Derek and Dave
By the end of the first section of the LP, Ss will have demonstrated reading skills and comprehension tested through comprehension exercises. The bulk of the LP will focus on a listening recording where Ss will demonstrate their ability to listen for gist and detail. This will be verified through exercises and WC FB. The end of the LP will have Ss focus on freer speaking. During this portion, Ss will demonstrate their comprehension of the concepts of dilemma and problems solving, while also exercising their speaking skills.
Ss will further develop oral fluency on newly acquired topics of conversation. Ss will also further develop their reading skills through skimming and detailed reading.
Procedure (36-44 minutes)
Students will receive a blank piece of paper in which they will draw their own name in the form of an animal or object. A WB demonstration will be made.
Introduction of the idiom, "at a crossroads." I will ask Ss if they already know the meaning. If not, I will guide them to the meaning by eliciting FB on familiar concepts. In Conclusion: What does it mean? When can this idiom be utilized?
-At a Crossroads HO: Exercise 1: Ss will read the three scenarios and discuss in pairs Ex1, then WC FB. Exercise 2: Ss will answer opinion questions utilizing PW, then WC FB.
Chest Derek and Dave picture. Ask questions about the picture to stimulate the imagination. Elicit guesses about Derek's dilemma. - Write ideas on the WB.
Listen to Audio Recording: 1.57 Have Ss listen to the audio recording, pause, then determine gist. Check WB predictions -- Who is closest? Attempt questions 1-4 with PW, if attempt is not successful, replay audio recording.
I will ensure that Ss posse full comprehension of questions 5-8. Ss will listen to the second half of the audio recording and attempt questions 5-8 of Exercise 2. Answers will be checked in pairs followed by WC FB. I may reference the tapescript if any clarification is needed.
Exercise 4: GW with WC FB -If time is available the WC will explore double feedback error correction examples on the WB.