Fruits and vegetables
To provide clarification and practice of countable and uncountable nouns in the context of food shopping
To provide accuracy and fluency speaking practice in the context of favourite fruits and vegetables
Procedure (38-48 minutes)
T asks Ss: Do you like fruits/ vegetables? Which one do you like most? Where do you shop for fruits/ vegetables?
T showes pictures on WB and asks Ss: Do you know names of these fruits and vegetables? Can you match the name and the picture? Ss to WB T asks Ss: Which food can you count?- these are countable nouns. Which food you can't count?- these are uncountable nouns.
Task 1: Ss match pictures with correct sentences: How many bananas do you want? etc. T checks answers with WC
Task 2 T asks students to make three rules on WB: You can use many, a/ an and numbers with countable nouns. You can use much with uncountable nouns. You can use some and a lot of with countable and uncountable nouns.
Task 3 Ss circle the correct words. Pair checking, and audio checking. Focus on pronunciation of: How many tomatoes C How much milk U some rice U an apple C a lot of bread U some bananas C some letuce U six tomatoes C
Ss writes five examples of: What food do you buy every week? What do you eat a lot of? Example: I usually buy a chicken every week and a lot of vegetables. I eat an apple and an orange every day. I eat a lot of seafood aswell- I buy them fresh two or three times in a week. What about you? PW- Ss practise speaking in pairs.