I'm Charlie!

Say hello, ask about the student's name and age (click forward) If the student doesn't understand, choose another lesson (Trial complete beginner 5-6 y.o.)


your name?

How old

are you?

Ask "How are you?". Present emotions (click forward), engage the student to mime: "happy", "sad", "hungry", "tired".

Ask "Do you like (click forward) pets? (click forward)". Repeat: "Pets".

Engage the student to listen and repeat after the video. After watching, ask the student the count the pets in the room and check the knowledge of numbers.

Ask the student to circle the pets that you name. Check if he/she can read. Engage him/her to make sentences like "It's a grey cat" to check the knowledge of colours and it is.

Ask the student to say "A dog/cat/etc. can..." If this is too hard, engage the student to mime the actions run/jump/fly/swim for a warm-up.






Say "Look! Charlie has got a cat!". Click forward and engage the student to make up his own sentences with has got. Then ask: "Have you got a pet?". See if the student can use have got/haven't got.

Ask: "Where is...?" to check the knowledge of on/in/under/next to. If this is too hard for the student, make up the sentences yourself and let the student answer "yes" or "no".

Ask: "What are the pets doing?" to test Present Continuous. Ask: "Do you like cats/dogs/etc." to test Present Simple. Engage advanced students to describe the picture.

Use this task for advanced students. The student reads the sentences about the previous picture and mark them with "+" or "-".

1  The cat has got a yellow ball.

2  The hamster is under the tree.

3  The dog is eating.

4  The parrot is flying.

5  There are 5 flowers.

6  The fish is swimming in the lake.

Revise all the lesson material quickly: ask the student to choose a pet and describe it. Give an example about the hamster: "This is a hamster. I like hamsters. It is small and orange. It can walk. It it standing now".