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Objects around the classroom

This lesson focuses on language to describe classroom objects

This lesson focuses on introducing or reviewing language to describe classroom objects. Students will learn the names for a series of common classroom objects (the teacher can decide on these, based on what there is in their particular classroom). They will also learn / review prepositions of place in order to be able to describe where things are in the classroom. There is a fun song to practise the language, as well as several ideas for follow up / revision or homework activities.

Aims:
• To review vocabulary related to classroom objects
• To learn / review prepositions of place
• To practise using the structure ‘there is…’

Age group: Primary


Level:
A1 


Time: 60 + minutes


Materials:
1. Set of sticky labels with the names of classroom objects written on them. Suggested items: Pen, pencil, folder, desk, sellotape, board, clock, computer, projector etc.
2. 6 or 7 large speech bubbles with sentences in like ‘It’s on the table’’

By: Jo Bertrand


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