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This unit includes FIFTEEN days of 42-minute lesson plans!
This unit presents basic house and home vocabulary including rooms and items found around the house. Possessive adjectives are also included (my, your, his/her, etc).
Student notes and guided notes on house vocabulary and all the possessives
Various practices for vocab review and a practice for each of the possessive adjectives as well as a cumulative one before the quiz.
Two versions of a quiz with listening script- the script goes to both quizzes
A SMART vortex activity that has students review possessives
The pictures I use daily for student speaking
My anticipatory set slides for each day of the unit
The Clue game I designed
The premise of game is that a prankster has taken an item and has hidden it in another room of the house (couldn't condone committing a felony with my middle-schoolers..lol). Students play the game like the original but figure out who took the item, what he/she took, and where it is now located. The game does require some prep such as printing out the cards and the board and cutting the cards up for each group. I did laminate mine so I can use them indefinitely. The kids loved this game and speak entirely in the target language using the "hypothesis" statement that I've included.
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