LP TP5 Nariman
To provide practice of reading for specific information in the context of The great international night out .
To provide clarification of the new vocabulary and practice some new phrases in the context
Procedure (37-45 minutes)
- I start telling them about a situation about going out : '' yesterday , I went with my friend to have dinner in a restaurant and go to the cinema what about you?''. I chest the hand out to them and ask them and ask them to look at ex.1: Now , with your friend which of these do you do if you go out with your friends ? Which of these do you never do? why not? then I give them the handout. I monitor them for 4 minutes. then ask some of them to tell me about your friend which of these does he/she do if you go out with his/her friends? Which of these does he/she never do? why not?
I will ask them to guess the meaning of this vocabulary: banned :(exemplification ) smoking is banned in hospitals. they elicit the meaning . -is smoking banned at schools? -is it banned to drive very fast? I will show them a picture to express the meaning. then drill them the word I say and the students repeat. finally, I write the word banned /bænt/ ingredients : I ask them to guess : The food is home-cooked using fresh ingredients. i show them some cake ingredients : picture of (eggs- sugar -vanilla-chocolate ) are eggs one of the cake's ingredients? yes is milk one of the cake ingredients? yes, are tomatoes one of the cake ingredients?No then I say the word and ask them to repeat it. then I write the word in•gre•di•ents /ɪnˈgridiənts/ applaud I start to say the word and clap then I ask them to guess the meaning, and I listen to them. can we applaud at the wedding party ? can we applaud in this class? let's applaud together. then I say and they repeat the word. After that, i write it ap•plaud /əˈplɔd/ unwind To rest, relax or do nothing. I show them a photo of the person. he is unwinding. is he working now? does he enjoy his time? is he doing something now? then they drill the word finally I write it .un•wind (v. )/ʌnˈwaɪnd/ . tone-deaf my friend John is unable to hear the differences between pop music and classic music .He is atone-deaf. Does he enjoy listening to music? can he know the difference between Arabic music and English classical music? so he is tone-deaf. they drill the sentence then the word finally I write it on the board tone-deaf (adjective ) stress tone deaf•ness,/ˌtəʊnˈdɛf/ a craze : /kreɪz/ a popular or widespread fad, fashion, be crazy my friend is acrazed about fashion .she buys a lot of dresses, accessories, and make-up. she can't stop buying new clothes .she is a craze of fashion. about me, I craze pop music. girls are crazing fashion. are you a craze about music? what are you craze about? then I ask them to drill.finally I write the word craze (n) and (v) pronunciations/ˈkreɪz/
Now, I stand in a central place and I chest the handout. I give them instructions for reading task 1: read the first paragraph of the article . which three activities in exercise 1 are mentioned? which country do you associate/ connect with these things? first individually. I give them 5 minutes to read and answer then I ask to check their answer with your friend.I give them 3 minutes. then I ask some students to say the answers and ask them. Do you agree with here? I shift to another activity I give them instruction with your friend which of the three activities do you associate connect these phrases with? I give them time to share their answers in about 4 minutes. finally, discuss their answers together. I ask them to look at me and listen : with your friend . Read the rest of the article and complete and complete the sentences. I monitor them during reading. I release their answers. After they finish, I give them the answer key to check their answers in pairs.
I ask them in groups o discuss these questions of ex.5 p71. I give them 5 minutes. I monitor their answer : I listen to their answer. Finally, I feedback on content and language according to my monitoring. Do you like this article? which part do you prefer? why?