- To use prepositions to describe the position of items in the bedroom
Pupils should be taught to:
- Speak in sentences using familiar vocabulary and basic language structures, key features of the language to build sentences, broaden their vocabulary and develop their ability to understand new words
- Develop accurate pronunciation and intonation so that others understand when are reading aloud or using familiar words and phrases
- Present information orally to a range of audiences
- Ask for repetition and clarification (LLS)
- Agree or disagree with statements made about a spoken passage (O6.1)
- Listen attentively, retell and discuss the main ideas (O6.1)
Before the lesson
Teacher knowledge - language points
During the week
- Have an object that you hide in different places around the classroom. Ask children to spot it and tell you where it is using prepositions.
- Ask the children to create flashcards using card and coloured pencils or pens for items in the bedroom and for the prepositions. The children use these flashcards to test each other. You could also use the flashcards for a vocabulary display.
- The children draw a picture of their bedroom (real or imaginary) and label the items in it.