In this Intermediate lesson plan, students will talk about sleeping habits, review vocabulary related to everyday activities, and learn about structures used to, get used to and be used to.
Based on descriptions, the student tries to guess the mysterious activity (sleeping). This activity is followed by a brief discussion about sleeping habits.
Grammar: used to
The student learns about the structure used to and how to use it properly.
Video: Ways to avoid staring at your phone before bed
The student gets familiar with the vocabulary used in the video through matching and completing activities (reflect on, impact on, stay vigilant, etc.) Then, they watch the video that gives some useful tips on how to avoid using your phone before bed. The student ticks the everyday activities mentioned in the video. They match these activities with the pictures.
The student completes the rest of video comprehension practice.
Grammar: get used to and be used to
The student learns how to properly use structures get used to and be used to. Then, they put their knowledge into practice.
Vocabulary: Expressions related to sleeping
The student gets familiar with some sleeping expressions through a matching exercise (catch some Zs, a night owl, hit the hay, etc.). They replace the pictures with the expressions and use them to complete the sentences.
The lesson ends with a quick review of vocabulary and grammar.
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