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См. скриншот.Источник : по материалам учебника для учителей „The TKT Course“ (Mary Spratt, Alan Pulverness, Melanie Williams), Cambridge University Press zk© гор. Москва, 2007г Данная разработка представляет собой презентацию Power Point и может быть использована на семинарах для учителей, а также при самостоятельной подготовке к экзамену TKT (Teacher Knowledge Test). TKT Module 2 Lesson aims &the learner group profiles to practise answering enquiries on the telephone a group of office workers to practise note-taking skills a group of university students who need English to listen to lectures to provide learners with basic vocabulary for tourism a small group of adults planning a holiday in Britain to develop strategies for planning and doing timed essays a class of advanced learners who have to take a test of writing Lesson aims &the learner group profiles to practise giving clear explanations and instructions a group of primary teachers preparing for an oral test to revise spelling and basic sentence patterns an individual learner who has difficulties with writing in English to diagnose learners' language needs a new group of learners whose level is not known to the teacher to make connections with other school subjects a large class of mixed-level 13-year-olds in a secondary school Teacher's instructions & aims for different lesson stages Find all the words and phrases you can think of which are connected with keeping fit. With your partner, read the words and decide which one is different from the others, and why. grouping vocabulary according to meaning Decide which words go together in lexical sets. Listen to the pairs of sentences and say if they are stressed on the same or a different word. identifying features of connected speech Listen carefully, and mark each sentence with an arrow going up or down. identifying features of connected speech Choose the past simple or the present perfect to complete the sentences. focusing on structures Underline all the examples of the passive in the text and say why the writer chooses this form. focusing on structures Teacher's instructions & aims for different lesson stages When you have finished the story, decide on the best title for it. reading for gist Teacher's instructions & aims for different lesson stages Listen to the story to get a general idea of what it is about. listening for gist Listen again and mark the correct route on the map. listening for specific information to practise talking about daily or weekly routines, e.g. in the context of journeys to school, hobbies, sports activities to revise the present simple; to revise adverbs (e.g. sometimes, usually, always) Main or subsidiary aim(s) Teacher's notes & lesson plan headings & learners carry out a class survey learners listen to a recording of someone talking about her morning routine and fill in the information on a diary page Procedures & & put a simple chart on the board to remind learners of differences between the adverbs learners will remember the form of the present simple learners will probably not remember the different meanings of the adverbs Assumptions Teacher's notes & lesson plan headings & to try to speak louder to use different forms of encouragement when learners give correct answers Personal aims & the first in a sequence of grammar revision lessons Timetable fit Stages of the lesson plan “Giving warnings and advice” - Warmer: Find your partner - students mingle to find partners with matching sentence halves.Ask learners to talk in groups about their holiday experiences. In pairs, students brainstorm vocabulary connected with holidays. In pairs, learners guess the content of a text about holidays from the headlines.-Individually, students read the text to check their predictions. Individually, learners answer true/false questions to check comprehension.-In pairs, students check their answers and report back to the class on any disagreements. 1 2 3 Learners underline examples of warnings and advice in the text.-In groups, students brainstorm ideas for a poster. Individually, learners write different sections of the poster.-Students correct and make suggestions for improving each other's writing. Learners display their posters on the classroom wall. Stages of the lesson plan “Giving warnings and advice” 4 5 6 Instructions &assessment focuses Share the information with the other members of your group, and decide which of these people you think should get the job. Describe your picture to your partner and find out what your pictures have in common. oral skills & Fill in the form with your personal information. Order these ideas to make a plan for a composition. writing skills & Instructions &assessment focuses Complete each sentence with a word from the box. Match the words in the left-hand column with the definitions in the right-hand column. language items & Extracts from a dictionary entry verb-noun collocationnoun-noun collocation gave... performance(a) repeat performance /............./USnoun[C] the action of entertaining other people by dancing, singing, acting or playing music INFORMAL pronunciationAmerican Englishpart of speechcountable noun definition register Teachers' statements &reference resources I often find it difficult to know which words go together. dictionary of collocations I'd like to find a book that helps me to understand and use English better. language awareness book for teachers I'm looking for ways of explaining new structures to my class of beginners. elementary grammar practice book Teachers' statements &reference resources I teach a lot of different classes, so I can't prepare homework exercises for all my learners. practice book accompanying a coursebook I need a way of helping my young learners develop their vocabulary. picture dictionary My advanced learners often want to know about people, places and events in newspapersand films. dictionary of language and culture My higher-level learners sometimes ask me questions about language that I find very difficult to answer. advanced learner's grammar Teachers’ comments about coursebooks& strategies for adapting materials .The revision exercises in the book come at the end of every unit, but I like to begin my lessons with some quick revision. All the units in the book begin with pairwork, but my learners are not very confident about speaking. Reorder the material My young learners can't concentrate on such long listening passages. Shorten the material Teachers’ comments about coursebooks& strategies for adapting materials Change the form of the tasks All the reading tasks in the book are very similar - my learners need more variety. The mingling activities make my class too excited so I do them as group work instead. Every unit sets the scene with questions about a picture, but I sometimes like to use a brainstorming activity about the picture instead. Teachers’ comments about coursebooks& strategies for adapting materials Change the level of the material The exercises in the book are quite good, but they're a bit too simple. The reading tasks in my book don't challenge my young learners enough. Some of the exercises in the book are too difficult for my class. Some of my learners are making good progress and find the exercises too easy. Supplementary materials & teaching aims grammar book with team games and group activities workbook with gap-fill and multiple-choice grammar exercises improving learners' accuracy class library of graded readers website for short stories encouraging extensive reading Supplementary materials & teaching aims flashcards with pictures of objects and their names supplementary vocabulary book with photocopiable worksheets developing lexical knowledge audio cassettes with short examples of different kinds of English computer program with multiple-choice reading tests and answers giving learners the opportunity to hear a variety of accents providing resources for self-assessment Supplementary materials & teaching aims supplementary writing skills book teacher's resource book with lots of short fun activities developing the subskills of organising, planning and accuracy providing ideas for warmers Classroom aids & classroom activities overhead projector computer role cards flashcards cassette recorder showing pictures on coloured transparencies drafting and redrafting less controlled speaking practice guessing how a conversation will continue learning the meaning of new vocabulary items