To provide listening practice for gist and detail
To provide speaking fluency and understand important vocabulary terms.
Procedure (37-44 minutes)
Teacher will start by talking about a recent news that was heard. Then, students will have a discussion around the topic. Some questions to ask are: Do you watch, read or hear the news? Where do you get the news? Do you watch or listen to the news every day? When? What’s in the news at the moment? They will be sent to break out rooms to talk about it with a partner, then they will return to the main call
Students will see some images and identify what's happening in them to try predict what words belong to each image. Then, they will match images with words and words with definitions in the slide. After, they will see an example of a word used in the lesson and identify where the stress of the word is, then they will individually identify the stress on the 4 new words and place them in the corresponding column based on which syllable the stress is on. then as a class answers will be shared. Finally, students will listen to an audio track with all the verbs (regular and Irregular) in present and past form and will practice saying them after the teacher models.
Students will listen to an audio track and look at some images related to it. The task for them will be to organize the pictures in order based on the order they heard it in the audio track. They will move the letters that identify each picture and place them next to the number that corresponds to each one. Then they will compare answers with each other in pairs and compare what they have once the teacher shares the answers.
Students will listen to an audio track containing news reports. They will listen for specific information to fill in the gap on some sentences related to the news shared in the audio track. Then they will compare their answers in pairs. Finally they will check their answers when the teacher shares them.
The teacher will ask the students to think about a current event or news they have seen or heard. They will share and talk about it in pairs. They need to say what was it about and discuss with their partner as well as listen to the news they share. Once they are back from sharing with a partner they will tell the teacher and the class the news that their partner shared with them.