there is, there are, some and any lesson, countable and uncountable lesson
Elementary, Face to Face, p. 58, 106, 114 level
To provide practice of food, furniture in the context of food, kitchen
To provide practice of there is, there are, some, any, countable and uncountable in the context of food, kitchen
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a discussion in the context of food, kitchen, furniture
Procedure (30-43 minutes)
The teacher will ask the students what they remember from the previous lesson and whether they can make some sentences with the grammatical structure they have learnt in the previous lesson. The students will also ask some questions to each other, too. through this they will have an opportunity to practice the grammar and of course will have a chance to speak.
The teacher will show the students some pictures and elicit the words. Having elicited the names, the teacher makes the students repeat the words individually and in pairs. Then the teacher will ask them to come to the board, gives them some words and asks students stick each word under the related picture.
The teacher will show the book to the students and ask the them to have a look at ex. 8a, and fill the blanks with the correct word. Having read the sentences, the teacher will ask the them to give their own examples and sentences using some and any. Through this the students will see the correct use of some and any in front of them and later copying them can make their own sentences. After getting a general FB the teacher will make them ready for the listening.
Here again the teacher will show the students some pictures and try to elicit their names. having done so, the teacher will ask them to repeat each word chorally and individually. Having learnt the vocabulary ,they will come to the board and stick each word under each picture.
The teacher will give clear instructions, saying that they will listen to the listening and fill in the blanks in ex. 9a according to what they have heard. This will be done individually. Having listened to the CD and finishing the exercise, the teacher will ask the students to read their sentences.
The teacher will give the students 2 different pictures and will divide the class into two groups of A and B. The teacher will ask each group to make sentences about their own picture. They also will ask some questions about it. Then the teacher will ask the students to ask questions to the other group in order to find the differences between the two pictures.