Pair Work Practice #1: Like and Look Like (15)
- What do you like eating for lunch?
- What is your home town like?
- What does your brother or sister look like?
- What is the climate in Korea like?
- Did you like going to high school?
- Is there someone in the class who looks like a famous person?
- Did you like green vegetables when you were a kid?
- What is television like?
Learn about LIKE (5)
Read the slide show.
Practice 2: Like and Look Like (10)
Look at the pictures (click here to look at the pictures). Talk with your partner and ask a few questions.
- Describe what you see.
- How do the people look?
- What are the people like?
- Why might this picture be famous or interesting?
Practice 3: Looks Like (10)
Look at the picture. Use LOOKS LIKE to describe the things that might happen.
- It looks like he might fall down.
- She looks like she might have an accident
Seeing Words (10)
How may words can you make with these letters?
Listening exercise (15)
- Listen to the short story.
- Make notes that answer the key questions.
- Do not write sentences. Just notes.
Here is the listening file.
Here is the grid with questions.
Review Verb tenses (30)
Here is a good chance to quickly review 6 important verb tenses.
- review slides and examples
- students complete Drill 1
- check a few sentences on the board
- review sample answers on slide
Negative Questions (10)
A few notes about how to answer negative questions.
- Review last week’s words and phrases
- Finish next unit.
Story Retelling (30)
Last week, you read stories with messages. They are called koans.
Today, read a short story about inventions. These stories are filled with details.
Make a small group.
Retell your story (don’t read)
Other group members ask you questions.
Next partner retells his or her story. You ask questions.
Here are the 4 stories.
Word Puzzles (15)
This shopping worksheet contains examples of short activities that help students learn English words.
The English activity worksheet is here.