Lesson Plan

You Have to Do It!

Students will learn about the things they have to do around the house. Using computer and internet encourage students to go beyond the classroom and the text book to learn English. Padlet can help them to build their creativity designing dictionaries.
Objectives

Students will be able to:
- talk about obligations in present tense
- talk about household chores
- write about obligations in present tense
- use 'have to'

Subjects
English Language Arts
English Language Learning
speaking
vocabulary
writing
intermediate
Grades 11
All Notes
Teacher Notes
Student Notes

1 Warm-up

Activity: Investigating

• Write the word chore on the board and explain what it leans: work that you do around the house and explain, normally on a regular basis.
• Have volunteers tell some of the things that they have to do around the house.

Student Instructions

- Ask students to look at the pictures on the page and describe what they see. Encourage them to say as much as they can and help them with vocabulary as necessary.

- Read the first part of the individual chores aloud and have them mark the chores they have to do.

- Direct students' attention to the pictures of the individual chores. Play the audio and have students listen to how the name of each chore is pronounced.

- Play the audio again. Have students repeat the words after the recording.

- Have students work in pair compare the chores they marked on the page with their partner. 

- Have pairs report to the class. Find out who in the class does the most chores.

2 Teaching

Activity: Exploring

- Ask students to look at the pictures on the page and describe what they see. Encourage them to say as much as they can and help them with vocabulary as necessary.

- Read the first part of the individual chores aloud and have them mark the chores they have to do.

- Direct students' attention to the pictures of the individual chores. Play the audio and have students listen to how the name of each chore is pronounced.

- Play the audio again. Have students repeat the words after the recording.

- Have students work in pair compare the chores they marked on the page with their partner.

- Have pairs report to the class. Find out who in the class does the most chores.

3 Autonomous Learning

Padlet
Free, Paid

- Split students into 4 groups.

- Have students make their own pictures dictionaries from the internet using images with the corresponding English words (household chores).

- Have students create their own slide shows of vocabulary.

- Ask students to share and discuss their class to the class.