In this A2 English lesson, the student will learn vocabulary related to giving and following instructions to paper folding. They will also learn the difference between bare and to-infinitives.
The student names the paper objects in the picture.
Reading: The history of paper folding
Before reading the text about the history of paper folding, the student learns new vocabulary through a matching activity (fortune teller, flip, flap. etc.) and use them to complete the sentences.
They read the text and answer reading comprehension questions as they go.
Video: How to make a paper airplane
The student watches a video explaining how to make a paper airplane. They complete the video-related activities.
Video: How to make a fortune teller
The student watches a video explaining how to make a fortune teller. Then, they put the steps in the correct order.
Video: How to make a rose
The student watches a video and learns how to make a rose using a napkin.
The student learns what to-infinitive is and when it’s used. Then, they practice identifying it in sentences as well as completing sentences using the to-infinitive.
Grammar: Bare infinitive
The student learns about the bare infinitive and identifies it in sentences. Then, they practice using the bare infinitive form to complete the sentences.
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