Donri C. Roberson Donri C. Roberson

TP2 Everyday Life
Elementary level


In this lesson, students will be able to learn common verb vocabulary words used in everyday life. T will introduce and demonstrate to SS how to ask and pronounce Present simple questions and short answer forms.


Abc Everday life vocabulary cards

Main Aims

  • To provide specific information using Present simple questions

Subsidiary Aims

  • To introduce common verb vocabulary words for everyday life.
  • To provide pronunciation practice for asking Present simple questions and short answers for our daily lives


Warmer/Lead-in (8-10 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

T will board pictures of everyday life things, then ask SS to put them in the order they would do them. T-S feedback(Elicit target vocabulary)

Pre-Grammar Vocabulary (10-12 minutes) • To introduce the common verb vocabulary needed to complete the exercise in preparation for the next task

Put SS in PW, T will post a verb card on the WB, then model how the SS are to connect the words to the proper verb cards. T will ICQ's before (PW) complete the exercise. T will group the pairs for peer check/feedback. T will give the G's the answer key to check their answers.

Pre-Grammar Pronunciation (5-7 minutes) • To prepare students on how to properly pronounce Present simple questions and short/long answers in normal speech

T will randomly select students to read questions with Do you...? Then T will demonstrate to the SS how to cluster the words together for proper pronunciation. T will randomly select SS again to read the questions. Open-class feedback

Grammar/listening (6-8 minutes) • SWBAT produce and listen to Present simple questions and short/long answers

T will instruct SS on their task, complete ICQ's play recording then. (PW) Drill practice of grammar point.

Post-Grammar (6-8 minutes) • SWBAT read information, and answer short answer questions for everyday life

(PW), T will demonstrate how to complete the reading grammar questions and short answer exercise. T will rotate (PW) to check and review work.

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