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Your Dream House Goals: Students will be able to discuss parts of the house. Students will be able to express their imagination.
Warm-up w By yourself, list as many rooms in the house as you can. w With the class, list the things that people can do in those rooms. w What does your house or apartment look like? What rooms does it have? How many people live there?
Comprehension w Copy down the following chart. Fill it in as you read and listen to the following passages. Name The Clays The Stones Kind of house Name of Number home of rooms
Unusual Houses w 1) A house? A boat? A houseboat? ª Pete and Karen Clay are from Kentucky. They have an unusual home. It’s a houseboat named Fargo. It has a living room, a kitchen, a bathroom, and three bedrooms. The Clays’ children, Andy and Kris, love it. “It’s a cool house and a fun boat, ” says Kris.
2) Up in a tree! w Grant Stone is 12, and his sister, Jenna, is 8. They’re only kids, but they have a house. It’s a tree house at their grandparents’ place in the countryside. Their tree house has one room, a living room with a table and a few chairs. It’s small but Grant and Jenna think it’s great. Grant says, “It’s my favorite place! That’s why we named it ‘My Place’!”
True or false? w The Clays’ houseboat w w has two bedrooms. The Clays’ houseboat is small. Grant is 12 years old. Grant has two sisters. The tree house is big. T F
Practical or fun? w Some houses have cool things like castle towers, water slides going from a window into pools, moats, or are incredibly massive. w Is this practical? Why or why not?
Your dream house w House name: w What would it be like? Why would it be that way? w Who would live there? w We would have __________ because____________. w We wouldn’t have _________ because____________. w Show your group, and then the class!
Poem w There’s a hill by the sea, w On the hill there’s a house, w In the house there’s a room, w With a small white door. w There’s a sign on the door w And the sign says ME. w But the door is locked w And there isn’t a key.
Home Furnishings w Goals: ª Name the furniture in a house and explain its location ª Explain the function of home furnishings ª Discuss home safety
Ball Review w Prepositions! ª in ª on ª under ª over, on top of ª next to, beside ª in between ª near ª across from
Pairwork: Tell your partner what your room looks like. Have them draw it. w Practice using prepositions: ª next to, beside ª in between ª near ª under ª on ª opposite w Practice using spatial descriptions: ª in the corner ª in the middle ª by the door or window ª on the left or right ª hanging on the wall ª across the room
Describe these rooms
Match each item on the left with one on the right that does a similar job. What jobs do they do? 1. air conditioner 2. barbecue grill 3. washing machine 4. burglar alarm 5. _____ 6. _____ A) frying pan B) smoke detector C) electric fan D) vacuum cleaner E) ______ F) ______
Pair work- tell your new partner what things belong in each room. Guess which things don’t really belong. w Bedroom: bed, desk, frying pan, chair, w w w wardrobe, toilet Bathroom: _______ Living room: _______ Dining room: ________ Kitchen: _______ Garage: _______ Yard: _______
Dangers in the house w What dangers are there in the house? w What could happen next? w What would you do if you were there? w Discuss with your group and make a plan to keep the baby safe.
Save the baby 1. The fridge is leaking. There is a large pool of water underneath it, and the electric plug runs through it. 2. There is a large stack of dirty plates piled next to the sink. Baby is playing next to the cabinet under the sink. 3. There is a pot of boiling soup on top of the table. Baby is playing under the table. 4. Someone left food cooking on the stove and forgot about it. Soon there will be a fire.