Visual English 5
Unit 13 What did you do yesterday


Explore the “What Did You Do Yesterday?” unit! πŸ“† This dynamic ESL module helps students master the simple past tense through everyday activities. From breakfast to photos, engage in conversational practice about the previous day. πŸ³πŸ“Έ


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This unit is not only educational but also a lot of fun, providing students with numerous opportunities to practice speaking about their experiences in the past tense. Ready to revisit your yesterday and talk all about it? Let’s dive into the past! 🌟

🍽️ Eat – Ate: Discuss meals and snacks consumed.
πŸ›οΈ Buy – Bought: Talk about shopping experiences.
πŸ“š Do – Did: Describe tasks completed, like homework.
🎀 Sing – Sang: Share singing experiences, maybe in the shower!
πŸƒ Run – Ran: Explore physical activities.
✍️ Write – Wrote: Discuss writing notes or messages.
πŸ“– Read – Read: Talk about books or articles read.
πŸ“ Have – Had: Describe lessons or meals had.
🏊 Swim – Swam: Discuss swimming activities.
⏰ Wake Up – Woke Up: Share what time students woke up.
🚴 Ride – Rode: Talk about riding bikes.
🚢 Stand – Stood: Describe moments of standing, perhaps in line.
πŸ₯€ Drink – Drank: Discuss beverages consumed.
πŸ“Έ Take – Took: Share experiences of taking photos.
πŸš€ Go – Went: Describe trips taken.
πŸ’€ Sleep – Slept: Talk about sleep patterns.

Engaging ESL Conversations:

Role Plays: Practice asking and answering about daily activities using past tense.
Discussion Questions: What did you do last weekend? Did you try anything new yesterday?
Vocabulary Games: “Past Tense Memory” where students find pairs of base and past tense verbs, or “Sentence Scramble” where they arrange words to form correct past tense sentences.
Fun Activities:
Yesterday’s Diary Entry: Write a diary entry about the previous day using as many past tense verbs as possible.
Photo Journal: Bring a photo and describe the activity using past tense.
Verb Transformation Relay: Teams race to transform present tense verbs to past tense accurately.