Using Imagery!What?Using images to understand the meaning of new vocabulary.How? Steps:1. Match the images with the vocabulary.2. If not, identify the places, people and things in the images.3. Then think about the context.4. Make sure you understand the relationship between the image and the vocabulary.Why?To understand and memorize new vocabulary more easily byvisualizing things in your mind.
Vocabulary1. Write down the following list:1.Under.2.In.3.On.4.Next to.
Vocabulary2. Write a sentence using each preposition, to indicate where are located 4 objects in the classroom.3. Share your sentences with a classmate. Check if you talked about the same objects.
Write 4 sentences to tell the location of 4 objects in this bedroom. Use on, in, under andnext to.Example: The books are on the table.
TaskChoose 4 objects in the classroom and ask 5 students about their location.A: Where is…?/Where are…?B: It’s…/They’re…
Steps1. Read instructions.2. Practice the pattern.3. Stand up.4. Interview 5 classmates and take notes of their answers.5. Share results with the class.
Wrap up!1. Did we achieve the objectives?2. Did we use today’s learning strategy?3. Did we complete our task?
Homework1. Book. Unit 3. Review. Pages 42 and 43.2. Workbook. Pages 23, 24 and 25.3. Play online:http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgame.asp?id=65134. Create a conversation where you ask someone about the location of the objects in your bedroom.