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Which subjectEnglish as second
What topicHobbies
What length (min)30
What age groupYear or Grade 5
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Academic Subject

English as a Second Language (ESL)

Grade Level

Year or Grade 5 (age of students is 9-10).



Lesson Length

30 Minutes


Materials Needed


Warm-Up (5 minutes)

Begin the lesson by asking students about their favorite hobbies. Write their responses on the whiteboard. This will give the students an opportunity to think about hobbies they may already be familiar with.

Vocabulary (10 minutes)

Introduce new hobby-related vocabulary to the students. Use pictures or flashcards to illustrate each new word. Make sure to include common hobbies, such as sports, art, and music. As you go through each word, ask students to repeat after you and to say a sentence using the word.

Discussion (10 minutes)

Divide the students into pairs or small groups. Instruct them to ask each other about their hobbies in English. Encourage them to use the new vocabulary they just learned. Walk around the classroom, monitoring their conversations and offering assistance as needed.

Presentation (5 minutes)

Bring the class together and ask several students to share their favorite hobbies with the rest of the class. Write these hobbies on chart paper so that all students can see them. As each student shares, encourage the rest of the class to ask questions about the hobby being presented.

Reflection (5 minutes)

Ask students to reflect on what they learned about hobbies during the lesson. What new words did they learn? What hobbies did they talk about with their peers? Did they learn anything new about their classmates' interests?


Wrap up the lesson by reminding students that everyone has different hobbies, and that it can be fun to share and learn from each other. Distribute handouts with the hobby-related vocabulary that was covered in the lesson, so that students can review it at home.