ESL WEBSITE www.esl-lab.com By Phimporn Phayuha ID: 540231047 Chiang Mai University
WEBSITE FEATURES 5 categories and 3 levels per each
TEACHER RESOURCE http://busyteacher.org
Lesson Plan AIM: To practice listening and speaking skill with partner. LEVEL: Secondary (Mattayom 1-2) TIME: 1/30 hour PREPARATION: - Hardware: One computer per each Software: Internet Knowledge: Searching the information about the famous hotels around the world. “ Hotel Reservation : Easy Level”
Pre-Computer Work 1. Teacher warms up by asking students about the situation related hotel such as, - Suppose if you and your partner are going to honeymoon somewhere else in this world. What kind of hotel do you like? Ex. Expensive or cheap ? - How do you find a budget hotel? Ex. Through a hotel reservation website , in a guidebook , or in the phone book ? 2. Introduce the website for today class activity http://www.esl-lab.com - Brief the features of the website for about five minutes. - Let student know that today lesson is about Listening Skill Practice , “Hotel Reservation” (http://www.esl-lab.com/hotel1/hotel1.htm) Lesson Plan
Students listen to the conversation and answer the questions.
Students press the "Final Score" button to check their quiz score.
Students listen to the conversation again and this time they are allowed to read the Quiz Script go along listening.
Teacher review the explanation of answer and review the sentence structure of the question word and also vocabulary that might be useful for the conversation.
1. Dialogue Practice (Speaking Skill)
With a partner, role-play booking hotel . One partner will read the question while the second partner answers. Then reverse the roles for both situations. For the dialogue
students can create their own dialogue such as new hotel name, name of customer, the date of booking, kind of room, price of room, and so on.
2. Sentence and Vocabulary Matching Read the question on the left and match the best answer form the right Lesson Plan
Evalu ation Evaluation 1. Classroom conversation 2. The students’ dialogue (how creative they create) 3. Matching Test