Teaching Practice 3
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of food, drinks, prices
To provide accuracy speaking practice of foods and drinks.
Procedure (22-45 minutes)
T shows the pictures of money and price then asks various students: " What are they? T drills these words ( money and price) T asks some questions to personalization: "Do you like money? , Are you rich?" T puts the symbols of currencies on WB ( pond, euro and dolar). Selects some students to write them on WB.
Sts match prices with their written forms then they check with their partners. Sts write answers on WB to get feedback.
T gives them yellow, pink and blue cards then asks: "Pinks sit with your pink partners, yellows please sit with yours." Then T gives prices to each group. In each group, one of the sts will take the card and say the price to his partners. Then others go on. T silently monitors them to check their pronunciation. Then sts listen and practice of the prices.
T gives HO. Sts are expected to fill the gaps with " is / are / how much". Sts check in pairs then the teacher elicits answers.
T builds a story with Sts. T shows a couple then asks: Who are they? Do they love each other? Where are they from? What do they do? Do they like cafes?" By doing so, T higlights some words related to food and drinks on WB. T asks some CCQs such as: " Do they like tea? Is cappucino a food? Is this a drink? " T also asks showing some pictures : " Do you like mineral waters? What do you eat in a cafe? " Then Sts are expected to match the foods and drinks with pictures . They check together.
T writes some sentences on WB with gaps and then T again indicates the photo of the couple in the story . T says: " After they go to the cafe, they want to go to the ..... ?. They see pens, cars, a watch and a computer in there. They ask to the shop manager. T elicits responses. T writes on WB: " How much...... this watch? How much ........ the cars? T elicits answers and gives the rule.
T asks: " Look again the price list. Work in new pairs. Choose food and drink. Ask your partner the price. T shows the demo of this activity selecting one of the Sts. Student A: How much is an orange juice. Student B: one pounds eighty T asks some ICQs. " Are you writing or speaking? How much time do you have? Is it a PW or not? " T monitors them.
T gives jumbled sentences:" it/ How much / is? " and in groups of two Sts are expected to make sentences with them. They check together. T gives an answer key.
T writes some wrong sentences from Sts when she monitors them. Ex: How much is they? How much are this computer? T selects Sts with a ball to correct the sentences on WB.(without addressing whose mistake it is) and Tasks if it is true or false and if it is false, she asks for correction.