food you like
To provide clarification of like and would you like in the context of food and drink through speaking practice
To provide listening practice using a conversation about do you like and would you like in the context of food and drink
Procedure (45-55 minutes)
T shows the Ss food cards, and says I like mangoes. I like potatoes. I like coke .T asks ss what food they like and don't like. ss work in pairs to talk about their favorite fruit vegetable drink
-ss work individually to match the food and drink with the pictures. ss compare in pairs. WCFB -ss listen to Daisy and Tom talk about what they like and don't like. -ss writ T or D in front of the things Daisy and Tom say. -ss read and listen to the conversation between Tom and Daisy's mom *ss practice dialogue
T clarifies the difference between do you like and would you like through a guided discovery * T elicits answers from ss . T asks ss Which one means Do you want / I want would you like means do you want / i'd like means I want . *T asks questions to ss : ( guided discovery questions ) When do we use some? in question When do we use any? in questions and in negatives Do we use some with countable and uncountable nouns? with plural and uncountable nouns
ex1 ss choose between would/ do you like to make questions based on responses. ex2 ss listen and choose the correct answers. semi-controlled (productive task) Imagine you are standing in your kitchen planning to make lunch for your partner. Find out about their general likes and dislikes, then ask about what they want to eat for lunch today. Ask about general categories of food first, then decide exactly what you will prepare, e.g. a ham and egg sandwich on brown bread with mustard and mayonnaise.
T monitors and takes note of Ss errors when using the TL and correct them.