The weather is a standard topic and beyond reviewing the vocabulary (which you can do with this powerpoint I made ) , you can really do it communicatively by getting students to do / practice weather reports!
After going through the vocabulary and asking students “What’s the weather like in…..? or …today? – Give them a map of their own country. Ask them to draw weather symbols on the map and also numbers for high/low temperatures. Model this by doing your own on the board then giving each student a map.
Elicit student language. Here’s an example from the British Council. Ask students – What’s the weather like in …..? What the temperature in….?
Students make their own weather map and then present or answer questions with other students. Finally, get a few students to do a weather TV report and/or show an actual video of a news report.
You will also amaze students with this real time “World Sunlight Map“.What's the weather like in .......? ,
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