Food and Drinks
By the end of the lesson will have practised countable and uncountable nouns phrases using much, many, some and any in the context of food shopping
Ss will have practised listening for specific information in the context of shopping for food
Procedure (37-45 minutes)
Introduce Piers and mom( show picture) -Where are they? (supermarket)) -What are they doing? (shopping) >> shopping cart -Does the boy look happy? (no) Do you think enjoys shopping with his mom? (no) -What about do you enjoy shopping with your parents? Listening: Listen and tick the things Piers mom bought from the list Play listening Feedback + Answers on OHP -Remember Ghada's lesson yesterday? What did you learn with her? (Countable/Uncountable nouns) Write C(countable), U(uncountable) for each item on the list. You have 20 secs. Go!
- "How much is it all?" What is she asking about?(price/money) Is money countable?(no) >> We use MUCH when talking about uncountable things "How much pounds is it ?" What do you think of this question? What did she ask about?(the number of pounds) , Can we count pounds?(yes) >> We use MANY when talking about countable things. OHP: Pic of oranges and bread: What do you see? MAke a sentence using many/much starting with "There's .............. on the table". There is one word we use for both countable and uncountable nouns instead of many/much. Does anyone know? (SOME) We use some for BOTH countable and uncountable nouns. Is the sentence postive or negative? (positive) >>We use SOME with postive sentenes. Pic of empty table: Ask a question about oranges using some (write on board) Q:Are there some oranges on the table? A: There aren't some oranges on the table. Is this a positive sentence?(no) When do we use some? (positive sentences) Is some correct here? (no) >>> Introduce ANY We use ANY for negative sentences and questions. - Stick two sentences on WB : - Can/Could I have some milk, please? ( Elicit request) - Would you like/ Do you want some biscuits? (Elicit offer) Exception for questions: We use SOME for a request and an offer (Give ss Flashcard to stick on board)
Controlled practice 1 (Much/Many) : Activity 1: Let me check a few words with you first. (Show dinars>>> elicit word coins) (picture of petrol station>> petrol) -Give each group an enveloppe( I haven't got many, I haven't got much, + 12words) - Put the words into the correct groups -Competition in groups. Whichever group finishes first with no mistakes gets a prize. Ready? GO! Controlled practice 2( Some/Any) : Activity 2 (HO1) - Complete with some/ any -Let's do the first one together. - Give ss time to do activity - Peer check - Whole class feedback ( answers on OHP) - Ask about number 3 (positive sentence) ,5 (offer) , 10 (request)
Let's practise some speaking On this table, you will each find a card with your name on it. Inside the card, you will find your favorite thing to eat (hopefully I paid good attention yesterday and got them right) - you also have an empty shopping list ( you have to write down the things you need to buy to cook that meal) - In case you don't how to cook, you can ask our lovely class chef Ines, she once said she cooks very well. - You will have some items on the board to help you. - After completing your shopping list,you will go to the supermarket to buy things. - and because I like you all, I'm going to be the stallholder. - you will ask me questions about the things on your list: demonstrate: (stick questions on the board) For sugar: (elicit questions from ss) - Can I have some sugar, please? Or - Do you have any sugar? Or - I'd like some sugar please Price: - How much is that, please? Feedback: Did you buy everything you need from the supermarket? Can you cook your meal or not? What didn't you find? Delayed correction.