STUDENT TEACHER

STUDENT TEACHER: Arzu YÖRÜK
MENTOR TEACHER: Hande ESEN
INSTRUCTOR: Yard. Doç. Dr. Selma KARA
GRADE / LEVEL: 6-A / Elementary
NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 34
SKILL: Listening
SUBJECT: Weather
DATE: 08.12.2017
STARTING/ENDING TIME: 11.20 – 12.00
MATERIALS: Listening text, Worksheets, Board, Flashcards
TECNIQUES: Question-Answer, Elicitation, Role Play
Learning Outcomes:
By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:
Listen for general understanding of a text
Listen to get the specific information from the listening text
Make weather forecast for the cities
POST-LISTENING (Production)
Learning outcomes of this stage:
By the end of this stage, the students will be able to:
Identify the weather conditions
Describe the weather conditions
Make weather forecast for the cities
T: Hi, class. Until now, we learned how to ask about the weather and how to describe the weather in a simple way. Where do you generally see the weather forecast?
Ss: …..

T: For example, on television, radio, newspapers etc.?
Ss: On television?
T: Okay. Who tells the weather forecast?
Ss: Weather reporter?
T: Yes, you are right. Now, it is time to be a weather reporter. Firstly, look at this map. (The teacher sticks a map of Turkey.) What is this?
Board View

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Ss: The map of Turkey?
T: Right. How many regions are there?
Ss: 7 regions.

T: Good. (The teacher numbers the regions to show the students.) Now, let’s make 7 groups. You will be 4 people in each group.

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267208024993600T: Okay. You are Group 1. You’re Group 2. … And you are Group 7. That is ok?
(The teacher divides the students into groups of four. It will be 7 groups. Some groups can be five students because of the number of the students in the class.)
Ss: ……
T: Now, you are weather reporters. As a group, you will tell the weather forecast of one city in one region. I will give you 3 information about a city. Also, I will give you some questions. These are the questions. (The teacher writes the questions on the board.)
left1447801) What is the weather like in your city?
2) What is the temperature?
3) Is it wet/ dry/ freezing/ hot/ cold/ warm/ cool/ chilly?
4) What do you need? (Raincoat, jacket, sweater, coat, umbrella, boots, sunglasses, t-shirt etc.)
001) What is the weather like in your city?
2) What is the temperature?
3) Is it wet/ dry/ freezing/ hot/ cold/ warm/ cool/ chilly?
4) What do you need? (Raincoat, jacket, sweater, coat, umbrella, boots, sunglasses, t-shirt etc.)

Look at your 3 information. (Exp. Eski?ehir, 5°C, foggy). Then, everybody answers one question according to these information. And then write a short paragraph according to your answers. What will we do? Let’s give me an example.

T: For example, I am in Group 1. Look at these. What is our information? (The teacher shows these to the students.)
Eski?ehir

5°C

T: According to these information, let’s answer the questions and write a short paragraph. (The teacher writes it on the board.)
In Eski?ehir, the weather is generally foggy. The temperature is 5°C. It is cold and chilly. So, you need sweater and coat.

T: Okay. Let’s start. You have 5 minutes.

Ss: ….. (The groups will do the activity.)
Checking
T: Did you finish?
Ss: Yes.
T: Okay. Now, choose one of your friends. And come here one by one. Tell your weather forecast. Ok?
Ss: Okay.

T: Group 1! Who will come to the board?
(Possible answers)
Student 1: In Istanbul, it is usually hailing. It is 1°C. It is cold and freezing. So, you need coat, sweater and boots.

T: Okay. Stick your information (City’s name and its weather) on your city on the map. And the other groups will complete their maps by looking this map.

Student 1: …..
T: Thank you. Group 2! Who will come to the board?
Students 2: In ?zmir, the weather is sometimes cloudy. It is 15°C. It is cool and a bit chilly. So, you need jacket or coat. (Respectively, the students tell their forecasts like this.)
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-635076201) What is the weather like in your city?
2) What is the temperature?
3) Is it wet/ dry/ freezing/ hot/ cold/ warm/ cool/ chilly?
4) What do you need? (Raincoat, jacket, sweater, coat, umbrella, boots, sunglasses, t-shirt etc.)
001) What is the weather like in your city?
2) What is the temperature?
3) Is it wet/ dry/ freezing/ hot/ cold/ warm/ cool/ chilly?
4) What do you need? (Raincoat, jacket, sweater, coat, umbrella, boots, sunglasses, t-shirt etc.)

In Eski?ehir, the weather is generally foggy. The temperature is 5°C. It is cold and chilly. So, you need sweater and coat.

(These are the pictures that the students will stick on the map after telling their weather forecast.)

(These are the names of the cities and the degrees. The students will tell their forecast)
?stanbul
Trabzon

?anl?urfa
Erzurum

Antalya
Ankara
?zmir
5°C 8°C 10°C
-3°C 25°C 9°C
1°C 15°C

At the end of the activity, each group will complete their maps according to the map of Turkey on the board. Then the teacher wants one the student to summarize the whole weather forecast.