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Vocabulary: Free- time Activities
elementary level


This lesson is mainly about free- time activities. Students will be exposed to the target language through listening to two people discussing their free- time activities. The sub-aim will be speaking as it will help students practice the language forms they have exposed to during the exposure stage.


Abc matching- activity worksheet
Abc pictures
Abc true/ false activity- sheet
Abc activity- sheet

Main Aims

  • Ls will be able to understand and use given phrases to express free- time activities.

Subsidiary Aims

  • Ls will be able to prepare and practice a short dialogue about free- time activities.


Warmer/Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To generate learners' interest in the topic of free- time activities

T. shows pictures on the board asking Ls. what activities do you think I do in my free- time? After discussing the pictures, Ls will work in pairs to tell each other about their free- time activities. T. monitors and provides content feedback asking "who have the same activities as mine."

Exposure (10-15 minutes) • to expose Ls to the language forms used to discuss free- time activities.

T. introduces the new vocabulary items through pictures asking Ls to match the activities to the pictures in pairs, then check in groups. T. shows the answers on the PPT for feedback. T. clarifies the language using ECDW technique. T. asks Ls to look at the picture of Robert and Tanya and guess if they are good friends. Ls listen to the first part of the audio track to check their predictions. T. asks ss to read the statements on the activity sheet before listening, Ls listen and tick the correct sentences. Ls check in pairs Ls. listen again.

Language Analysis (6-8 minutes) • To clarify the meaning, form and pronunciation of the task language


Language Practice (8-10 minutes) • To provide students with practice of the task language


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