To learn and practice the prepositions of place
To provide clarification of the meaning of the everyday vocabulary which they use about things in the house
To provide speaking practice in pairs
Procedure (40-6 minutes)
to write 8 times and say to your partner, let him guess and write it down
to find out which of words they know, to read them aloud to focus on pronunciation, to give pictures to the ss for an activity with new words to work in pairs and to do an ex at page 130 in the text book
To ask ss to match the pictures, then to check in pairs, to use the paper ball to play the game with prepositions and use 1 more exercise from the workbook
to write sentences with any 5 of the given words in the picture and to add the preposition and compare with your partners sentences, were they correct?
to point at things in the picture and ask questions with "Whose"
- to tick the things in the box - check with partner - 3 things are on the wrong place - try to find them - check with partner - answer the question - where is the baby - look at the script - underline the preposition of place
look at the picture then cover it, take turn to ask your partner where the things are. where is Robbie's bag? It is by the door.