Copy of House Vocabulary
To provide clarification and practice of household items and furniture vocabulary in the context of house
To practice listening for specific information and using target language in a meaningful context
Procedure (16-30 minutes)
Teacher shows a triangle and a square craft. Students will be asked to think on the shapes and build a connection between the them. The teacher will try to elicit the word "house".
The teacher draws a big house and writes the rooms' names on the board. After a simple demonstration about the activities we do in each room, the T asks the Ss to check their chairs and show the pictures of household items and furniture. The Ss will be asked to stick the pictures according to the rooms. This activity will help them to learn the target vocabulary in a simple context.
The T gives handouts to the Ss and give simple intructions for the listening task. The T will use CCQs to make sure them understand that they are asked number the pictures and circle the words they hear in accordance with the recording. (Ex.1) Then they will be asked to match the pictures to the correct words and to group them as appropriate. (Ex.2. This activity may also be assigned as homework)
The Ss will be divided into four group with the names of the rooms; e.g. bedroom, bathroom, living room and kitchen. Each team will have a lollypop in a different colour. When the Ss hear the related word, they will raise the lollypop crafts. If they raise the craft after an irrelevant word, another student will compete with the Ss from the other groups. The teacher will announce each false attempt with the bell.
The T gives each student a paper sheet to create their own house. The Ss will draw the household items and furniture on the paper sheet given. They will be asked to work in pairs or small groups. They will talk about their house using 'there's/are' during the speaking task.