A night in a haunted hotel; Vocabulary; Reading
Elementary A1/A2 level
By the end of the lesson, Ss will have learned prepositions of place in the context of reading about haunted house.
by the end of the lesson Ss will have learned vocabulary from the reading task and practice pronunciation and speaking in pairs..
Procedure (32-40 minutes)
Teacher displays pictures and asks students questions to elicit the target language. What do you see? Where is the ghost? T elicits vocabulary from the students and prepositions of place. Behind In Under Over In front of Next to Between Opposite On Teacher sticks pictures on the whiteboard and asks students to work in pairs and match the words in the hand-outs. Instructions: Match prepositions with pictures. Work in pairs. Check answers with your friends, Teacher monitors students.
Teacher asks students to compare the answers with the class and checks their answers by putting correct forms of prepositions with the pictures on the whiteboard. Teacher drills the pronunciation with the students.
Teacher displays pictures of the haunted hotel and asks students question to elicit target language. What do you see on the picture? What is wrong? What do you know about ghosts? Are you afraid of ghost? New vocabulary : Haunted, priest , spooky
Teacher instructs students : To read one part of the text : Teacher gives 5 minutes to work in pairs and think about questions. Teacher gives handouts and monitors students working in pairs and helps them if complications arise.
Teacher checks answers and makes sure that students understand new words. Teacher asks the whole class and elicits responses. Teacher focuses on the text and builds suspense by asking students if they think he sees the ghost or not.
Teacher displays pictures and focuses on their meanings. Then students listen and read the text once and then label the pictures. Teacher models and drills pronunciation of the words. Cemetary Remote control Horror film
Students read the text again and focus on sentences one to seven and the example. In pairs students try to correct the information and then read the text again to check. Teacher displays the answers and ask the class to correct mistakes