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TP 4- 09.08.2017-13.30
A1 level


In this lesson students will learn to talk about their likes and dislikes in the context of food.


Abc character picture
Abc flash cards

Main Aims

  • The students will be able to talk about their likes and dislike in the context of food.

Subsidiary Aims

  • The students will improve their literacy in L2
  • The students will get better at recognizing the written form of the words.
  • The students will revise some food words and extent their vocabulary knowledge.


Lead in (2-3 minutes) • To set the context and raise interest

T introduces a new character Ss determine his name & age T says that 'He has a problem.' and elicits the problem from the Ss Ss agree that the boy is hungry and need food.

Language presentation (3-5 minutes) • to provide new language

T shows one small part of food and asks Ss to guess T continuous with two more pictures using the same technique. T tells Ss that X needs more food and directs them to the pictures but doesn't let them to say the words. T groups the students Ss stand up, go to their corner and sort out the words by matching the pairs Ss stick their answer on the board & check their answers

controlled practice (8-10 minutes) • To learn new words both in their written and spoken forms

T checks if they know the words & provides practice for the unknown ones most T does choral drill using different techniques. T puts Ss in groups and gives the instruction for domino game T monitors and provides support they need

Language input (3-5 minutes) • To provide model for their following speaking activity

T directs students' attention to X again and elicits the foods he likes and he doesn't like T asks students if they like the food -T shows one picture and asks'Do you like.....?' - Students who like stand up and say 'Yes, I do.' - Students who don't like stay seated and say 'No, I don't.'

Semi-controlled practice (8-10 minutes) • to practice and personalize the language

T hands out the mingle cards Ss write the question and T checks T gives the instruction for mingle activity using modeling technique Ss walk around the class, ask their question and write down the names in relevant column

Feedback session (8-10 minutes) • To extend the activity

T demonstrates one example by showing her mingle card and colors the graph on the board T asks one students to find and colour her graph. Ss stand up and do the same. Ss tell the result to the class

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