Grammar, countable and uncountable nouns
Speaking on the topic of quantities of food.
Procedure (44 minutes)
Teacher has a jar of olives and asks the ss to guess how many olives are in the jar. Ss discuss with their partner and write the number down. Feedback: Pairs of ss say their number out loud and teacher writes it on the board.
Teacher engages the ss with pictures into how you buy food on the market and that you cannot buy 5 black pepper vs you can buy 5 red peppers. Ss do matching exercise and match the foods with the correct names. Teacher asks ss to discuss with their partner which of these we can count. Feedback: We try and count some of the words and discover which are not countable
introduction of "I like..." Teacher models the next exercise "Are/is" as it is projected on the board. Students fill in HO Are/Is for foods. Paircheck and feedback: everyone writes one answer on the WB Introduction of "Would like" and "some" Presentation on WB Teacher projects next [a(n)/some] exercise on WB, model it and do it together with the class SS do the next exercise alone. Feedback: teacher nominates student to say: I would like.....strawberry. We do the bus game where all the ss are on 2 rows in the middle of the room, teacher reads out a word and ss have to choose to go to the left or to the right as to what they believe it should be, a(n) or some. Teacher models next exercise, drills pronounciation, highlights form on WB, then ss do the exercise in pairs: Choose between I like and I'd like Wc feedback. Teacher nominates student to ask someone the first question, etc..
Teacher gives students cards to group them. Ss are divided into buyers and sellers. The buyers will be on the inside of the u-shape, the sellers will sit on a chair on the outside. The buyers will have a shopping list and the sellers have cards with pictures of objects that they have for sale. Buyers will have to go to the sellers and ask: Hello, Hello, what would you like? I'd like some apples. Then the seller says, I don't have apples. OR Would you like a bag? Yes, thanks OR No thanks. Here you go. Thank you Bye After a few minutes, buyers and sellers take turns and repeat. WC feedback: error correction.
Ss are asked to talk with their new partners about their own shopping basket and what is usually in it. Using the vocabulary they learned in the lesson.