To provide clarification and practice of Listening, and consonant-vowel linking in the context of Away from home
To provide clarification and practice of linking between the final consonant sounds and the initial vowel sounds
Procedure (33-45 minutes)
A picture of Paul will be put up on the WB, Ss will be asked: Who is that? (PAUL) What do you think he is doing? Where do you think he is? (Antarctica) Who do you think Alison and Erin is? (WIFE, DAUGHTER).
Instructions: Chest HO I want you too take a look at them picture we just had a look at together and take a minute to read the questions by yourselves. Im going to play a recording, after the recording is finished I want you to take a couple minutes to answer the questions in exercise B. Once Ss are done I want you to work in pairs and check your answers. While students are checking in pairs, T will write the sentences not he WB have early finishers come up to the WB and write their answers.
Instructions: Chest HO I want you to take a look at the free time activities that are up here in the work sheet, and and in pairs I would like you to guess 4 free time activities that you think Paul does on his free time. Does he go Swimming? Does he play tennis? ex:I think Paul listens to music on this free time. ICQs: Are we working alone? (no) Are you writing what you do on your free time? (no) Are you writing what you think Paul does on his free time? (yes) After the Ss finish, T will play recording and check if their guesses were correct. FB: Well go over with the WC to see what Paul does on his free time.
T writes example sentences on the WB : The people at the weather station all work six days a week. (people at peop leat, station all statio nall, days a day za) Pointing out the linking between the final consonant sounds and the initial vowel sound. The initial and final sound that are important, not how it is spelled. The HO of the recording script is given out. R4.2 is played making sure that the Ss pay attention to Allison's sentences. Point out on the WB that the vowel-vowel links have an extra sound. eg: So/w/its
Instructions: Working in pairs find four consonant-vowel links in Vicky's sentences. The recording will be played again. FB: WC will check answers going over each sentences..