A listening comprehension exercise for students to practice different contexts about free-time activitiesSugerencia de uso
1. Use the beam projector to show the activity and a good set of speakers for students to be able to listen clearly from their seats.
2. Show the picture and ask students to describe it.
3. Do the preparation activity as a warm up before they get to listen to the text.
Play the listening text and make several pauses for students to ask questions and get familiar with it. You have the transcript to show students so they can read along.
4. Ask general questions on the text, who are the people in the conversation? Who is calling who? Why? What for? Etc.
5. Play the dialog this time without the transcript and encourage students to follow the exchanges. Pause the video as you consider necessary.
6. Do the gap-fill typing activity with the class.
7. Have some volunteers act out the dialog and help with pronunciation and intonation as necessary. Take this opportunity to talk to students about the differences in pronunciation and spelling between American and British English.
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