the listening track.
To provide speaking practice based on the content of the listening track.
Procedure (37-47 minutes)
Have learners tlak about the following question: Who do you normally tip and when do you decide not to?
Pre-teach vocabulary: 6$ fare bellhop a couple of Meaning: sts match the words to the pictures and then explain it using their own words. CCQs: 1. Is it a fixed price?- Yes. 2. Is it a profession?- Yes. Does this person work in an office?- No. 3. Does it mean two?- No. Do we speak of an approximate number?- Yes. Can I say "several"?- Yes. Form Sts match the words to the parts of the speech. Pronunciation after checking the transcription of the 3 words, the emphasis is made on FARE and homophones (the topic which was touched in the previous class, so it's a mini review). To assure students' understanding of the new words, they do an exercise Right/Wrong, deciding whether the meaning is correct.
Listening for Gist Listen individually and then discuss in pairs this question: Are the tipping rules the same in the UK and the US? Give an example. Students listen individually and then discuss in breakout rooms before OCFB. ICQ: How many minutes do you have for this task?- 4 minutes
Students listen a second time carefully for specific information. They get 4 Multiple Choice questions about the listening track. (Ex 2b adapted on Google Forms) After that they check the answers in pairs (via breakout rooms) before OCFB. When they return from breakout rooms, the correct answers are discussed together in group. ICQ: How many minutes do yuo have for this task? - 4 minutes.
Students get the question to discuss in breakout rooms before OCFB. Make a list of 3 groups of people that you think deserve tips (apart from waiters/waitresses and taxi drivers). ICQ: How many minutes do you have for this task?- 5 minutes. Teacher conducts feedback on the task. Delayed Error Correction (DEC).