These 4 Activities Will Reveal The Best Ways To Teach 'LISTENING TO AND UNDERSTANDING SIMPLE TEXTS ON SITUATIONS' in Form One

Form One 

On Teaching the Sub topic; Listening to, and understanding simple texts on situations for Form One,

Learn these COMPREHENSIVE TEACHING IDEAS in

UNIT 2:4

Previously, we discussed how to teach Listening to and understanding simple texts on events FOR FORM ONE.

Now we will discuss HOW TO TEACH LISTENING TO AND UNDERSTANDING SIMPLE TEXTS ON SITUATIONS For Form One.

A: INFORMATION OF THE TOPIC:
1. Main Topic 1: LISTENING TO AND UNDERSTANDING SIMPLE TEXTS ABOUT A VARIETY OF EVENTS AND SITUATIONS
2. Sub Topic 2: Listening to, and understanding simple texts on situations
3. Periods per sub topic: 6
4: Class: Form One
B: HOW TO TEACH THE TOPIC:

GENERAL INTRODUCTION
This sub topic is principally intended to help students answer the questions on simple oral texts on a variety of situations. The word ‘situation’ is a noun that means a circumstance that exists in a particular place or time.
This sub topic is just like the previous one, but this one will not concentrate on events but rather on the things that can be in a certain arrangements or situation in settings like school, market, bus stand, post office, police station and other familiar settings like homes and streets. The students should use the following sentence arrangements:

  •         There are many buildings near……., besides….., next to….., adjacent to……
  •         The headmaster’s office is next to……..

-ACTIVITIES & GAMES TO FACILITATE A LESSON:

-Activity 1 READING THE TEXT
I wonder how many accidents I’ve had in my life. I’ve had a few serious ones where I’ve ended up in hospital. Traffic accidents are the worst. They’re always painful. I haven’t had too many work-related accidents. I suppose that’s because I do office work and that’s not so dangerous. Most of my accidents are those around the house. I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve hit my thumb with a hammer. I’m also really good at standing up and hitting my head on something. I’m not as bad as my friend though. He’s a real accident looking for somewhere to happen. Almost every time we meet, he has some story to tell about his latest accident. He’s quite unbelievable. I think I’d be very worried if I were his mother.

LISTENING GAP FILL
I ____________ how many accidents I’ve had in my life. I’ve had a few serious ones where I’ve ended up in ____________ . Traffic accidents are the worst. They’re always painful. I ____________ had too many work-related accidents. I suppose that’s because I do ____________ work and that’s not so dangerous. Most of my accidents are those around the house. I’ve lost count of the ____________ of times I’ve hit my thumb with a hammer. I’m also really good at standing up and ____________ my head on something. I’m not as bad as my friend ____________ . He’s a real accident looking for somewhere to happen. Almost every time we meet, he has some story to tell about his ____________ accident. He’s ____________ unbelievable. I think I’d be very ____________ if I were his mother.

-Activity 2 CORRECT THE SPELLING
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htgouh. He’s a real accident looking for somewhere to eappnh . Almost every time we meet, he has some story to tell about his latest accident. He’s quite
lleuveabebin . I think I’d be very worried if I were his mother.

-Activity 3 UNJUMBLE THE WORDS
I wonder how many accidents my had life in I’ve . I’ve had a few serious ones
up I’ve in ended where hospital. Traffic accidents are the worst. They’re always painful. I haven’t had too many work-related accidents. I suppose that’s work do because office I and that’s not so dangerous. Most of my accidents are those around the house. count lost I’ve number the of of times I’ve hit my thumb with a hammer. I’m also really good at
head my hitting and up standing on something. I’m not as bad as my friend though. He’s a real accident for happen somewhere looking to . Almost every time we meet, he has some story to tell about his latest accident. He’s quite unbelievable. worried very be I’d think I if I were his mother.

Activity 4 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS (Write your own questions)
STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student B)
1. ________________________________________________________
2. ________________________________________________________
3. ________________________________________________________
4. ________________________________________________________
5. ________________________________________________________
6. ________________________________________________________
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STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student A)
1. ________________________________________________________
2. ________________________________________________________
3. ________________________________________________________
4. ________________________________________________________
5. ________________________________________________________
6. ________________________________________________________

5: CONNECTION: Beyond the Sub topic: When you see at the arrangements or any descriptions of the circumstances, situations, or how things are arranged, you can understand that prepositions are needed in relating various situations and objects around. This means learning of prepositions is also emphasized in this lesson among other skills incorporated.
6: NOTE: To learn how to describe things by using spoken words is a task accompanied by intensive listening activities.

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