Unit 6 - Listening - What are some typical foods from around the world?
A1 / A2 level
To practice the pronunciation of reduced form of And
To learn the usage of count and non-count nouns
Speaking practice through discussion and critical thinking in the context of food, tradition
To write new conversation by using their own ideas and imagination.
To practice words / sentences through listening and repeating the conversation
Procedure (61-90 minutes)
This lesson is the continuation of Unit 6 - What are some typical foods from around the world? 1. T will inform the students that they are going to play GUESS WHERE? T will show different photos of typical foods from around the world and Ss will guess which country it is known for. 2. T will divide the class into two groups (10 members each) 3. Each group must try to answer as quickly as possible to earn the point.
1. T will review the vocabulary that the students learned during pre and while listening activities. - cabbage, radishes, region, spicy, cucumbers, recipe, sour and tastes. 2. T will review the details of the listening task by asking some questions.
Ss will group themselves (4 members each) and answer the discussion and critical thinking questions in p. 39
1. T will present the rules of count and non - count nouns (presentation) 2. T will ask Ss to answer activity A in p. 41 (controlled practice) - T will give extra material to the Ss to practice. 3. T will ask to Ss to work in pairs and think of five things they buy in a supermarket and five things they don't buy. They need to use complete sentences. Use some and any when necessary. (production)
1. Ss will listen and notice the sound of and. Then listen again and repeat. (Activity A) 2. Ss will listen and repeat a couple of sentences. (Activity B) 3. T will nominate some Ss to repeat some of the sentences individually.
1. Ss will listen to the conversation. Then listen again and repeat. 2. Ss will work with a partner. Practice a part of the conversation. Replace the underlined words with the words - Look at you! ; I don't believe it! 3. Ss will work with the same partner. Ss will write their own conversation using some of the words and their own ideas - How about that?; of course; That's too bad