Julia Brown (Dilworth College) has shared the PPT presentation below she uses in class to introduce and practise vocabulary on clothes with her students. Julia also introduces adjective agreements. A great start to present content or a revision activity, up to you!
Angelika Niall (Massey High) recommends a nice little interactive website called ►'Habille Caillou". Students have to dress "le caillou" according to the weather behind him outside. The little guy is very vocal whether you dress him appropriately or not! A neat practice for clothes and quite entertaining. (Shockwave Player required, download from site)
►TeacherTube Video: an entertaining “Friends’ style” skit on Shopping for Clothes! Easy to follow with basic vocabulary and really funny acting. Use it as an introduction to new words or to round up the lesson!
►Languages Online : Clothes, Definite and Indefinite articles, online and printable resources.
Florence Lyons (Matamata College) and Frédéric Dichtel (Aquinas College) have co-designed this comprehensive PPT presentation on clothes: vocabulary, gender, adjectives and their agreements are introduced through reading, listening and writing activities. All in one gem!
In the following PPT presentation, Julia Brown (Dilworth School) introduces vocabulary for clothes, in categories (for males, females, footwear etc), as well as some basic phrases in use while shopping for clothes.