دليل المعلم انجليزي ثاني عشر عام الفصل الثالث

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تاريخ الإضافة 2020-04-07, 07:31 صباحا

دليل المعلم انجليزي ثاني عشر عام الفصل الثالث

Speaking: Activity 1

 Refer learners to the photos-

Ask learners to work in groups and complete the speaking activity-

 Encourage learners to come up with a list of goods that are transported by each different form of transport-

Encourage learners to analyse the importance of these to the UAE’s economy-

Feedback

Elicit answer from groups – create a brainstorming cloud on the board-

Answers

Learners’ own.

Suggested answers – these forms of transport are used for transporting goods mostly but also people, good for trade as it brings money into the economy from the sale of goods, the industry also employs a lot of different people e.g. drivers, ships crews, catering staff, etc

A large amount of goods can be transported on the ships this reduces cost because air travel is expensive, on the back of pickups you often see furniture, animals, animal feed etc. On dhows there is a lot of trade between the gulf

Listening: Activity 2

 Give learners clear instructions as in the Coursebook-

Pairs discuss questions 1 and 2 and look at the pictures-

 Explain how to play the bingo game and ask task checking questions to ensure the learners know what to do-

 Learners listen and complete the activity individually-

 Whenever someone has circled three of the images they shout out ‘bingo’-

CORE

Feedback

Elicit answers and check as a class

Answers

  pick-up - crane - donkey cart -  ship -  dhow - railway-  lane  - highway-  Jebel Ali port

Listening: Activity 3

Learners complete the activity individually-

 In pairs, learners check their answers-

Feedback

Elicit answers and check as a class.

Answers

 traders - cargo - caused - crane - been - port - man-made

(Differentiation activities (Support

 Replay the listening a number of times to support learners, alternatively give them the answers before the listening and they select which ones

goes where

(Differentiation activities (Stretch

 Ask learners to read the text before listening and to guess which words are missing

Workbook: Activity 1

Learners complete the task using the words given-

DESIRABLE

Feedback

Peer correction and whole class feedback

Answers

infrastructure - offshore - trade route - trader - communication highway

Workbook: Activity 2

1. Learners write sentences using the words given.

EXTENSION

Feedback

Peer feedback, teacher monitors and checks answers

Answers

Learners’ own answers.

(Differentiation activities (Support

Put learners into mixed ability pairs or learners requiring support can work together-

(Differentiation activities (Stretch

Learners produce sentences with two or more words/phrases in it Resources Plenary

 Learners work in small groups discussing their answers to Workbook

Activity 2

Feedback

Groups report back to the class and compare their answers. Write some examples on the board-

SPEAKING: Activity 4

 Learners work in groups and discuss the points-

 Monitor and note ideas. Support and pose additional questions if any of the groups need encouragement to expand their discussion-

Listening: Activity 5

 Give learners clear instructions as in the Coursebook-

 Elicit from learners what type of note-taking they would prefer to use-

 Learners listen and complete the activity individually-

(Differentiation activities (Support

Organise the learners into groups. Replay the listening a number of times to support learners, or add a number of prompts into the table for them-

Encourage learners to check each other’s notes

(Differentiation activities (Stretch

 Give the learners a target number of key points to listen for. And ask them to add more if they can. Make it a competition – to encourage intensive listening

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