To provide clarification for vocabulary in the context of feelings.
To read for specific information through scaning for vocabulary ( foreigner, little by little, term, forever and anthropologist) and their definitions in the context of Culture Shock.
Procedure (28-45 minutes)
The T shows the ss some photos and elicit the feelings. The T asks the ss to repeat the adjectives after him then he writes them on the board showing the ss the stress and pronunciation. The teacher is going to elicit the following adjectives of feelings. angry happy bored sad nervous worried relaxed
The ss listen to five conversations and circle the correct adjective that describes the people's feelings. Instructions: Listen to FIVE conversations and CIRCLE the correct adjective.
The T. elicits the use of "get" with adjectives and gives some examples such as "get angry" "get nervous" In pairs the ss discuss the questions and answers.
The T elicits the words "culture and shock" before listening The ss listen for selecting the best definition for culture shock. Instructions: We have three definitions "meanings" for culture shock. "Listen and choose the best definition" So you are going to ------------ and ------------
The ss read a text about culture shock to match the definitions with the words. Instructions: Read the text. Match the DEFINITIONS with the WORDS in YELLOW.
The T sticks the photos of feelings on the board and divide the ss into two teams.The teacher says an adjective that refers to a photo. One student from each team tries to reach the photo before the other. The winning team is the one that collects more photos.
The ss watch a video about culture shock and adaptation. They watch the video for answering while watching questions. Instructions: READ the questions and WATCH the video to find the answers. Questions: 1. Where is the man now? 2. Where is the man from? 3. What is the problem of the men in the airport? 4. What is the problem of the man in the emergency room? 5. What is the problem of the woman having lunch?