Rooms and Furniture
Elementary (A1-A2) level
To provide clarification, review and practice of rooms and furniture in the context of describing and renting a house
To provide fluency speaking practice in a Conversation in the context of rooms and furniture as well as listening for specific information
Procedure (41-53 minutes)
Show them a picture of a house plan to elicit 'rooms' and 'furniture'.
Stick some furniture pictures on the wall and ask Ss to look around and talk about what they see in pairs and match the pictures with some words. The they check their answers in a bigger group followed by a provided answer key on the IWB. After that, in their groups or pairs they add two more furniture words to each room.
In this stage, the T goes through pronunciation with choral and individual drilling. pointing word stress maybe even eliciting a few more words.
the T plays a recording and they listen for specific information. They need to listen and write the name of every piece of funiture or room that they can hear. They check in groups and listen again. the T gives them the audioscript to check their answers.
in this stage they play a game-like activity. They need to work in pairs and imagine themselves in a room and tell their partners all the pieces of furniture they can see in a room and the other partner has to guess which room they are in. Then they switch. the teacher demos twice.
In this activity they listen and read about their teacher's dream house and then to another person's dream house. after that they need to talk to their partners and describe their dream house for him or her. the teacher monitors and supports. the delayed feedback is provided.