In this lesson, students use their drawing and speaking skills to practise the present continuous form. Drawing adds fun to the activity and may allow less confident students to excel, especially if they are talented artists. An optional writing activity at the end helps consolidate learning.
This lesson introduces learners to vocabulary and structures used for describing feelings. As well as developing learners’ ability to read the words, learners will be able to practise pronouncing them and writing simple sentences using adjectives and the verb ‘to be.’
This is the first of two lessons introducing the topic of department stores. Students will develop their vocabulary to talk about the different floors and departments and practise asking and answering questions to find out where departments are situated.
This lesson is based on a short text which ‘Rana’ is writing about herself. Students can read the text while listening to the audio and practise modelling the pronunciation. There are also activities checking comprehension and practising the pronunciation and spelling of words with ‘ir’ and ‘ur’.
This lesson develops learners’ speaking and listening skills in the context of talking about the weather. Learners are introduced to vocabulary and phrases for describing the weather, and giving an opinion about the weather.