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LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS

English for Kids: elementary review 1

LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS

English for Kids: elementary review 1

45

min

English for Kids: elementary review 1

This is the final lesson for Unit 1 of Kids (7-9).

The focus of this lesson is a test to evaluate their knowledge of the language and words from Unit 1. The lesson concludes with a self-evaluation task.

by Jeanette Corbett

KIDS_review_be.mp3

Transcript

00 : 00 00:00
Carl: Can you see the room?
Darla: Yes. It’s a bedroom.
Carl: Good. Can you write the word bedroom as the title? That’s B, E, D, R, a double O and M.
Darla: Here I go B ... (pause)
Carl: Well done. Now listen and colour. There is a chair in front of the desk. Colour it red.
Darla: OK. The chair is red. (pause)
Carl: Can you see the desk?
Darla: Yes. It’s in front of the chair. It’s long.
Carl: Ok. Colour the desk brown.
Darla: Alright. I’m colouring the desk brown now.(pause)
Carl: Excellent. Can you see some drawers?
Darla: Yes. There are two drawers next to the bed.Can I colour them green?
Carl: No! You’re going to write a word.
Darla: What’s the word?
Carl: Can you write "drawers" on them? That’s D, R, A, W, E, R and S.
Darla: Ok. I’m writing now.(pause)
Carl: Well done. There is a bed in the centre of the bedroom.
Darla: OK. What colour is for the bed?
Carl: Well, the chair is red, and the desk is brown, so the bed is green.
Darla: I’m colouring the bed in green now. (pause)
Carl: Thank you.
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45

min

English for Kids: elementary review 1

This is the final lesson for Unit 1 of Kids (7-9).

The focus of this lesson is a test to evaluate their knowledge of the language and words from Unit 1. The lesson concludes with a self-evaluation task.

by Jeanette Corbett

KIDS_review_ae.mp3

Transcript

00 : 00 00:00
Carl: Can you see the room?
Darla: Yes. It’s a bedroom.
Carl: Good. Can you write the word 'bedroom' as the title? That’s B, E, D, R,double O and M.
Darla: Here I go B ... (pause)
Carl: Good job. Now listen and color. There is a chair in front of the desk. Color it red.
Darla: OK. The chair is red.
Carl: Can you see the desk?
Darla: Yes. It’s in front of the chair. It’s long.
Carl: Ok. Color the desk brown.
Darla: Alright. I’m coloring the desk brown now.(pause)
Carl: Excellent. Can you see some drawers?
Darla: Yes. There are two drawers next to the bed.Can I color them green?
Carl: No! You’re going to write a word.
Darla: What’s the word?
Carl: Can you write drawers next to them? That’s D, R, A, W, E, R and S.
Darla: Ok. I’m writing now.(pause)
Carl: Good job. There is a bed in the center of the bedroom.
Darla: OK. What color is for the bed?
Carl: Well, the chair is red, and the desk is brown, so the bed is green.
Darla: I’m coloring the bed in green now. (pause)
Carl: Thank you.
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