Talking about free time activities may help students find mutual interests and inspire them to look for ways to practise these activities in the nearby society.
Six scenes, then some of them again slowly and once again with subtitles. Some vocabulary and focus on form, too.
8 fun things to do Listen or read. Click on Print for a handout
Hobbies and Recreationhttp://www.esl-lab.com/vocab/v-hobbies.htm
Having a hobby is a great way to relax and enjoy your free time, Listen to 20 hobby words
Hobbies with “I like … in my free time”
An interactive book to work with on IWB or 1:1 (2:1)
Free Time Mimehttp://www.teach-this.com/images/resources/free-time-mime.pdf
Cut the handout into cards and give one to a student to mime. The others guess the hobby
Dialogue about hobbies
Outside of school and work, many people enjoy spending their free time on their hobbies or other recreation activities. Listening Comprehension task
A Card Game Listen/Read/Learn the dialogue about learning to play a game
It’s fun to skate, Jim has a hobby, Go to a leisure centre Click on Print to get to the handout. Listen, read and study the texts
Piano Player A reading/listening text about the piano
What do You Enjoy Doing? Download the handout and let students ask each other
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