In this ESL lesson, students will learn new vocabulary related to owning pets. They will also discuss the benefits of having a cat versus having a dog.
For the icebreaker, students will discuss which pets they like and why.
After watching the “Cat-Friend vs Dog-Friend” video, students will be asked to consider the differences between cats and dogs.
In this section, students will read two diary entries: one from a cat owner and another from a dog owner. They will then complete a matching exercise based on the texts they’ve read.
Students will be tasked with finding and correcting mistakes in sentences.
This final section consists of a list of questions designed to prompt a discussion about the pros and cons of owning cats versus dogs.
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