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Elementary level


In this lesson, students will learn about emotions. They will know how to express their feeling whether hungry, sad, or happy! They will practice listening and speaking. The lesson is based on the receptive skills of students. They will have time to speak to each other and do activities together.


Main Aims

  • To provide students with the best information

Subsidiary Aims

  • To allow students use expressions in everyday conversation


Warmer (4-5 minutes) • Get students engaged in the lesson

ask students glance at the presented pictures and guess a title for today's lesson. Meanwhile, they will know the main idea of the lesson.

Presentation (6-7 minutes) • To provide students with less challenging gist and specific information

Students will look and listen to some of the emotions vocabularies that are meant to be taught in the lesson. Such as: tired, stressed, sad, happy, frightened, worried, hungry, bored, hot, cold, and thirsty. They will be asked to repeat more than once.

Listening (3-5 minutes) • To prepare the students for the text

Teacher shows the students a picture of a family and plays an audio. Students are asked to look at the picture while listening and to know how the family members feel.

Practice (7-8 minutes) • To make the students feel more confident while using emotions

Students will be given an activity in the breakout rooms. They will do it in groups of two or three. The activity includes a crosswords puzzle.

Practice #2 (10-17 minutes) • To provide with an opportunity to respond to the lesson and expand on what they've learned

Students will watch a short story video about emotions. Later they will be given another fun activity. It includes matching the audio with the correct flashcard. This will expand their learning and allow them speak more often. After that, we will have a conversation and make sure students are now well aware of the uses of emotions vocabularies in English.

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