'I love English': magazines designed for language learners that can be used in classroom as extra activities to add colour and motivated students.
You are going to:
- talk about London
- read about the 'top 10 things to see in London'
- complete the activities
1. What comes to mind when you hear the word 'London'?
2. Have you ever been to London?
If the answer is yes proceed with the following questions:
3. What are your favourite images of London?
4. What things can tourist can do in London?
Reading: Scanning (tell students they have 2 minutes to quickly scan the pages and list the 10 things to see in London)
Question: List the top 10 things to see in London?
Reading for information ( Skimming :ask students to read again and complete the following activities. Students can then check in pairs.)
1. Match the word (1-9) with the definition (a-i)
2. Answer with true or false and correct the false sentences:
1. The Big Ben chimed for the first time in 1869.
2. The red phone box is painted red because of the British flag.
3. Tourist like to take photos of themselves inside them.
4. The London eye welcomes more than 3.2 million visitors per year.
5. There are 32 capsules.
6. The crown Jewels are protected by guards called 'Beefeaters'
7. The Queen's guards are the most popular guards in the world.
8. The London underground is 100 years old
9. Harrods merchandise is quite expensive.
10. Every year, one London hotel wins the Top Afternoon Tea award.
11. The natural history museum has the largest natural history in the world.
3. Fill in the gaps with the words:
1. The clock bells.................. every hour.
2. My car is in the mechanics shop for..............
3. Our...................... is 'freedom, justice and love'.
4. The president has three................ standing outside his door.
5. This shop offers an astonishing range of …...................
6. Wow! This dress is so...................
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Closing the lesson:
1. Would you like to visit London?
2. What things would you like to see?