4.1 March 20th
To provide review of language used for answering questions in the context of visiting a doctor
To provide fluency speaking practice in an interview in the context of doctor's consultation
Procedure (53-55 minutes)
The teacher welcomes students to the topic of the hour, and sets a context by having students ask and answer the following questions: How do you get exercise? Describe your exercise routine. Why did you decide to start exercising? What advice would you give to someone who wants to follow your exercise routine? What advice would you give someone who wants to start exercising? Do you often visit a doctor? Why? How important is it to have regular checkups from a doctor? Why? The students are sent to breakout rooms, and the teacher monitors. After time runs out, the teacher provides OCFB.
The students observed the link (https://jamboard.google.com/d/1d7i7cXU3BTkj3xFVDHD5Nd-tTA2Py4lAipsm68gB5I/edit?usp=sharing) the teacher is sharing on the screen. In it, they will have to roleplay a situation using the cues. While students work, the teacher monitors. Students present their roleplay, and the teacher provides content feedback ICQ: Do you write the roleplay? No Do you prepare materials? No Does everyone participates (meaning one doctor, one patient in a group of 3)? Yes
The students observed the link (https://forms.gle/RXyUiGat3kkBgSGn7) the teacher is sharing on the screen. In it, they will see exercises which they will have to solve after watching a video that has the language in context. First, students will read the entire form. The teacher plays the video after (2 times), then, students are sent to breakout rooms While students work, the teacher monitors. After time runs out, the teacher provides feedback on the exercise ICQ: Do you answer the exercise at the same time as the video? No Do you make notes during the video? Yes Do you work the exercise individually? No
The students are given the following context by the teacher: Roleplay a doctor’s consultation. Use at least 3 elements of the language reviewed. The students will do 3 rounds of roleplay (6 minutes each) After time runs out, students come back to the general session and roleplay one in front of the class
The teacher provides accuracy+ content feedback on the roleplay presented (and from the groups). The students are asked to sum up what was the CLO of the day, and if they believe it was reached.