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Unit 2 "Welcome to my Country": Listening Lesson

This is a lesson of 45 min. and it is amied to students of 7 grade of elementary school.
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Transcript of Unit 2 "Welcome to my Country": Listening Lesson

Teaching listening

Student: Nykoll Pinilla P.
Ojective: to design an EFL lesson and material focused on one language skill taking into consideration all the pedagogical aspects I'm learning in CiSELT.
English
Lesson
Pedagogical Aspects
Language Ability: Listening
This listening lesson will be developed in three stages: Pre-while and after -listening.
 
For this listening lesson it has been chosen a recording from the book travellers for 7 grade of elementary school
This text is given by the government and works under the task-based approach, with especial emphasis to receptive skills.
Example: Ask simple questions about a menu and understand simple answers.
Level of English
ALTE 1 A2: At this level students have the basic ability to communicate and exchange information in a simple way.
School & Students
This lesson was planned for 42 students of 7 grade of a public elementary school.
At the end of the lesson students will be able to get specific information from an oral interview about places in Chile.
Listening Lesson
Unit II: "Welcome to my Country"
Pre-Listening activities
1) Do you know these places?
2) Do you know where these places are located?
3) Here there are some words and pictures. You have to match each word with its corresponding picture.
Can you do it in ONE minute??
Check you answers
While-Listening activities
We are going to hear an oral interview about 2 people who are visiting a famous place in Chile.
4) Which place do you think it is??
Write you suggestion on the witheboard
I need FIVE VOLUNTEERS!!
Now we are going to hear for first time an oral interview about 2 people who are visiting a famous place in Chile.
5) Were your suggestion in the previous stage right??
Which place were they visiting??
6) Now look the sentences bellow. There are 4 statements with missing information.
What kind of information do you think is missing...are they names? places? numbers?
Now we are going to listen again, but this time you have to complete the sentences. To do this, you need to pay special attention to the numbers you hear
7) Now we are going to listen the recording two more times, and you have to put the following events in the order you hear them.
First pay attention to what Ari said and then to what Tracy said.
Check your answers here!!
Check your answers here!!
Which is the right order??
Can anybody read letter A? B? C? D?
After-listening activity
Now, work in teams of 4 people...
Now, let's have a look to what you have!
Check your answers here!!
A brief look to Planes y Programas for the teaching EFL in Chile.
Why Listening Skill?
The teaching of listening has attracted a greater level of interest in recent years than it did in the past. Examinations now often include a listening component, acknowledging that listening skills are a core component of second language proficiency, and also reflecting the assumption that if listening isn’t tested, teachers won’t teach it. Earlier views of listening saw it as the mastery of discrete skills or microskills, such as recognizing reduced forms of words, recognizing cohesive devices in texts, and identifying key words in a text, and that these skills should form the focus of teaching. Later views of listening drew on the field of cognitive psychology, which introduced the notions of bottom-up and top-down processing and to the role of prior knowledge and schema in comprehension. Listening came to be seen as an interpretive process.
According to Richard J. (2006)
According to Brown, D (2007)
A listening lesson is composed of 3 stages:
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