Visual English 2
Unit 3


πŸ‘— πŸ‘• “What Are You Wearing?” unit for young ESL learners explores clothing types, enhancing vocabulary and understanding of everyday attire through engaging activities.


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This unit is designed to make learning about clothes interactive and fun, encouraging students to use English in practical situations while understanding cultural diversity in clothing styles. Get ready to dress up and dive deep into the world of fashion and description! 🌟

Types of clothes:
πŸ‘• Shirts and T-shirts: Understand the difference and learn to describe each.
πŸ‘– Jeans and Trousers: Identify these staple wardrobe items and their uses.
πŸ‘— Dresses and Skirts: Distinguish between these similar but distinct garments.
πŸ§₯ Jackets: Talk about when and why we wear jackets.
🩳 Shorts: Discuss appropriate weather and activities for wearing shorts.
πŸ‘š Learning Clothing Names: Explore essential clothing items like shirts, pants, dresses, and more.
🌈 Colours and Descriptions: Enhance vocabulary with colours and descriptors (e.g., a red dress, blue jeans).
Expressive Language Use:
πŸ’¬ Asking and Answering Questions: Practice using “Are you wearing…?” to ask about and describe clothing.
πŸ‘« Describing Others’ Clothing: Learn to describe what someone else is wearing, fostering observational skills.
Interactive Learning Activities:
πŸ–οΈ Colour Matching: Match clothing items with their correct colours and names in a fun worksheet activity.
🧩 Mix and Match Game: Combine different clothing items to create appropriate outfits for various weather conditions or events.
Practical Application:
πŸ§₯ Dress Up Sessions: Use classroom clothes or paper dolls to practice dressing up for different scenarios.
πŸ“Έ Fashion Show: Host a small classroom ‘fashion show’ where students can display outfits and describe them in English.
Crafts and Creations:
βœ‚οΈ Design Your Outfit: Students draw and colour their ideal outfit, using the vocabulary they’ve learned.
🏷️ Label the Clothes: Engage in a labelling activity where students practice spelling and associating words with clothing pieces.
πŸ” “What are you wearing today?”: Encourage personal expression and daily interaction.
πŸ‘« “What is your friend wearing?”: Promote observational skills and peer learning.