Weather & Clothes: How’s the weather?

  • Topic: Weather & clothes - How's the weather?
  • Communication Objectives: Learn to talk about weather conditions and weather clothes in English.
  • Language Objectives: To learn to ask and answer questions about weather conditions using the question form 'how'. The lesson will also focus on key phrasal verbs used when talking about dressing in up for the weather (put on vs. take off).
  • Vocabulary:  weather conditions – sunny, hot, rainy, sunglasses, umbrella, sweater, shorts, hat, put on, take off   etc.
  • Sentence Structures:
    • How's the weather today?
    • It's hot and sunny.
    • Put on your sunglasses.

weather clothes

  • Grammar:
    • Phrasal verbs: This lesson makes use of two phrasal verbs - take off vs. put on. A phrasal verb is a verb that is usually accompanied by a preposition and the meaning is best understood in context. In the context of this weather and clothes lesson, the two phrasal verbs are well illustrated and easy to understand.
    • How's vs. How is:  Contractions occur regular in spoken English.