TP6_LP_Fabiana Gonzalez Garcia
To provide clarification of language used for saying you are surprised or not surprised.
To provide practice of language used for saying you are surprised or you are not surprised.
Procedure (32-34 minutes)
I will share the way I react to surprising news with students. I will briefly talk about the possible reactions people have when they are surprised , 2min. SS will share the way they react to surprising news in the BOR for 3 min.
Ss will be exposed to the TL by listening to an audio about a wife that shares her day with her husband when he comes home. This couple use the TL in a real life situation. I will give stuents a hand out, Ss will be marking with an X what Judy talks about to her husband (Word Document)while they listen to the audio. Ss will compare their answers after I share answer key via chat box.
I will cover the MFP of the TL, on my slides we will talk about the expressions in the text that show you are/not surprised. We will go through the slides while I clarify the meaning by asking CCQs: Is the speaker surprised or annoyed? Yes Does he think what he is seeing or hearing is true? No Does he think what he is seeing or hearing is true or reasonable? No Does he think what he is seeing or hearing is true? No Does he think what he is hearing is serious? No Is the speaker extremely surprised? Yes Is he angry? Yes Is he confused? yes Is the speaker surprised? No Does she think what she hears sounds logical or believable? yes Does he understand the other person's actions, opinion, or feelings? Yes Was he expecting what happened? Yes Did she already know the answer or had a similar experience? Yes Did the she already had a picture of what might happened? Yes Does the speaker know the answer? Yes I will model TL,choral drill.
I will share a second hand out(google form) and have students fill in the blanks, Ss will check their answers on their own while listening to Track 37. Please check your answers while you listen to the following audio. FB
Ss will have an opportnity to use the TL by sharing their day with a partner in BOR. Please share how your day went with your partner. Model with a student, BOR. OCFB