To provide fluency and accuracy in the context of whether technology is good or not.
To provide fluency in the context of the benefits of technology for blind people.
To provide accuracy in the context of the past tense suffix pronunciation
Procedure (45-45 minutes)
- T shares screen and shows Jamboard slide 1 with Lead-In question - Question: What do you think about technology? - When do you use the internet - How often do you use your phone? - Why do you use Google? - T demo and turn of her camera, so SS can speak among them - T conducts OCFB, elicits responses and records before moving on to the next stage.
- T play a TED Talk between minutes 03:36 - 06:57 - T explains that SS are going to play devil's advocate in pairs. One St will support the speaker's idea while the other person will oppose or contrast her/him. - T sends students to BoR to work together to complete the activity in 4 minutes. - T conducts OCFB and asks SS what they discussed. During this time SS will use past simple as an introduction to cover the useful language stage.
- T displays a Jamboard with the video transcript so SS can underline some past tense used for the Speaker. SS have 2 min. - T uses CCQs for each verb tense suffix by using a Google form that should be filled in pairs, so they can discuss during this activity. SS have 5 min. Sentences and CCQs - People around me started… CCQ: Does this mean begin or finish? (begin) - I went on the web. CCQ: Does this mean leave or go? (go) - When I developed the Home Page Reader… CCQ: Does this refer to create or use? (create) - One that I strongly remember said… CCQ: Does this refer to get speak or yell? (speak) Verbs pronunciation and CCQs: - STARTED [Past of Start] CCQ: Does it pronounce with a final /t/? (no) CCQ: Does it pronounce with a final /d/? (no) CCQ: Does it pronounce with a final /it/? (yes) - WENT [Past of Go] CCQ: Does it pronounce with a final /t/? (no) CCQ: Does it pronounce with a final /d/? (yes) CCQ: Does it pronounce with a final /it/? (no) - DEVELOPED [Past of Develop] CCQ: Does it pronounce with a final /t/? (yes) CCQ: Does it pronounce with a final /d/? (no) CCQ: Does it pronounce with a final /it/? (no) - SAID [Past of Say] CCQ: Does it pronounce with a final /t/? (no) CCQ: Does it pronounce with a final /d/? (yes) CCQ: Does it pronounce with a final /it/? (no) - T shows the answers and a slide where students can find the rules of the past tense pronunciation for future references. SS have 1 min to review it and ask questions if needed. Note: The LP is not focusing on the lexis point. The idea is that SS have the information to perform the productive task and future solo practices.
- T displays Jamboard prompting questions related to experiences using technology explains that SS will work in groups to discuss their thoughts. Prompting questions: - When was the first time that you used a phone? - How was your first laptop? - Do you have any family members or closer friends that need technology for being independent? - What kind of technology did you use when you were younger? - Did you have experience with zero technology for one day? - Tell a funny experience when you used the Internet? - What did you learn from it? - What did you do again? - Do you like technology? Why? - T sends questions in chat and demo activity - T sends SS to BoR - T monitors BoR and records correct and incorrect language use in the Jamboard - T conducts OCFB and elicits answers from students about their experiences, recording answers on the Jamboard.
- T displays Jamboard with examples of correct and incorrect language use - T conducts OCFB and reviews SS language use, eliciting from SS which examples need to be fixed and how to fix them.
- T writes examples of learners’ production on the screen and asks for learners to identify the correct and incorrect sentences. - T conducts OCFB.