From extreme ironing to skydiving
In this lesson, the student will learn to follow instructions and communicate simple everyday tasks through topics of extreme sports and hobbies.
The student will play a game of “Never Have I Ever” using common activities and extreme sports examples. Here they practice using the Present Perfect structure I’ve (never) tried …
The student learns new vocabulary related to extreme sports and hobbies by matching them with the pictures as well as meanings (skydiving, snowboarding, hang gliding, etc.). Then, they use the words to complete the sentences.
Video: Extreme ironing
The student watches the video and learns about extreme ironing. They check their understanding by answering the questions based on the video.
Video: Skating on thin ice
The student watches an interesting video about a man who skates on thin ice using his knowledge of math. The student completes the video comprehension activities.
After watching both videos, the student completes the Venn diagram for extreme ironing and extreme skating.
Grammar: Gerund vs. infinitive
The student learns about the differences between gerund and infinitive forms. Based on the list of verbs followed by an infinitive and those followed by a gerund, they complete the sentences with the correct verb forms.
Reading: Swimming in freezing water
The student reads an article about the health benefits of swimming in frigid waters and completes the reading comprehension activities, including the vocabulary matching exercise.
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