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Nationalities _present simple


in this lesson students get familiar with different nationalities.This lesson plan has been designed with a view to giving learners the chance to have sufficient amount of fluency and accuracy practice.,


Abc HOs,WB,markers

Main Aims

  • To provide gist, scan and detailed reading practice using a text about International school in the context of learning

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide review and practice of To be verb in the context of work


Warmer/Lead-in (8-10 minutes) • To further expose students to nationalities.

i put pictures of some well-known people on the WB and i write their names and countries. Students are given a HO on which there are 10 numbers representing the celebrities on WB. As for the numbers, each one consists of three blanks that need to be filled with information about what their names are, where thy are from and what their nationalities are in pairs.

Reading for Gist and detail (6-8 minutes) • to give SS fluency and accuracy practice.

First and foremost,students guess the city and the country by looking at the picture then they go on to read the questions. After that, they read the passage and answer the questions together. Next, they are asked to close their books and respond to 3 T\F questions.

Days (5-7 minutes) • Introduction to days of the week.

I kick off with the eliciting of the letters in the box and then i get them to put the letters in the right place. I do choral and individual drills. I should also separate weekdays from the rest on WB. At the end, i separate weekdays from the rest on WB.

Listening for Detail (7-8 minutes) • Further practice of To be verb and nationalities.

I draw SS's attention to the questions and ask the to guess possible answers in groups of three. Then they listen to the recording and match the questions and answers.

Free practice (9-11 minutes) • to give SS fluency and accuracy practice.

I provide SS with HOs on which they see three short descriptions of two people from different nationalities. They are required to read the texts on their own and the pair up to answer the questions. Then they stand up and go over to the trainees in the class to work out where they are from and what their nationalities are.

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