By Susan Thomas
Forming a part of a chain on English language educating, this instructor source publication features a set of photocopiable photograph activates, within the kind of comic strip images and imagine forums, for crucial language paintings. those photo activates comprise goods of simple vocabulary, in addition to goods for language extension paintings, and will be used for either presentation and perform. additionally incorporated are teacher's notes with many feedback for stress-free, motivating video games and activites. the cloth can be utilized for paintings with small or huge teams, from newbies to complicated and from the age of 9/10 to grownup.
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Photocopy and cut up the set of preposition cards (page 46). Add your own prepositions in the blank squares. Use these to help you describe who lives in each flat. 44 Who Lives Where? ~I ® 000- _0 -() -0 00- -0 -0 . ; • . • #. --~ ......... 45 Who Lives Where? (2) I II on the left on the right between next to below above in the middle on the ground floor on the top floor behind in front of opposite near to far from I i I I -- I , I I iI i ! I I 46 I 47 LESSON In the Fridge (pages 48 and 49) NOTES Key language Notes at the back of behind between in front of in the corner of in the middle of next to on the left of on the right of on the second/third shelf down on the toplbottom shelf Useful language Notes Where's the (ham)?
3 The mouse is in front of the box/packet. 4 The spider's on the matchbox. 5 The spider's in the matchbox. 6 The dog's in the basket. 7 The pig's in the tree. 8 The cat's behind the chair. 9 The pig's next to the tree. 10 The chicken's under the table. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 The spider's next to the matchbox. The bird's on the (bird) table. The bird's in the cage. The pig's in front of the tree. The cat's under the chair. The dog's next to the basket. The cat's next to the chair. The mouse is behind the box/packet.
The plant's under the table. The cup's under the saucer. The TV's under the table. The flowers are under the vase. The armchair's behind the TV. The sunshade's in the pool. Useful language Notes Say what's wrong. The (plant) is under the (table). It should be on the (table). Put the (TV) on the (table). Standard games and activities (see Section 3, pages 9-13) Notes    Three in a Row Guessing Game True or False? 34 What's Wrong? 35 LESSON Arranging a Room (pages 36 to 38) NOTES Key language 1 2 3 4 5 I 6 7 8 9 next to in front of behind between near Notes on the right (of) on the left (of) in the middle (of) at the front armchair fireplace rug Standard games and activities (see Section 3, pages 9-13) Notes  Kim's Game Additional Activities for these picture sheets Notes A Information gap 1 Listening The teacher arranges objects in the room, and then describes the room.
Picture Prompts: Prepositions and Directions by Susan Thomas