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Lesson Plan

Teacher:
School:
Class: 3rd
Date:
Coursebook:

Visual aids: worksheets, whiteboard,


Types of activities: whole class, group work
Types of interaction: Teacher-Student, Student-Student
Grammar Topic: there is/ there are
Warm-up activity: WHERE DO YOU LIVE?
Vocabulary in Use: bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen, hall, garden, furniture, bed, sofa,
armchair, curtains, wardrobe, cupboard, lamp,
Time: 50 minutes
Skills: Integrated skills: listening, speaking, reading, writing
Strategies: exercise, game, conversation, Brainstorming
Topic: MY HOUSE
Aim: to develop and practice the vocabulary related to houses, parts of a house and pieces of
furniture
Subsidiary Aims:
 Students will be able to recognize and name different rooms of a house and pieces of
furniture
 Students will be able to use the targeted vocabulary in context
 Students will be able to say what pieces of furniture can be found in each room (using
there is and there are)

Level: Beginner
Learning Activities:
 answer simple questions based on the topic
 ask questions based on the topic
 read a text based on the topic
 use the new vocabulary in context
Communicative Functions: to speak about their house and about the rooms in a house
Evaluation: Conversation, exercise
Type of Lesson: Consolidation
Time Skills Activities What the student does

Warm-up
2 Speaking The teacher greets the children and introduces herself,
min telling them that they are going to do the English class Students answer the
together. Then, she asks them whether they had any questions.
homework and checks is together with the pupils. Students read their
homework.
Link between warm-up and presentation
Name of the activity: Where do you live?
The teacher informs the students that the topic of the
lesson is “MY HOUSE” and writes the title on the
whiteboard.
4 The teacher shows two pictures to the children: one with a Students listen and
min Speaking house and the other with a block of flats. She asks them answer the questions
what they can see in the pictures. Then, the children are using the vocabulary
asked some questions related to the place they live in: previously learned
e.g. Where do you live?
Do you live in a house or in a flat?
Do you like your house?
How many rooms has it got?
Which is your favourite room in your house?

Students listen and


answer.
Presentation
Each pupil is provided with a set of worksheets but they
are asked to keep them upside down for the moment. The
teacher informs them that they are going to listen to a
song named “A spider in my bathroom”. The teacher
plays the song once. When the song ends, the teachers
asks the students whether they liked it or not and asks
15- Listening them to name as many insects as they can remember from Students listen and take
17 Writing the song. Then, the children are prepared for the next task. notes
min The teacher informs them that they can look at their
worksheets. They can see there the lyrics of the song they
have just listened to but some words are missing from it.
The teacher explains to them that they are going to listen
again to the song and complete the missing words. The
teacher plays the song again.
After the song finishes, the teacher checks the completion
of the task by asking several pupils to read their answers.
If the task was not completed successfully, the teacher
plays the song for the third time.
Afterwards, the teacher names some children to read the
lyrics of the song and then invites the pupils to sing along. Students read and sing
They sing the song together.
Practice 1
The teacher puts on the whiteboard a set of flashcards,
some showing pictures of different rooms of the house
5 Speaking and others with the name of the rooms written on them. Students listen to the
min The flashcards are mixed up. Then she informs the instructions and go to
students that they have to take turns and go to the the whiteboard to
whiteboard and match each room with its name. She complete the task.
appoints certain students to go to the whiteboard and do
the task.

Practice 2
The teacher writes the names of the rooms on the
5-7 Speaking whiteboard. She asks the pupils to give examples of pieces
min of furniture that can be found in each room.
Writing e.g.: What pieces of furniture can we find in the bedroom? Students give examples.
Bed, lamp, curtains, carpet, etc.
She writes the words on the whiteboard and the students
write down the words in their notebooks. If the students Students take notes.
cannot give examples, the teacher helps them by showing
them flashcards with various objects.

Practice 3
On the worksheets the pupils received at the beginning of
the class, they can find the picture of a house together
with some questions. The teacher now informs the Students listen to the
students that they have to look at the picture and then teacher’s explanations
answer the questions using “there is” or “there are”. and write the answers
e.g.: Is there a blue armchair? on their worksheets.
5 Yes, there is.
min Writing Are there three blue cushions?
No, there aren’t.
The teacher allows the children some time to write their
answers (about 2 minutes). While the students are writing Students read their
their answers, the teacher walks among their desks. When answers.
the time is up, the teacher informs the students that they
have to finish. Afterwards, she asks them to read their
answers and corrects any possible mistakes.

Evaluation
Riddle contest
9 The teacher informs the pupils that they are going to make
min Listening a riddle contest. They are divided into two teams and they
Speaking are going to hear some riddles related to rooms and pieces
of furniture. The teams will take turns to answer the
questions (each team has two chances to give the correct
answer). If the team gives the correct answer, it gains one
point. They are going to hear ten riddles and the team with
the most points wins.
The teacher makes sure that the pupils understood the Students listen and
rules. Then, she starts reading the riddles. answer
e.g.: I am made of wood.
I have four legs.
You can sit on me.
I am often in the kitchen.

The teacher names children to answer. If the answer is


correct, she adds a point in the score board. When the
teacher finishes reading all the questions, she sums up the
points and announces the winning team.

Assignment
1 The teacher informs the students that their homework
min is to answer the questions: Students note their
Where do you live? homework.
What is your favourite room of your house? Why?