The creativity they engender is endless. Tell me all about her. So if you've evoked sight and sound and smell, it's not necessary to bring in touch and taste. Afterwards, students complete two gap fill exercises to practice the language from the lesson. By focusing on three things you'll make sure that your description keeps the reader interested.
You can use the following words and phrases when you play these games in class. The more English you read and listen to, the more you will learn. If you are asked to describe a photo or a picture in the exam, here is some language you can use: What is in the picture? You will be amazed how far you've come and you can take that opportunity to examine what does and doesn't work in your earlier descriptions. Your first draft will not be perfect. To create this article, 14 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. As the song is playing students should do the worksheet activity. New York: Ace Books, 1996.
Chorus: What does she look like? Embrace change Fear change 2. She is wearing brown checked trousers, a wool sweater, a light brown belt and a coat. It also paints Rose as absentminded, and feminine. This rewarding four-page lesson helps to teach students how to describe people's appearance and clothing. Everyone should try and guess which picture you are describing.
Worksheet will open in a new window. When students describe a classmate, they secretly choose someone to describe. You each have a picture. The chosen words evoke this description. They set-up further action instead of stopping it to describe every detail.
Decide how you are using your description. If you want to download you have to send your own contributions. By the way, thank you for your site. This was an amazing descriptive essay! Tell me about your best friend! Even my most reluctant writers have enjoyed writing to these prompts. Now do you know what they look like? Tell me all about him. She is wearing a blue checked miniskirt, a grey patterned T-shirt and black and yellow shoes. In pairs, students then put what they have learnt together by describing pictures of famous people.
The man is wearing a pair of white socks, jeans, a white T-shirt and a dark red shirt. The Tolkien example, frames the first look at Aragorn as being done by Frodo, who is noticing the character's interest in him. In the programme we challenge Lorenzo from Italy to listen to answers and produce the correct question forms. After that, students learn how to use 'have' and 'has' to describe hair colour, hair length and facial features. She won't wear high heels because she hates being noticed, which both her height and her hair made impossible.
M - Theft in the Park M - What is she like? Students write about the person's appearance, personality and character using the adjectives from the first two exercises. Did you find the 11 writers? Who has a hurt leg? I have got straight long black hair. Finally, students take part in a drawing activity where they read descriptions and draw pictures of three thieves. Once you master writing basic descriptions, presented in these steps, just keep practicing. Students read short descriptions and write the names in the correct boxes. The worksheets, song and reader accompanying this lesson plan come in both American and British English versions.
Each student is given a copy of the worksheet. Chorus: What does he look like? The student who guesses correctly can then have a go describing someone. Elicit each as you draw them. The class is divided into large groups and each group sits in a circle. After that, students invent the next piece of information about the person's appearance and complete the second sentence, e. Compliment others Criticize others 14.