General English, Speaking Lessons
A2 Elementary
Conditionals, First Conditional
Grammar, Speaking, Vocabulary
Lesson ID
Lesson Time
45 minutes
Money | ESL Lesson Plan on the First Conditional

Lesson Description

What a bang for your buck! In this lesson, students are invited to explore the topic of money while learning and practicing the first conditional. The lesson, suitable for adults and teenagers, is packed with engaging discussion activities and worksheets. It starts with practicing new vocabulary related to money and progresses to discussing thought-provoking questions like whether money is the key to happiness or the easiest ways to waste money. The lesson thoroughly reviews the first conditional, providing clear examples and activities for students to apply this grammar structure in various real-life scenarios.

Lesson Objectives

  • To discuss the topic of money

  • To learn and review the first conditional

  • To develop speaking skills

  • To learn and use new vocabulary relating to the topic

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

loan [noun]: money that you borrow, especially from a bank
pension [noun]: the money that you get from the government after you retire
donate [verb]: to give money, things, food, etc. to someone in need without wanting anything in return
pay raise [noun]: an increase in the amount of money you earn for doing your job
salary [noun]: money paid to someone for the work a person does, especially regularly
bonus [noun]: an extra amount of money given to a worker as a reward for good results at work
generous [adjective]: willing to give help or support
stingy [adjective]: not wanting to give or spend money; not generous
allowance [noun]: a small amount of money for small expenses, especially the money given to children by parents
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