Rooms and furniture, Vocabulary
To provide clarification of rooms and furniture vocabulary in the context of house
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of house
Procedure (45-59 minutes)
Stick some furniture pictures on the wall and ask Ss to look around and talk about what they see in pairs
Give Ss word cards and ask them to match these words with pictures. Divide the class into groups and give different colored of word card for each group. At the end of the game, count the correct matchings for each color and give them points considering the color of the group. While you are checking the matchings, ask Ss to pronounce some of them. If there is a problem, repeat several times in choral and individual drills.
Take only the furniture pictures back from the wall, Say a furniture name, and make the students run the room which it belongs. For example when you say sink, they run kitchen.
Take the pictures back which are on the wall and change their order. Show them one by one in an amusing way and ask them to write what they see. Make them work in groups and provide a competitive environtment by writing down the points on the wall. The fast gruop writing correctly gets the point.Check pronunciation and spelling during the game.
Students work in pairs. One of them says what they see around them and the other one guesses where he is. For example, there are cooker and fridge. There is a window. There are tables and chairs. The other student guesses the room. They change their partners and do the activity several times.
Show some pictures of rooms and make them describe what there are in the room. Provide a demo and make them to do the same. One of them describes, and the other one draws and when they finish, they change roles and the other one describes and his partner draws. Will you show your house your pair? No. Will you draw or write? Draw.
Give Ss envelops in which there are house pictures. Ask them to sell their house to someone by describing in mingles. They are supposed to say "There is/ There are ... in my house. Their partner should ask some questions such as "Is there any TV in your house?" "How many ... are there?"