Exercises to print :
- "Label the outdoor
including a jacket, jeans, earmuffs, mittens, gloves, raincoat, scarf,
umbrella, boots, skates, and others."
- "Label the outdoor
including a swimsuit, shorts, sunglasses, T-shirt, dress, sandals, watch,
ring, and others."
- Tenses for the Verb - To
"Click on the timeline to see how this irregular verb changes
with each tense"
PowerPoint Presentations :
Lesson plans : Click on the picture.
- Train drivers in skirts after shorts ban (June 11, 2013) - a lesson plan with AUDIO
"Male train drivers in Sweden have come up with a novel way of staying cool in the summer heat after their company banned the wearing of shorts."
Sweden male train drivers wear skirts after shorts row - Article + Video
- South Korea 'bans' miniskirts (March 23, 2013) - a lesson plan
"A new law has come into force in South Korea that effectively bans the wearing of miniskirts.
The controversial piece of legislation is called the 'overexposure law' and is an attempt by the government to curb what it views as public indecency."
code - a lesson plan (english-4u.com)
Language Function : discussing issues / understanding
a written text
Vocabulary Area / Topic : dress code / clothes
- with Teacher's
Lopez in anti-fur stalking (Breaking News English)
- a lesson plan with "a news article, listening (MP3 file), communication
activities, pair work, discussion,
reading and vocabulary exercises."
a lesson plan (breakingnewsenglish.com)
BEFORE READING / LISTENING
WHILE READING / LISTENING
- Fashion and clothing
- a lesson proposed by Randall S. Davis (esl-lab)
- a list of commonly-used vocabulary with a recording of the
words in RealMedia format.
- a short quiz to test students' comprehension of some
of the words,
- a Follow-Up exercise for expanding students' use
of the vocabulary in a conversation with a partner or group.
- The clothes shop
"This mini-play is set in a clothes shop in Manchester, where two friends are chatting to each other as they shop.
The lesson contains a downloadble MP3 audio file and a PDF with student worksheets and teacher's notes."
INTERACTIVE games :
"First click on the picture and play the games, then make sure you know the words and play the 4 games..."
Created by Renée Maufroid
"Pick a category and then click as many things as you can find
in that category in one minute...
There are 25 words in each category."
BODY / ANIMALS / FOOD / CLOTHES
- a crossword (learnenglish.de)
- hangman (learnenglish.de)
- word search (learnenglish.de)
Games TO PRINT :
Idioms and Sayings :
- Don't Be Caught With Your Pants Down - Text + Audio
"Are you too big for your boots? Do you often fly by the seat of your pants? Learn what these clothing expressions mean and so many others.
You may be excited to get started but keep your shirt on! Be patient. All you have to do is click on this episode of Words and Their Stories."
- Belt Idioms
"A belt is a strip of flexible material, such as leather, plastic, cloth, used with or without a buckle for wear (usually) around the waist.
Some idioms are based on a belt’s narrow shape, like the following epithets for different sections of the United States."
Cartoons : (Si le lien est inaccessible, enregistrer l'image pour obtenir
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Conversation questions :
statements - UPDATED
"This is a staged discussion activity which focuses on students'
personal opinions of style and fashion."
On by Keith Urban :
"When I wake up in the mornin' light
I pull on my jeans and I feel all right...
I got money in my pocket, I got a tiger in my tank
And I'm king of the road again"
Woolite : Torture - a commercial (YouTube) - UPDATED
"You might know Rob Zombie as the founder and lead singer of White Zombie or you might be more familiar with his film work
directing gory horror movies like House of 1000 Corpses and the Halloween remake.
Either way, odds are good that you probably don’t think about a gentle laundry detergent when you picture the guy.
That’s exactly why having him direct the 30-second spot is pretty genius.
I mean, when was the last time you even thought about Woolite, let alone voluntarily watched a commercial for it?"