Our House – 06

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[ Vocabulary ]

living room – bedroom – kitchen – bathroom

sofa – TV – bed – stove – sink – toilet – tub.

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[ Aim ]

– Recognize rooms of a house and the right furniture of each one.

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[ Objective ]

– Students Write the names of the different rooms.

– Students complete sentences describing what is wrong in each room.

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Our House – 05

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[ Vocabulary ]

living room – bedroom – dining room – kitchen – bathroom

sofa – TV – window – lamp – bed – rug – fridge – stove – sink – toilet – tub – chair/s – table – curtain.

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[ Aim ]

– Recognize pictures of different rooms in the house and their furniture.

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[ Objective ]

– Students Write the names of the different rooms.

– Students complete sentences describing what furniture they can see in each room.

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Our House – 04

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[ Vocabulary ]

living room – bedroom – dining room – kitchen – bathroom

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[ Aim ]

– Recognize pictures of different rooms in the house.

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[ Objective ]

– Students Write the names of the different rooms.

– Students answer questions of which room is each action taking place in.

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Our House – 03

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[ Vocabulary ]

living room – bedroom – dining room – kitchen – bathroom

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[ Aim ]

– Recognize pictures of different rooms in the house.

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[ Objective ]

– Students search for names of rooms in a wordsearch.

– Students number pictures with their repective numbered names.

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Our House – 02

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[ Vocabulary ]

tub – toilet – sink –  blanket  – radio – TV –  dresser – sofa

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[ Aim ]

– Recognize words syllabi.

– Recognize pictures of different furniture objects from around the house.

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[ Objective ]

– Students read the syllabi and match them together to make words.

– Students cut and paste pictures next to their respective words.

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Our House – 01

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[ Vocabulary ]

tub – toilet – sink – bed – rug – blanket  – radio – TV – refrigerator – stove – dresser – sofa – curtains

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[ Aim ]

– Recognize pictures of different furniture objects from around the house.

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[ Objective ]

Students need to read the different choices given for each picture and identify the correct answer.

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Rooms In The House [Speaking activtiy cards]

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[ Focus ]

01. Practice asking questions about the furniture in different rooms

Is there a (furniture piece) in the (room).

ex. Is there a stove in the kitchen.

Are there(#) (furniture pieces) in the (room).

ex. Are there two chairs in the dining room.

02.  Answer with (Yes, there is) / (No, there isn’t).

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[ Language skill ]

Controlled Speaking

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[ Interactive Pattern ]

Whole class:

Students move freely in the class choosing the classmate they want and asking them.

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[ Vocabulary ]

Sofa – toilet – sink – bed – TV – table – stove – curtains – window – chair – rug – tub – dresser

bedroom – bathroom – living room – dining room – kitchen

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[ Instructions ]

01. Demonstrate to your students how the activity works:

(5 A3 copies of five cards; two must match + Have your students sitting in a circle for better view)

01.1.  Have four volunteers coming to the front of the class.

01.2.  Give each one an A3 copy; one should have your match card.

01.3.  Tell them to look at their pictures and not show their friends.

01.4.  Ask each of them what rooms they have.

01.5. Show your card to the rest of the class. Elicit the rooms and furniture you have.

01.6.  Tell them you are looking for your partner. (T. asks: Who has the same card? I can’t see their cards?)

01.7. Ask the first student one question using the target language.

01.8. Encourage your students to ask the volunteers another question from your card.

 

02. Tell students that they have to ask one question and answer one question before they go look for another friend.

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[ How many cards are there? ]

There are 10 pages of different cards. Each page has 2 cards. This covers a class of 20 students. If you have more, please make more copies of the available cards.

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[ Note ]

01/In every two matching cards the order of the pictures are different. This just to eliminate the chance for students to think that if the first two answers were yes that they found their match and need not to ask; they would peek or show their owns.

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Sofa– toilet – sink – table – bed – TV – stove – curtains – window – chair – rug – tub – dresser – bedroom – bathroom – living room – dining room – kitchen.

Is there a.. (2pages) [Transfer Information/Pair work]

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TV – sofa – window – clock – toilet – sink – bookcase – tub – rug – chair – table – bed – curtains – dresser – radio

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~:|Teacher’s Instruction|:~

01. Have a larger version of the activity. (A3)

02. Get two volunteers to set next to each other for the activity demonstration. Give each one a card. (S.A, S.B). Tell them not to look at his/her friend’s sheet.

03. Go over the vocabulary with the whole class.

04. Ask the rest of the class if the pictures are the same.

05. Direct their attention to the first room in S.A’s sheet. Elicit from them how can S.A finish drawing his/her room to be the same as B’s room. He can’t look! (By asking).

06. Elicit the question, (Is there a …….. in the …………..). Point to the helping pictures under the room box. They need to put a tick if the furniture is in the room.

07. Then Give S.B the chance to ask and tick what there is in his room.

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Two pages where included for variety.

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