To practice prepositions and question forms in the context of describing living rooms
to revise household furniture vocabulary and there is/are
Procedure (39-53 minutes)
Objects will be displayed around the classroom. Students have to say where they are.
Students look at a picture of a living room and give more examples using prepositions and furniture vocabulary.
Students fill in the gaps with prepositions. The students work in pairs later after a demonstration with the teacher.
Students are grouped in Pairs. Every student in the pair gets a slightly different picture of a living room. Student B who has missing elements in his/her picture asks questions to locate the lacking item. Student A looks at the full picture and answers using prepositions and vocabulary related to furniture and homeware. Student B draws missing items according to description. The teacher demonstrates the task to clear out any confusion. Students swap pairs after approximately 4 minutes.
Students look at the full picture displayed on the projector and listen carefully to a description of the living room. After a demonstration, they are expected to say stop when they hear a mistake.
Students are regrouped in different pairs. Student A describes the classroom and makes intentional mistakes to test student B. Student B has to listen closely for mistakes.
Students have a look in the corridor and report back about things they see.