1 PET SPEAKING PART 3: PICTURE DESCRIPTION Lecturer: Nguyen Thi Que Intensive English Class K10
2 PET SPEAKING PART 3: PICTURE DESCRIPTION Objectives: - state what is required to do in the task of PET speaking Part 3 - learn structures and vocabularies related to photo description: giving a general description of the scene, describing a place, people and actions and making basic guesses and assumptions about the photo - practice and prepare a detailed description of a photo with the language learned - give comments on their partner s picture description
3 PET SPEAKING PART 3: PICTURE DESCRIPTION Teaching procedures: 1 Lead-in: Play a vocabulary game 2 Pre-teaching: Watch a video 3 While-teaching: Describe a photo 4 Post-teaching: Practice describing a photo 5 Consolidation and homework delivery
4 LEAD-IN: VOCABULARY GAME o 3 Teams of students each o Instructions: - Read a sample text of a picture description and complete 10 blanks with missing words which start with a given letter - Each student in a team has to run quickly to the board and write the answers in their column - After 3 minutes, which team has more correct answers or finishes earlier will be the winner
5 LEAD-IN: VOCABULARY GAME: In this picture we can see a family going to the (1) b together There is a man, a woman and two children The small boy on the left is wearing blue shorts and is carrying a red beach towel His hair is short and fair His mother is wearing a (2) y T-shirt and is carrying a violet bag on her (3) r shoulder There is a smiling sun on the bag She is carrying a brown (4) b in her left hand Her husband is wearing blue (5) s with orange stripes He is carrying a big blue umbrella and he has got a hat on his head His daughter is (6) w next to him She is wearing a pink dress and is carrying a big (7) t in her left hand Nobody is wearing shoes I think they feel very happy because everybody is (8) s and they are (9) p on their summer holiday In the background, the sky is blue but there are two white (10) c Some birds are flying in the sky
6 LEAD-IN: VOCABULARY GAME: In this picture we can see a family going to the (1) b each together There is a man, a woman and two children The small boy on the left is wearing blue shorts and is carrying a red beach towel His hair is short and fair His mother is wearing a (2) y ellow T-shirt and is carrying a violet bag on her (3) r shoulder ight There is a smiling sun on the bag She is carrying a brown (4) b asket in her left hand Her husband is wearing blue (5) s horts with orange stripes He is carrying a big blue umbrella and he has got a hat on his head His daughter is (6) w alking next to him She is wearing a pink dress and is carrying a big (7) t owel in her left hand Nobody is wearing shoes I think they feel very happy because everybody is (8) s and miling they are (9) p on robably their summer holiday In the background, the sky is blue but there are two white (10) c louds Some birds are flying in the sky
7 PRE-TEACHING WATCH A VIDEO (PET Speaking Part 3)
8 PRE-TEACHING - Questions: + What do you have to do in PET Speaking part 3? + Who do you talk to? + How much time do you have to describe a photo?
9 a Giving a general description of the scene + This pictures shows a family having a picnic WHILE TEACHING + In this photo I can see a group of tourists visiting a field + This is a picture of some people queuing in front of an ATM This photo shows In this photo I can see + SB + V-ing This is a picture of
10 WHILE TEACHING? What do you often describe in a photo? b Describing the background & existing things: * Structure: There is/ are + N in/ on/ at In the background, I can see => Use the above structures to describe things in the photo and in the background?
11 Prepositions of place at the top on the left in the middle at the bottom on the right behind In front of on under in between in next to / near
12 WHILE TEACHING What do you often describe a person? c Describing people: (making assumptions) + Who are they? (relationships) + What are they like? (build, appearance) + How old are they? (age) + What do they do? (job) + What are they wearing? (clothes) + How do they feel? (feelings)
13 WHILE TEACHING How do you often describe a person? HEIGHT BUILD AGE CLOTHES tall, short, medium slim, thin, plump, fat, skinny, well-built young, elderly, middle-aged, teenager, in 20s, 30s, 40s Adj: casual, smart, tidy, messy Nouns: Jeans, T- shirt, shorts
14 C DESCRIBING PEOPLE 1- HEIGHT Tall MediumShort
15 C DESCRIBING PEOPLE 2- BUILD Well-built Skinny Fat Thin/ slim Plump
16 C DESCRIBING PEOPLE 3- AGE Young Elderly Middle aged Young in his 20s in his 70s in her 40s Teenager
17 C DESCRIBING PEOPLE 4- HAIR Bald straight curly spiky wavy
18 C DESCRIBING PEOPLE 5- CLOTHES
19 belt boots jacket dress Next glasses gloves cap coat necklace trousers raincoat scarf shirt shoes shorts skirt sneakers socks sweater underpants
20 WHILE TEACHING d Describing actions: - Which tense do you use when describing activities in the photo?
21 WHILE TEACHING e Making guesses/ assumptions and giving reasons: - WEATHER AND SEASON: summer + It probably because they are swimming in the pool + I think it is winter because there is some snow on the mountains and it is very foggy
22 WHILE TEACHING d Making guesses and giving reasons: - PLACE, COUNTRY: + This can be Europe because of the buildings + It looks like Russia because of the man s appearance and the church behind him
23 WHILE TEACHING e Making guesses and assumptions - RELATION BETWEEN PEOPLE: + I m not sure but they can be friends / relatives / workmates/ classmates/ - PEOPLE S FEELINGS: + I think they are enjoying themselves because they are smiling + He seems a bit scared maybe because + They look/seem (very/quite) worried/ sad/ happy/ excited/ nervous/ bored/ tired maybe because they are lost in the mountains
24 Remember the question words! Who? How many? Where? What? When? How? Why?
25 PRACTICE describing a photo Role-play: one examiner and one candidate
26 PRACTICE describing a photo Role-play: one examiner and one candidate
27 PRACTICE describing a photo Role-play: one examiner and one candidate
28 CONSOLIDATION Remember: + What can you see in the photo? + Who are they? + Where are they? + How old are they? (make guess) + What are they wearing? + What are they doing? + What are their feelings?
29 HOMEWORK Audio-record yourself describing a photo and send it to T s before 9h00 pm on Wednesday
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