In this lesson, students will talk about Disneyland, practice vocabulary related to amusement parks, learn how to use linking devices like ‘however, although, because, so’, and role-play a dialogue with the teacher to compare Disneyland in Paris, Orlando, and Tokyo.
The student solves a riddle to guess the topic of the lesson (Disneyland).
Video: How did Disneyland start
The student learns new vocabulary through a matching activity and uses it to fill in the gaps (amusement park, roller coaster, cartoon, etc.). They watch the video telling a story of Disneyland and its very beginning. The student then completes the video comprehension activity and marks the statements based on the video true or false.
Grammar: However, although, because, and so
Through examples, the student learns how to properly use however, although, because, and so. Then, they use them in sentences.
The student is given a fact file about Disneyland in Tokyo, Paris, and Orlando. Their task is to role-play a dialogue using this fact file to compare Disneyland in different places.
The lesson ends with a quick review of vocabulary and grammar.
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