Students are to be able to
predict what to hear.
use the group of words related to stress.
tell the ways to deal with the stress.
1) Listen to an interview concerning stressful situations
2) Predict before listening
1) To identify stressful situations.
2) To use stress related words and expressions.
3) To learn about ways of dealing with stress.
4) To predict before listening.
Write down key words on the Bb Answer the questions
Get familiar with the topic 2’ Pictures
New words and key sentences Ss might not use the target words
Write down model sentences on the Bb Brainstorm and talk about stressful situations 3’
Textbook Model sentences Differences between
very, quite vs.
Check point Ex. 2 Page 10 Focus on the form, meaning and use of the lexical items 3’
Textbook Key words Ss might have difficulty producing the answer:
Prediction Introduce the technique of prediction Ss use the technique to predict answers individually
Justify their opinions in pairs 5’ Textbook
computer No Ss’ individual differences
Play the cassette
Highlight the strategies
Play the cassette
twice Listen for general information to check the answers 10’ Computer
Textbook No Some Ss might feel depressed after checking, then they need encouragement
Listening Play the cassette for the third time
Encourage Ss to choose suitable ways to answer the 3 questions based on their ability
Help Ss to find the right answers Listen for specific information to answer the question
Get enough information on stress and learn the ways to deal with stress 12’
Ss might over or under- estimate their own ability to answer the questions
Ss might not be able to collect enough specific information to finish the task
Give Suggestions Offer a chance for Ss to evaluate their study Solve practical problems in their life in groups
Evaluation 10’ Answer sheets Evaluation form
The suggestions might be quite different based on individual differences, whatever the results everyone should be awarded
Homework Read Supplementary Reading on P7 & P9