Grammar / how much / how many / a lot / not much
By the end of the lesson the students will have practiced asking and answering questions with How much / how many
the students will be exposed to the TL through reading (an introduction and interview).
Procedure (37-49 minutes)
The T is going to ask the ss the following questions: How much money do you have in your pocket? How many students in the class?
The ss will be asked to read an introduction along with a questionnaire. Then the teacher will ask them a couple of questions; ( what do people usually take with them everywhere these days? Why do we need to drink a lot of water according to the magazines? The ss answer the questions and then they will be asked to work in pairs to interview each other using the questionnaire they have read.
The T asks the ss about the question they used in their reading and elicits from them; what was the question in the interview? can we use the question How many waters? why? why not?
The T elicits the meaning of the TL from the students along with the form and writes sentences on the WB along with stress and the pronunciation of the words, expressions and the full sentences. The T keeps drilling with the ss individually and the whole class.
To check the concept the T is going to give the ss two grammar exercises to do them in a pair form then check with their neighboring pair after that the T asks them some questions about the exercises to make sure they understood the TL. Finally the T gives the ss the key answer to compare their answers.
in the productive stage the ss are going to express themselves to each other using the target language in a form of conversation.