Listening & Vocab - You&me / introductions
To provide specific information listening practice using a text about being a student in London in the context of daily life in London
To provide clarification, review and practice of adjectives, question forms, "to be / 's" in the context of daily life in London
Procedure (38-54 minutes)
Teacher plays a song from the Beatles while ss are coming back from the break. Students look at the pictures related with London (landmarks, UK flag... etc.) T asks students to tell her anything they know about London. Then she moves on to the pictures on the PPT.
T shows the PPT about the adjectives and their opposites. Elicits the adjectives through asking questions such as "What do you see in this picture?" T corrects pronunciation through basic choral drilling With colored board markers, T writes the adjectives on the board and briefly goes over how they can be used, and the use of "a/an" with an adjective: a beautiful girl, a big tower, an interesting activity, an expensive ring, a cloudy city, hot weather, an easy language, a friendly dog, a nice house.
T writes a sentence on the board:"Angelina Jolie is/isn't a/an ............. actress. T asks students "What do you think about Angelina Jolie?" T elicits the adjective "beautiful" T pairs the students T shows the worksheet and gives the instructions -asks the students to complete exercise 2 in pairs. T monitors the students and takes notes while pairs complete the sentences. T groups the pairs. T asks pairs to check their answers with other pairs. T monitors and takes notes. T gets the whole class feedback.
T compares the metro system of Izmir and London by showing pictures. T gives the synonyms of metro "UNDERGROUND, tube, subway" T writes UNDERGROUND on the board. T introduces Analisa by showing her pictures and asking the following: "Where is Annalisa? Is she old or young? What does she do? Why is she in London?"
T shows the worksheet T gives the instructions : First read the sentences. Then listen to Annalisa. Are the sentences true or false? Correct the false sentences. T distributes the worksheet T waits students to read. T plays the recording. T monitors from a distance. T instructs students to listen again. T plays the recording. T monitors from a distance T groups the students T instructs them to compare their answers. T gets whole class feedback.
T regroups the students by marking them with adjectives used in the beginning of the lesson: "beautiful, friendly, nice..etc" T asks an example question about Annalisa: "Where's Analisa from?" and elicits the answer. T shows the worksheet and asks students to complete the sentences in pairs. T monitors and takes notes. T gets whole class feedback
T asks students to get up - ask and answer questions about Annalisa while mingling. 1 student can ask 1 question to another student. and then they swap. T monitors, takes notes, intervenes if they are using language structures improperly.