CELTYL Lesson 2
Elem. Ages 10-13 level
By the end of the lesson they will be able to use has got in the context of wild animals. They will be able to describe wild animals.
To learn the names of body parts in the context of wild animals.
Procedure (39-45 minutes)
I will play Simon Says to review body parts.
I will show flash cards with the vocabulary and I will have students name the animals by elicitation. I will make sure to drill and repeat so they learn them perfectly. I will put the animals and associated parts on the board so they can learn that a trunk for example belongs to an elephant.
I will divide the students into three groups. I will give them cards of animals and body parts. Then they will have to match the animal with the body part. Then I will check and for each answer write it on the board. For example they will have the word trunk and elephant and I will write An elephant has got a trunk. I will elicit the next sentences from the students and write them on the board. For negative sentences, I will show an animal that hasn't got the feature and have them make sentences. I will elicit at first.
The students will be in pairs. I will give each a work sheet and they will need to match the animal descriptions to the picture. They will then check the answers with a provided answer key. Then we will go over it as a class.
Give each pair a photo of an animal and have them write a short description of it using the target vocab and grammar based on the worksheet from the last task. Then I will put the animal flashcards at the board and collect all of the papers. I will give one paper per pair and they have to decide what animal.