Mahshid Maleki Mahshid Maleki

TP4-Mahshid Maleki
pre-intermediate level

Description

In this lesson, students learn about pavement rage through guided discovery based on a reading text about pavement rage.

Materials

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Main Aims

  • To provide gist and detailed reading practice using a text about "pavement rage".

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide fluency speaking and writing practice in the context of conversation.
  • To provide clarification of vocabulary about pedestrians in the pavements

Procedure

Warmer/Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

T will use Google Jamboard to show Ss "Pavement Rage" to elicit personal response from Ss. T will ask Ss "What do you think Pavement Rage is?" T will engage Ss who are quiet by nominating them to say their opinions.

Pre-Reading/Listening (7-11 minutes) • To prepare students for the text and make it accessible

3 words would be clarified before Ss read the text: Pedestrian fine appointment window shopping T will first show a picture of pedestrians on the road and ask the following questions from Ss: -Are the people walking or standing? (walking) -Are they walking next to a road or in a park? (next to the road) -What do we call these people? (pedestrians) T will then ask Ss the following questions to clarify form: -Is this word a Verb, Noun or Adjective? (noun) -Is it singular or plural? (singular) T will then ask the following questions to clarify Pronunciation: -How many syllables does "pedestrians" have? (four) -Where is the stress? (des, 2nd syllable) -Let's say "pedestrians" together. (Afterwards do Individual drilling if needed) T will first show a picture of police officer who fines a driver on the road and ask the following questions from Ss: Did the driver do sth wrong or right? (wrong) -Is she getting punished? (yes) -Is the policemen charging her with money? (yes) -What do we call the action of giving a ticket? (to fine) T will then ask Ss the following questions to clarify form: -Is this word a Verb, Noun or Adjective? T will then ask the following questions to clarify Pronunciation: -How many syllables does "Fine" have? (one) -Let's say "Fine" together. (Afterwards do Individual drilling if needed) T will first show a picture of a phone and notepad next to it and ask the following questions from Ss: -When we want to visit a dentist can we just go or should we call them first? (Call them) -When we call the dentist what do we set? (time and place) -When we call the dentist do we set a time and place with them? (yes) T will then ask Ss the following questions to clarify form: -Is this word a Verb, Noun or Adjective? (noun) T will then ask the following questions to clarify Pronunciation: -How many syllables does "Appointment" have? (three) -Where is the stress? (point-2nd syllable) -Let's say "Appointment" together. (Afterwards do Individual drilling if needed) T will first show a picture of two women window-shopping and ask the following questions from Ss: -Are the women standing in front of the shop? (yes) -Are they looking at the things behind the glass? (yes) -Do they buy anything? (no) T will then ask Ss the following questions to clarify form: -Is this word a Verb, Noun or Adjective? (verb) -Does it need an object? (no) T will then ask the following questions to clarify Pronunciation: -How many syllables does "window-shopping" have? (four) -Where do we put the stress? (win-1st syllable) -Let's say "Window-shopping" together. (Afterwards do Individual drilling if needed)

While-Reading/Listening #1 (5-8 minutes) • To provide students with less challenging gist and specific information reading/listening tasks

T will ask Ss to read the article about "pavement rage" individually quickly in order to see if their assumptions were right and then answer the following two questions they will have 3 min for this activity: T: Read the following article quickly on your own to see if you were correct about "pavement rage" then answer the following 2 questions, you have 3 min: 1. Is "pavement rage" a good or bad? 2. Can it happen to anyone? T will then ask the following ICQs: -Are you going to read the text paying attention to all the words? (no) -Are you going to do this individually? (yes) -Do you have 5 min? (no, 3 min) T will then carry out an OCFB.

While-Reading/Listening #2 (7-10 minutes) • To provide students with more challenging detailed, deduction and inference reading/listening tasks

T will show some questions using google Jamboard. T then instructs Ss to answer the questions first individually and after they are done T will instruct Ss to check it in pairs. they would have 3 min for doing the activity individually and 2 min for peer-checking. T: Now I want you to answer some questions individually but before that take a picture of the text, so that you can refer back to it if needed. You will have 3 min for this activity. T will then ask the following ICQs: -Do you need to take note of your answers? (yes) -Are you going to do this activity in a group? (no) -How much time do you have? (3 min) Answer the following questions: 1. Who is texting or window shopping? 2. Who can't listen to music? 3. Who does the police fine? 4. Who like the idea of a "fast lane"? T: Now I am going to send you guys to breakout rooms and I want you to check your answers in groups. You will have 2 min. ICQs: -How much time do you have? (2 min) -Are you going to do this individually? (no) T will carry an OCFB

Post-Reading/Listening (8-11 minutes) • To provide with an opportunity to respond to the text and expand on what they've learned

T will show 2 questions on Google Jamboard and instruct Ss to discuss the questions in groups and take note of the good and bad points. Ss will have 4 min for this activity. T: I am going to send you guys to breakout rooms and I want you guys to discuss if you would like to have a "fast lane" in your city or town and I want you guys to write 2 good and 2 bad points about having a "fast lane" in your city or town. You will have 4 min for this activity. T then asks the following ICQs: -Are you going to do this activity in groups or individually? (Groups) -Do you need to write something? (yes) -How much time do you have? (4 min) Questions on Google Jamboard: 1. Would you like a "fast lane" where you live? 2. Think of 2 good and 2 bad points about having a "fast lane" in your town or city. OCFB and DEC

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