Mohamed Salah-Eldeen Mohamed Salah-Eldeen

2A: Whats Important to you?
Elmentary level


In this lesson students will learn the adjectives with "very"; personal possessions. They will learn also about "have got"


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Main Aims

  • By the end of this lesson students will be able to know the meaning of different adjectives and how to use them with "very", also they will learn some vocabularies about electronics.
  • Students will learn how to use " have got" in positive and negative forms

Subsidiary Aims

  • Improve listening and speaking skills


Lead in ( warm up) (2-3 minutes) • Get students prepared for the lessons topic ( adjectives )

-Ask students to remember some items in the lost room from the previous lesson, and ask them to write them down, students will work on there own.

Activate schemata (4-5 minutes) • To elicit the meaning of adjective from students

-write " a red dress " on the board and ask students to figure out where is the noun and where is the adjective. -Hand out students an activity where they have to match adjectives to pictures. -Ask students to work alone first then check their answers in pairs. -Provide feedback.

Help with vocabulary (5-7 minutes) • To help students in how to use adjectives with very.

1-Write the example sentences on the board and ask students to underline the adjectives and circle the nouns. 2-Get students o answer the questions in v2.2 on their own first and then check their answers in pairs. provide feedback. 3-Get students to do the practice in 3a where they need to make sentences with some words -Ask students to check their answers together. provide feedback.

Reading, Listening and Grammar. (8-10 minutes) • Improve skimming skills through reading and listening.

1- Focus students on the photos of Sally a and her Grandfather Bill, Tell students that Sally and bill are talking about the things that are important to them. 2-Play the record, students listen and read to find four important things for each person. PS: Play recording again if necessary. - Ask students to check their answers in pairs then provide feedback. 3- Get students to do the practice in 4b, they need to put True or False for 6 sentences from the recording. Get students to check their answers together, then ask them to correct the wrong sentences, then provide feedback.

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