By the end of the lesson, students will have practised countable and uncountable nouns in the context of food they like.
To revise the vocabulary of food and drink and to practise listening for gist and specific information.
Procedure (34-45 minutes)
Ask the students if they've had lunch and what they ate. Tell them about my favourite fruit/vegetable/ drink and ask them about theirs. Show them some real fruit, vegetable and drink and ellicit the answers from the students.
Students have to look at the picture and match the food and drink with the photos. Ask which list has plural nouns. Ask Students to check their answers in pairs, then, stand up and check the answer keys on the walls.
Ask the students if they can count the apples. Show them the pack of apple juice and ask them what is inside the pack. Then, ask them if we can count the juice. if they say no, ask them, how we can count it. Write the 4 sentences on board. Ellicit when we write "is" and "are". Ellicit the rules and drill the sentences.
Students will listen to the recording and tick the food and drink Daisy likes and the food and drink Piers doesn't like. Students have to check their answers in pairs, then, stand up and check the answer keys on the walls. Students need to listen again to the recording and write D or P to complete who said those sentences. Have students check their answers in pairs, then, stand up and check up the answers on the walls.
Have the students talk about the list of food and drink by discussing in pairs what they like, what they quite like and what they don't like. Demonstrate one example. Have 2, 3 or 4 pairs (depending on time) talk about their partners' preferences.