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Objective: Students will be able to improve their listening skill through a song. They will also be able to develop and use vocabulary related to feelings.

Listening Worksheet Student’s name:………………………………………………………… ‘Smile’ A song written by Charles Chaplin Pre- listening 1. Look at the following mood faces and match them with their corresponding word:

Depressed

Hopeful

Sorrow

Sad

Happy 2. Classified the words above into positive and negative feelings. Discuss with a partner about other words related to them and add two more to the columns. Positive Feelings 1. 2. 3. 4.

While Listening

Negative Feelings


1. Listen to the song and tell to the class What is the song about? Discuss your opinion with a classmate.

2. Listen the song again and complete the missing parts using the words in the box: Pain

Sky Sorrow

crying

Gladness Sun

clouds aching Sadness

Smile though your heart is …………  Smile even though it's breaking.  When there are …………. in the ………..  you'll get by.  If you smile through your ………. and …………  Smile and maybe tomorrow  You'll see the ……….. come shining through  For you.  Light up your face with …………..,  Hide every trace of ……………  Although a tear may be ever so near  That's the time you must keep on trying  Smile, what's the use of ………...  You'll find that life is still worthwhile-  If you just smile.

Post Listening

1. Read the lyric and underline all the adjectives in the song. If you don’t know their meaning, use the dictionary. 2. What makes your life to be worthwhile?


3. What do you think is the moral of the song?


Listening Work