[PDF/PPT] Handy Situations: At the Gym

This lesson plan combines English Language Arts, ESL, ELL, fitness, sports, gym, gym equipment, booking a class, personal trainers, grammar: allowed to and let, polite questions, Functional Language, Role-Plays, speaking, projects, and research in one lesson. It's great for fitness-themed classes, especially for teenagers and adults.

5/8/2023

At the GYM ESL Situational English Role Play Dialogues Vocabulary and Speaking
At the GYM ESL Situational English Role Play Dialogues Vocabulary and Speaking

This lesson plan combines English Language Arts, ESL, ELL, fitness, sports, gym, gym equipment, booking a class, personal trainers, grammar: allowed to and let, polite questions, Functional Language, Role-Plays, speaking, projects, and research in one lesson.

It's great for fitness-themed classes, especially for teenagers and adults.

What is it?

  • a no-prep lesson plan for teenagers and adults

  • speaking

  • vocabulary

  • grammar

  • functional language

  • real-life content

  • ESL levels: A2/B1

  • PDF and PowerPoint

What's included?

  • a fully designed lesson for at least 90 minutes that requires no preparation - 4 pages full of various activities

  • a fully animated PowerPoint presentation (same content - some elements are not editable!)

  • in both A4 and US letter formats

  • the key is included

Activities:

  • Warm-up

    • discuss the pictures; types of sport

  • Brainstorm

    • sport disciplines

  • Agree and Disagree

    • choose the correct option and share your opinion

  • Pros and Cons

    • of going to the gym

  • Vocabulary

    • gym equipment

  • Decide

    • gym phrases

    • Functional Language

    • dialogues x3

  • Grammar

    • allowed to/let

  • Role-play

    • 2 situations

  • Project

    • research unique gyms

Aims:

  • to improve communication by discussing various topics related to fitness, sports, gym, gym equipment, booking a class, personal trainers, and more!!

  • to improve thematic vocabulary skills

  • to practise allowed to and let

  • to practise giving suggestions

  • to practise polite questions

  • to practise real-life situations