L1 L&S Supp Mats Unit 1 Physical Appearance

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L1 L&S Supp Mats Unit 1 Physical Appearance

  1. 1. unit 1 Level 1 Spring / L & S Supplementary Materials / Relates to ‘English Firsthand Success’ This covers language not included in the text book. Could also be used in Speaking Task 1 prep, & to supplement units 1 & 2. Describing physical appearance (page 1/3) * These words describe physical appearance. Add them to the table below. skinny slim muscular overweight not very medium long a a beard good length sideburns moustache looking attractive about 160 freckles dark wears narrow narrow in her 50s bald cm tall glasses Words that describe physical appearance short, average height, tall Height small, average build Build around 25, in his 30s Age short, long straight, wavy, curly, a ponytail Hair white, grey, blond, light/dark brown, red black square, round, plain, wide Face light, white, olive-skinned Complexion green, blue, brown, black Eyes beautiful, big beautiful, pretty, handsome, sexy, cute, good looking General other * Can you think of any more words? Modified from: ‘Talk a Lot’ 2nd edition / Martin / ELP Press
  2. 2. unit 1 Level 1 Spring / L & S Supplementary Materials / Relates to ‘English Firsthand Success’ This covers language not included in the text book. Could also be used in Speaking Task 1 prep, & to supplement units 1 & 2. Describing physical appearance (page 2/3) * Read these descriptions. What are the missing words? Write is or has. A She is around 20. She is tall, slim and beautiful. She has * Now match the descriptions with the pictures. long straight black hair. B He .......... average height and average build. He .......... a ponytail. he .......... handsome. C She .......... really cute. She .......... medium length wavy hair, and big beautiful eyes. D He .......... average height and average build. He .......... a ponytail. He .......... handsome. E She .......... around 60. She .......... short curly hair, and wears glasses. F He .......... a wide face and a dark complexion. He .......... very muscular. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Writing * Write a description of the people in the pictures. A B C A B C Modified from: ‘Talk a Lot’ 2nd edition / Martin / ELP Press
  3. 3. unit 1 Level 1 Spring / L & S Supplementary Materials / Relates to ‘English Firsthand Success’ This covers language not included in the text book. Could also be used in Speaking Task 1 prep, & to supplement units 1 & 2. Describing physical appearance (page 3/3) Drawing * Draw a picture of a friend or relative in the ‘My picture’ box. You have a maximum of 5 minutes to draw the picture! My picture My partner’s picture Speaking Pair work * Sit back-to-back with your partner. Describe the person in your picture. Your partner will listen, and draw the picture on their paper. Do not show your paper to your partner! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Writing * Think of a famous person. Write a short description of that person’s physical appearance. Do not write his/her name! ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Speaking * Now walk around the class, and read your description to other students. They have to listen, and guess who it is! Modified from: ‘Talk a Lot’ 2nd edition / Martin / ELP Press

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