Amira Ghorab Amira Ghorab

Vocabulary, Daily routine
Elementary level


In this lesson, the Ss learn about the vocbulary of daily routine and practice speaking in the same context.


Abc Gap-fill handout
Abc pictures
Abc white board

Main Aims

  • To practice the vocabulary of verb phrases related to everyday activity.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide practice in speaking in the same context.


Lead in (2-3 minutes) • To generate interest in the topic of the lesson.

- Show the Ss a picture of someone's daily routine, and ask the to describe this picture. - Then, ask the Ss "what do you do everyday?" or ''what is your daily routine?''.

Test one (2-3 minutes) • To diagnose what Ls already know about the target language (TL).

- Give the Ss a matching and ask them to work individually and try to match the verb phrases to the right pictures. - Ask the Ss to wok in pairs to check their answers. - Then, share the answers with the whole class.

Teach (4-5 minutes) • To clarify aspects of the TL that Ls don’t already know.

- Show the Ss pictures of everyday activities, and ask the Ss ''what is she/he doing?" in order to elicit the verb phrases from the students themselves. - Drill the pronunciation of the verb phrases and write them on the board. - Give feedback on the board in order to clarify the form of the verb phrase.

Test two (4-5 minutes) • To check that Ls have improved in their knowledge of the TL. To provide an opportunity for the learners to use the TL.

- Ask the Ss to work individually to answer the given task. - Then, ask them to check their answes in pairs. - Share the answers as the whole class. -- Give the Ss another task which is a survey that includes different verb phrases. - Ask the students to work individually and write (Yes or No) according to their daily routine. - Then, ask the Ss to mingle the classroom and ask the others if they do the same daily activities or not.

Feedback (1-2 minutes) • To praise good use of TL and to correct errors in TL use.

- Provide the Ss with content and language feedback.

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