A video for students to learn expressions and exchanges about how to describe a TV showSugerencia de uso
1. Use the beam projector to show the video. This is the second part of the video used in the previous session and was divided into two parts to give students the opportunity to gain more practice in talking about TV.
2. Tell students they are going to listen to some dialogues and practice how to talk about TV shows. The first part is talking about how to describe a TV show. There is one last section which is “Talking about a TV show you dislike.” Decide according to your class time if you want to do it next session since there are some interactive comprehension exercises to do here as well.
3. Play the first dialog, and ask students to listen carefully. There are subtitles in case they need to read as they listen. You may want to pause the dialog and practice some lines or practice at the end.
4. The video shows 4 sentences for students to copy in their notebooks and practice. These were used in the dialog so students will have a record of useful expressions and their meaning.
5. The next section is about personalizing the questions and practicing. Give students some time to think of their answers. Monitor and offer help as needed.
6. Invite some volunteers to share their answers with the class.
7. If time allows, you may try this simple test on the dialogs seen and check how much you learned from them at https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/how-to-talk-about-tv There are 20 items so choose the ones you consider can help your class.
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