Visual English 3
Unit 1
School Objects


πŸ“šπŸŽ’ Engage your students with playful learning about classroom language and school supplies. From borrowing a pencil to identifying a notebook, boost their English skills in a fun way. πŸ“πŸ““


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This unit not only teaches vocabulary related to school supplies but also provides practical language skills for everyday school interactions. Ready to gear up with your school bag and learn English? Let’s make learning fun and educational! 🌟🏫

Classroom Items Introduced:
✏️ Pencil: Learn to ask for or lend a pencil.
πŸ““ Notebook: Discuss what a notebook is used for.
πŸ“š Book: Share favorite books and how they are used in class.
βœ‚οΈ Scissors: Talk about safety and uses of scissors.
πŸ–οΈ Crayons: Explore colors and artistic projects with crayons.
πŸ“ Ruler: Measure objects and learn about different units of measurement.
πŸŽ’ School Bag: Discuss what to pack in a school bag.
πŸ–ŠοΈ Pen: Differentiate between using a pen and a pencil.
Basic School Phrases:
πŸ™‹ “Excuse me, may I borrow your…?”
πŸ€— “Here you are.”
πŸ™ “Thank you.”
😊 “You are welcome.”
Ownership and Sharing:
🀝 Discussing how to politely borrow and return items.
πŸ‘₯ Role-play exercises to practice asking for and lending items.
πŸ†š “Whose is it?” activities to understand possession and sharing.

Engaging ESL Conversations:
Role Plays: Students practice asking for school supplies and responding to requests in a classroom setting.
Discussion Questions: What items do you always carry in your school bag? How do you take care of your school supplies?
Vocabulary Games: “What’s Missing?” where students identify missing classroom items, or “School Supply Scramble” to unscramble words related to school supplies.
Fun Activities:
School Supply Swap: A classroom activity where students ‘trade’ items and describe them in English.
Create a Classroom Inventory: List items found in their classroom, using English descriptions and stating their uses.
Design Your Ideal Pencil Case: Students draw and label items they would like in their pencil case, explaining their choices in English.