Beril Beril

Weak Elementary level


In this lesson, SS will play a traditional game based on visual observation and the initial letter of words. Key language; Who's got..?, Is he/she...?, Have you got...?, Yes, I have./No, I haven't., I haven't got it., ball, eye, little, spy, classroom objects, letters of alphabet.


Abc ball
Abc Necklace
Abc Activity Book WS
Abc Glasses
Abc Alphabet flashcards
Abc Pictures of adjectives
Abc Blu tack
Abc CD
Abc Flash cards
Abc Girl, boy pictures
Abc Pencil case
Abc Pencils
Abc Pencil sharpner
Abc Rubber
Abc Ruler
Abc Sciccors
Abc Sentence strips
Abc White board

Main Aims

  • To play a traditional game using grammer eg. who's got? Is he/she? Have you got?

Subsidiary Aims

  • SS will be using vocabulary eg.classroom objects, letters of the alphabet.


Warmer-lead in (5-8 minutes) • To set lesson context and engge SS, review past lesson's vocabulary

Greet the SS Go through the flashcards of tall/short, thin/fat, young/old, dark/fair, straight/curly Explain to the SS that you will be listening to the song and when you hear the words, SS put the pictures in order according to the song. Pair up the SS Give them the pictures Put the CD on and let SS put the pictures in order and say the words out loud

Controlled practice (8-12 minutes) • Listen and play the game , SS use Is he/she..? I haven't got it!, Who's got the ball?

Tell SS that you will be playing a game Show them the ball Put the words of the "Queenie, Queenie" on the board and read it then let them repeat it Let SS stand up and move away from their chairs Explain that you are the "Queenie" put the Queenie necklace on. Throw the ball to someone One S picks it up No one tells you who has it SS stand in a circle, hands behind their backs, so you can't see who has the ball Say the rhyme Make sure they understand how to use he/she depending on who has the ball SS say the rhyme and T has three choices to find who has the ball T asks "Have you got the ball?" If no, S answers "No, I haven't" otherwise "Yes, I have" and that person becomes Queenie.

Semi controlled practice (10-12 minutes) • Play a game called "I spy", practice vocabulary and the letters of the alphabet

Revise the alphabet with the SS Show them the ABC flashcards and the ones with the classroom items as well. Ask the SS, what's this, It's a ..... clock, door, window, book,board, cupboard, desk, chair, pen, pencil, pencil case, rubber, ruler. Put your glasses on. Teach the SS to say "I spy with my little eye something beginning with "C"" Use mime and gesture to convey the meaning of spy Invite SS to ask questions like "Is it a clock?", "Is it a cupboard?" The S who guesses correctly has the next turn. SS might extend the items such as body parts, clothes etc. If there is enough time SS might be in pairs or groups playing this game

Controlled practice (5-10 minutes) • Spell out the classroom objects correctly.

Activity book pg.10 Put the enlarged WS on the board Look at number one, I spy with my little eye something beginning with"D" and it is..... SS say "it's a door" Repeat one or two pictures more Write them on the board Ask ICQ / are we looking at the picture? Y Are we using the letters that is on the picture? Y Are we colouring the picture? N Then let the SS work individually and write the words Once they all finish ask the individual S to spell one of the words

Controlled practice (4-6 minutes) • Listen to the information given in the CD and draw a ball picture if necessary. (listening skills)

Do this activity if there is extra time Activity Book page 10 Look at the picture of the children playing Queenie Listen to the CD(CD1, track 33) Draw a ball if the children have got it If necessary stop the CD Check the answers by listening again and correcting it together

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