Food TP#: 3b
To provide clarification and practice of countable and uncountable in the context of food
To provide gist listening practice and speaking practice using a text about food
Procedure (44-54 minutes)
T will start eliciting the 16 vocab of page 28 Ex1 by using visuals and pictures. T will drill with Ss these Vocab. Then T will set a challenge and divide the class into two groups, DEMO one different word from each group, gives each group flashcards, two different colours, each group have got half of the vocab written on and ask them to stick the words on the right places on WB, S by S, where T presents the different kind of food picture of page 28 by the projector. T will show they shouldn't push each other. First group finishes with correct answers will get some chocolates, 2nd group only shares a bar of chocolate maybe. T will ask Ss to do Ex1 and then T will play the record and drill.
T will play the CD and ask students to do Ex 5a, DEMO first using the projector, then T will play the record again for gist listening and ask Ss to do Ex 5b, DEMO first by the projector, play the record again if necessary. T asks Ss for pair checking.
T will use WB and write one egg two eggs and show when there are more than one we add 's' at the end of the word, then T will use water visually and spills it on his hand and shows that he can't say one water or two waters and writes on the WB two waters is wrong, water can't be one two or three ,but eggs can be. T will ask Ss to do Ex3 quickly to introduces the words LOVE, LIKE, DRINK A LOT OF, EAT A LOT OF. Uses the WB to draw a heart and fully shades it and writes 1000% for the word LOVE, not fully shaded with 95% for the word LIKE, T will act out to elicit the phrase I eat a lot of AND I drink a lot of and CCQ to elicit examples and drills all the new words( love, like, drink a lot of, eat a lot of)
T provides a hand-out( teacher made) to make Ss practise, T nominates with a students first and then ICQs and makes sure that SS will be mingling around and asking different pairs.