By the end of the lesson, students will be better able to use quantifiers in the context of important things in life.
By the end of the lesson, students will be better able to speak using quantifiers in the context of the environment.
Procedure (35-45 minutes)
- Show ss my picture riding a camel in Gizza pyramids plateau. - Ask them (Have you ever had any such experience in your life?) - Get them to discuss their experiences in pairs. - Ask three students (what did you learn about ....)
- Get Ss to listen to an audio to fill the gaps with 'quantifiers' which is the target language. - Make sure that they filled all the gaps. - Whole class feedback (Answer key).
- Get Ss to extract the countable and uncountable nouns from the sentences of the exercise. - Clarify in the board countable and uncountable nouns' quantifiers. - Practice MFP, with drilling the tricky ones, like 'a lot of', 'plenty of'.
- Give Ss the second handout. - Give them instructions to fill in the gaps with the best quantifiers for each sentence. - Ss will work in pairs. - pair check. - Whole class feedback (Answer key)
- Get Ss to write 5 sentences about their hometown using the quantifiers they have just learned. - Support them with some ideas 'scaffolding'. - Get them to stand up and speak in pairs (would you tell me about your home town?) - Monitor Ss while speaking and encourage them to use the target language.