TP8 - Kanta Tateno
To provide process writing practice of a report in the context of describing places
To provide gist in the context of places to visit
Procedure (36-46 minutes)
I will share my Google slides and ask the following 2 questions to my Ss. 1. Where do you live? 2. Where is your favorite place in your town? I will make 30 seconds for Ss to think individually. Then, I will make Break Out rooms for Ss to discuss in pairs. After that, I will elicit some answers from Ss. ICQ: Which tool do you use? Break Out rooms, or chat box? - Break Out rooms. Anticipated problem and solution Problem: Some Ss cannot see the Google slides, Solution: I will type same questions on the chat box. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/16wv2RmCVOQriPe-8JwPXJ7h1Ea6x16tF6F7sntEAgA4/edit?usp=sharing
Ss will read the text with 2 min, and answer the following 5 questions. ICQ: How many questions do you have? - 5 questions. Ss will use the chat box to share their answers after 2 min. After that, I will show the answer key for Ss. Then, I will do OCFB. <Gist reading task for layout> Q1. Which topic is written in (1) ? - A Fukuoka city B Japanese culture - A Q2. What happens in August in Hakata? (2) - A a big festival B a big concert - A CCQ: Do you know what is famous thing in Tokyo? - No. CCQ: Can you play the piano in 'Yamakasa' ? - No. <Meaning task> Q3. You ( A can / B must) see many beautiful mountains in Fukuoka. - A CCQ: Are you ordered by someone to see many beautiful mountains? - No. CCQ: Is it necessary for you to visit Fukuoka? - No. <Appropriacy task> Q4. Which is formal? A You can get delicious food. - A is correct. B You gonna eat food in here. CCQ: Does your teacher say 'gonna' ? - No. CCQ: Do you use 'can' to your teacher? - Yes. <Form task> Q5. You can play the piano. A You + verb + can or B You + can + verb - B CCQ: Do you say 'You play can the piano' ? - No. CCQ: Do you say 'You can speak English' ? - No. <Asking the aim for students to personalize the text> Q6. What is the main goal of this report? - A A to write my favorite city to someone B to write the place I want to visit in the future CCQ: Do you write Japanese city only? - No. CCQ: Do you write popular things of your city? - Yes. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/16wv2RmCVOQriPe-8JwPXJ7h1Ea6x16tF6F7sntEAgA4/edit?usp=sharing
I will say the slide number and students' name before writing. I will make 20 min for Ss to write. Then, I will encourage them to write with my template. I will make some Break Out rooms for students to talk and work in groups. ICQ: Is it OK for you to talk during this practicing? - Yes. ICQ: How much time do you have? - 20min. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/16wv2RmCVOQriPe-8JwPXJ7h1Ea6x16tF6F7sntEAgA4/edit?usp=sharing
Students will do the feedback with peer. They also use the use of a checklist. I will give them 6 min and I will make Break Out rooms. Before this activity, I will give 1 min to encourage them to check individually. After that, I will monitor some students to correct their language mistake. DEC. CCQ: Do you say 'it are' ? - No. CCQ: Do you write 'fmious' instead of 'famous' ? - No. 'famous' is correct. Anticipated problem and solution Problem: There is no mistake in their reports. Solution: I will make some wrong sentences in the white board and elicit the answer from Ss.