Unit 2 – Sports ESL Kids Lesson
Unit 2: Sports
- In this ESL kids lesson, students will learn to express a preference of different kinds of sports.
- Students will learn words and expressions used when talking about their favorite sports.
- It also teaches learners how to talk about personal abilities using some adjectives followed by prepositions (good at, bad at) and the modal verb ‘can.'
- The lesson also teaches students how to compare things in the most fundamental
- To learn to conjugate verbs in the present tense while highlighting how the form changes in the third person singular.
- The lesson will teach compound words & nouns essential vocabulary building skills.
Main Lesson Materials & Study Steps
It's a sports and P.E. day at school. Freddie, Lisa, and the others are on the playground. Students are playing different kinds of games. A conversation begins about their sports preferences and an expression of their abilities. Freddie and Bob are amazed by a short boy outplaying the tall boys in basketball, which goes to teach kids to avoid stereotypical judgment of others.
|basketball, volleyball, soccer, table tennis, badminton, tennis, running|
Adjectives followed by prepositions (good at, bad at), comparatives (better than, faster)
1- Compound Words/Nouns
(Words formed by combining two words)
2- Verb 'to like' - present simple
(The verb 'to like' is a stative verb that describes a state, situation or condition. The focus will be on how the verb only changes in the 3rd person singular. )
3- Adjectives followed by prepositions
(Some adjectives are often followed by a preposition in particular circumstances. When talking about things we can do very well or very badly, we often use the adjective 'good' or 'bad' followed by the preposition 'at'. )