Story Telling, Speaking and Listenıng
Speaking and Learning Vocabulary
To provide detailed listening practice using a text the context is about telling a story and how to begin and keep the story going.
Procedure (29-40 minutes)
The aim of this stage is to get students attention and give an idea on the tasks we will be covering during the lesson.
Put Ss into groups of 3, Ss to focus on the Picture and elicit what they can see in each one. Ss will re-order the pictures an one person from each group will tell the story.
T prints out pictures demostrating each vocabulary and sticks them on the board with definitions and asks Ss to guess and match pictures with definitions (elicit). Give real life examples or ask Ss if they ever had a allergic reaction shown on the picture / (concept check). Repeat each word with students (choral drilling) and define the syllable and the stress on each vocab.
Ss work in pairs to complete this task, Ss will listen to the audio for 2 mins 20 seconds and re-order the pictures. Ss will listen to the story again but first T gives instructions for Ss to complete task 4a and will check in pairs. T will give instructions on task 4a and ask students to listen to the audio again and tick the sequences they hear from the handouts given by T. T will monitor and support Ss if needed.
Ss will complete task 2.3 pg131. T will drill the phrases wıth inotation with Ss, T gives instructions and examples on phrases given to the students on handouts. Ss work alone to complete task 2.3 pg131 T will give one example filling the gaps and Ss will do peer checking and practice dialogue together. T gives sequnecers on cards, one set for each pair Ss will use the cards to re-tell the story and turn card over when completed, Ss should try to use all cards. T monitors and supports Ss
Ss will listen to the second audio 2.8 T will ask the students if they think the story was true or a lie and discuss within their group. Ss will listen to the Audio again and have a open class dıscussion to conclude the lesson.