Mohamed Mohamed

Vocabulary: houses and furniture
Elementry level


In this lesson students will learn furniture vocabulary.


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Main Aims

  • By the end of the lesson, students will be able to use furniture vocabulary to describe their houses.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide the students with the opportunity to practise speaking for fluency by describing their houses.


Warmer/Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

1) Project pictures of different houses. 2) Elicit the topic of the lesson. 3) Ask students to get in pairs and ask each other questions like 'Do you live in a house or a flat?' ' Which is your favourite room? Why?' 'Would you like to move to a different home in the future?' 4) O/C feedback

Test #1 (8-10 minutes) • To gauge students' prior knowledge of the target language

1) Give students HO1. 2) Ask students to match the rooms with the correct pictures. 3) Ask students to pair check. 4) O/C feedback. 5) Ask students to write three other places in a house. 6) Pair check. 7) O/C feedback. 8) Give students HO2. 9) Ask them to match the words and pictures. 10) Pair check. 11) O/C feedback.

Teach (8-10 minutes) • To clarify areas of the target language where students had difficulty in the first test stage

1) Show students pictures to elicit new vocabulary. 2) Drill students on pronunciation. 3) Clarify meaning using CCQs. 4) Write the forms of new vocabulary and stress.

Test #2 (8-10 minutes) • Check students' use of the target language again and compare with the first test

1) Give students HO3. 2) Ask students to answer the questions. 3) Monitor students while they are writing. 4) Pair check. 5) O/C feedback.

Free practice (8-10 minutes) • To provide students with free practice of the target language

1) Ask students to look at three bedrooms. They have to choose one picture they like most and give the reason. 2) Give them two minutes to take notes. 3) O/C feedback. 4) Ask students to draw their bedrooms and then tell his / her partner about it. 5) O/C feedback.

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