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Derya Erkilinc / 17 March 2014 /Vocabulary and Listening TP 2
Elementary A2 level


In this lesson ss will review and learn about family vocabulary by doing the exercises / tasks and than apply the vocabulary in their lives.


Abc CD Recording
Abc New Headway elementary students book

Main Aims

  • By the end of this lesson ss should have learned and retained the vocabulary they have gone through within the lesson.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide tasks and exercises that will include listening.


Stage 1 ( Lead - in ) (4-5 minutes) • To introduce the topic of the lesson

Show the ss a well- known families photo and go through it with the ss ask the ss some questions and do concept checks.

Stage 2 ( Asking Questions ) (4-5 minutes) • Ask┼čng questions to ss

Will be asking students quesions on their families and ask ss to discuss their families with each other in pair work ( pw)

Stage 3 ( Develop ss Vocabulary ) (5-10 minutes) • To develop ss vocabulary and their understanding

Ask the ss to complete the diagram in the book on exercise 1 on their own and than go through the aswers with the ss once compeleted ask the students to complete exercise 2 and check each others answers together.

Stage 4 ( listening and cocenpt checking ) (4-5 minutes) • Concept check tricky words

ss will listen to the recording for the exercise 3 and compelete the names on the family tree provided in the book, and will do conecpt check on tricky words.

Stage 5 ( production ) (9-10 minutes) • ss will be learning family tree culture

will be talking to the ss about my family tree and hand out a copy of my family tree, than I will hand out an empty family tree format and the ss will fill it in and ask the ss to ask eacher about who they are and I will be monitoring the ss and do some feedback.

Stage 6 ( interacting ) (5-10 minutes) • ss interacting with each other

will give instruction to students to talk to each other about their families where I will be showing them the example in the book on pg 12 exercise 5

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