Vocabulary - the house
To provide vocabulary regarding house, its different areas and furniture in the context of describing a house and visuals.
To provide fluency in speaking about a house, its building and furniture.
Procedure (40-50 minutes)
Display image of a flat and a house. Ask them to compare. Give them 2 minutes to explain to their peer why they prefer each one over the other. ICQs: Are we going to talk about our houses? No Are we going to be quiet? No Are we going to talk about our dream houses? No
Draw the plan of a house on the board and don`t write names of different areas. Elicit names of the different areas. Define, drill and ask CCQs. On the plan and in the classroom, show different parts of the building and elicit names. Ask CCQs. Then show them furniture images. Ask what is this called? Where should I put it? Put the pictures on the board. Define, drill and ask CCQs. Can I put an armchair in the bathroom? Can I put a picture on the wall? Can I put a plant on shelves? and few more.
Hand out the papers with the picture of rooms, parts of rooms, and things in a room. Ask them to match words with images. 5 minutes Then they will listen to the audio and check their answers. Next, they will listen again and drill the pronunciation.
The second test will be implemented as a freer practice. Demonstrate this guessing game: Give 2,3 brief sentences describing the new vocab. Elicit answers. Put them in pairs to practice this game.
Demonstrate this guessing game: Give 2,3 brief sentences describing the new vocab. Elicit answers. Put them in pairs to practice this game.