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SImple Present
What do you do in the evening?

General Instructions for all of our ESL Grammar-based Lesson Plans
1. Before starting the lesson:
Use the flashcards to elicit and teach the new vocabulary. After the students are familiar with
the new words, use the flashcards to elicit the grammar structure.
When your students are familiar with the grammar structure and the new words, hand out page
one. Re-elicit the vocabulary and write it on the board. The students should then write each
word below the corresponding image on their page.
After the students have written each word below each image, re-elicit the questions and answers
for the images at the bottom of the page. Then write them on the board, and have your students
copy them on their page.
Students can use this page in the future to study and review the structure.
2. Pair Work:
Every lesson plan contains a pair work exercise. There is usually a Sheet A and a Sheet B, (one
for each partner.) Put your students in groups and have them ask each other questions about the
missing information.
3. Follow-up:
After the students have finished their pair work, there is a follow-up activity for the students to
do on their own. Students will answer questions based on the information they received in the

pair work exercise. (Make sure they are not doing the follow-up activity and pair work activity
at the same time. These are meant to be done separately.)
4. Listening:
For our listening tasks, it is up to the teacher to decide what the answers should be. The teacher
then makes statements as the students listen and mark the correct answers on their page.

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SImple Present
What do you do in the evening?

Today’s Vocabulary §
Write the verbs below each picture.

Write the meaning of these phrases in your own language.
after school

in the evenings

on the weekends

before bed

Today’s Target Structure !
Using today’s target structure, write one question and one
answer for each image below.
(I)__________________________________________________________________

before bed

____________________________________________________________________
(he)________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________

after school

(she) _______________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________


on the weekend

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SImple Present
What do you do in the evening?

Work in Pairs ^

Partner A

Find out what each of these people do at different times in the day. In the last
box write your partner’s name and ask your partner the same questions.
after school

Jon

before dinner

in the evenings

?

on the
weekend

before bed
?



Sara

?

?

?



Amy

?

Partner ?

?

?



?

?

?



Now Work Alone Ä
Using the information you’ve gathered from the pair work above, answer these
questions about your own schedule.
1) What do you do after school?
_____________________________________________________________
2) What ________ you _____ before dinner?
_____________________________________________________________
3) What ______ _______ ________ in the evening?
_____________________________________________________________
4) _______ _______ ______ _______ before bed?
_____________________________________________________________
5) Do you relax on the weekend?
_____________________________________________________________
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SImple Present
What do you do in the evening?

Work in Pairs ^

Partner B

Find out what each of these people do at different times in the day. In the last
box write your partner’s name and ask your partner the same questions.
after school

Jon

before dinner in the evenings

?

on the
weekend

before bed

?

?



Sara

?

?



Amy

?

Partner

?

?

?



?

?

?

?



Now Work Alone Ä
Using the information you’ve gathered from the pair work above, answer these
questions about your own schedule.
1) What do you do after school?
_____________________________________________________________
2) What ________ you _____ before dinner?
_____________________________________________________________
3) What ______ _______ ________ in the evening?
_____________________________________________________________
4) _______ _______ ______ _______ before bed?
_____________________________________________________________
5) Do you relax on the weekend?
_____________________________________________________________
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SImple Present
What do you do in the evening?

Listening ^
Listen to what your teacher does. Draw a line from the verbs to the correct
times.
in the evening

before bed

listen to
music

watch TV

go to the
park

after school

before dinner

study

do homework

on the weekend

read

take a bath

Group Work _
Try this survey with your classmates. Walk around the class and find out what
people do after school, on the weekend, and in the evening.

Classmates



After school

In the evening

On the weekend

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SImple Present
What do you do in the evening?

Review and Fun J
A. Draw a line from the picture to the correct verb.

watch TV

write emails

ad

ab
at
h

re

ta
ke

relax

study
B. How do you say these words using I/he/she/you/they/we?
relax
I

play video games

listen to music

watch TV

relax

you
she
he

listens to music
plays video games

they
we

watch TV

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SImple Present
What do you do in the evening?

Teacher’s Notes
1. Aim:
For students to learn or review the simple present, while talking about daily routines.
2. New Vocabulary:
listen to music

watch TV

go to the park

play video games

study

do homework

talk on the phone

read

relax

hang out with
friends
take a bath

(Extra language: After school / in the evenings / on the weekends / before bed)
3. Target Structures:
What do you do before bed? I read before bed.
What does he do after school? He studies after school.
What does she do on the weekend? She listens to music on the weekend.
Tips on introducing or reviewing the structure and vocabulary:
Use the flashcards to elicit and check your students’ understanding of the vocabulary and target
structures.

After you’ve gone over the vocabulary and target structures, hand out the worksheets. Write all
the new words and phrases on the board and have your students copy them down on page one.
(They should write the new words below each image, and the new phrases in the notes section
at the bottom.)
4. Pair Work (Give one student Sheet A, and the other Sheet B):
Put the students in pairs and have them ask each other about the missing information in the
schedules. Tell them to either write the answers in the boxes, or draw the picture. As a follow-up
you could have students stand up and make full sentences about the characters in the exercise.

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SImple Present
What do you do in the evening?

Teacher’s Notes...cont’d.
4. Pair Work:
Put the students in pairs and have them ask each other about what Jon and Sara can and cannot
do.
5. Follow-up (“Now work alone”):
When they are finished the pair work, have your students try the follow-up activity to review
their writing skills for this structure.
6. Listening:
For this task you’ll need to make five statements about your own schedule. Students should
listen and draw a line from the image to the correct time. (There will be two extra images left
over.)
7. Group Work (Class Survey):
Have your students walk around the class asking their classmates about their schedules.
Example: What do you do after school? etc... As a follow-up have your students write full
sentences about their findings.
7. Review and Fun:
A. Students should draw a line from the word to the correct image. (There will be two words
left over.)
B. Students should complete the chart.
I relax
You relax
She relaxes
He relaxes
They relax
We relax
Etc...

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EASY GRAMMAR LESSONS
Our lesson plans are designed to help you teach or reinforce a variety of grammar structures. They give students an
opportunity to practice their English by performing different tasks in pairs and small groups. Our lessons are aimed
primarily at lower level students and can be used with children or adults.
Each lesson consists of six activities.
1. A Written Record
This page is designed to help students organize their notes. It will enable them to keep track of all the new vocabulary
and grammar structures they will be using. After you have taught the new material, have your students write the new
words below each image. The new structures can be written in the note space provided.
2. Pair Work
Each lesson includes a pair work activity which gives students an opportunity to practice their English. All of the pair
work activities are controlled tasks; most are information gaps. Students ask questions and provide information to their
partner in order to finish the task.
3. Follow Up
Each pair work activity is followed by a written task to reinforce the new structure. The follow up task includes a series
of questions about the pair work and fill-in-the-blank drills.
4. Listening
A listening task is included in every lesson. The teacher provides information to the students. The students circle the
correct answers or fill in the blanks.
5. Group Activity
Each lesson concludes with a group activity designed to give students a chance to practice the new structure in a less
controlled situation. Group tasks may consist of class surveys,
games, or dialogues.
6. Review and Fun
Each lesson plan has one page to use for classroom review or as a homework activity. These review sheets consist of
puzzles, games, word searches, scrambles, and other fun activities.
Teachers Notes
Every document contains a teacher’s page at the end of the lesson. Some lesson plans come with instructions on how to
introduce and teach the target structure.
Flashcards
Every lesson plan comes with a complete set of flashcards.

If you have questions or suggestions regarding our lessons, write to us at info@esl-library.com.

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What’s your favourite?
Name:____________________

A WRITTEN RECORD
Write the subjects below each illustration. Add more subjects to the blank
boxes. Circle the subjects you like the most.

Write one question and one answer for each of the images below.
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________ Me
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________

Brent

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Sara


What’s your favourite?
Name:____________________

PAIR WORK
Try this survey below. When you are finished, ask your partner the same
questions.
Your name:

Your friend's name:

What’s your favourite…
movie?
book?
CD?
song?
subject?
food?
animal?

Follow Up

Answer the questions below.

1) What's your favourite subject?
______________________________________________
2) What's your favourite sport?
______________________________________________
3) What's your partner’s favourite CD?
______________________________________________
4) What's your partner’s favourite movie?
______________________________________________
5) ________ your _________ book?
______________________________________________
6) ________ your __________ food?
______________________________________________
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What’s your favourite?
Name:____________________

LISTENING
What are their favourite subjects? Listen and check the correct box.
History

Science

Music

Art

Math

English

Anna
Tom
Sara
Mary

Now answer the questions below.
What's Anna's favourite subject?
_________________________________________________
What's Tom's favourite subject?
_________________________________________________
What's Sara's favourite subject?
_________________________________________________
What's Mary's favourite subject?
___________________________________________

GROUP WORK
Make your own survey. Choose one topic from below or use your own original
topic, then ask as many students as possible.

sport

movie

song

CD Subject food book
What's your favourite____________________?
Name Í

Name Í

Name Í

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What’s your favourite?
Name:____________________

REVIEW AND FUN
Word search
Can you find 9 words from today's lesson? After you've found them, rewrite them on the side.
m
z
p
p
u
y
h
d
s

f
a
e
r
i
d
i
h
c

g
r
t
d
b
c
s
g
i

u
t
c
h
i
i
t
p
e

h
i
b
s
l
b
o
p
n

h
z
u
g
l
u
r
o
c

o
m
n
p
t
u
y
y
e

g
e
o
g
r
a
p
h
y

k
s
u
b
j
e
c
t
v

____________

_____________

____________

_____________

____________

_____________

____________

_____________

____________

Unscramble these subjects, and then draw a line to the correct picture.

1. usimc __________
2. oegphrayg

__________

3. E.P. __________
4. rat __________
5. enicesc

__________

6. istohry

__________

7. gliehsn

__________

8. hatm

__________

9. putmocers

__________

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What’s your favourite?
Name:____________________

Teacher’s Notes
Aim: For students to learn the phrase “What’s your fovourite…?”
New Vocabulary:
art
math
computers

English
music

geography
science

history
P.E.

Target Structure:
ß
ß
ß

What’s your favourite subject? My favourite subject is music.
What’s her favourite subject? Her favourite subject is science.
What’s his favourite subject? His favourite subject is computers.

Use the flashcards to elicit and check your students’ understanding of the vocabulary and
target structures.
If you would like tips on introducing or reviewing language, see our “Introducing the
target structure” in the Lesson section at esl-images.com.
After you’ve gone over the vocabulary and target structures, hand out the worksheets.
Write all the new words and phrases on the board and have your students copy them down on
page one. (They should write the new words below each image, and the new phrases in the
notes section at the bottom.)

Pair Work
Before the students start the pair work survey, have them try the survey on their own.
When they’ve completed it on their own, they should ask their partner the same questions.

Follow Up
When they are finished the pair work, have your students try the follow up activity to review
their writing skills for this structure.

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