Food And Drinks
For students to understand and use the following lexical items related to food and drinks (E.g Grapes, tomatoes, a sandwich, salad etc)
To provide practice in fluency and accuracy of the vocabulary in context of food and drinks
Procedure (34-49 minutes)
- Set in context by asking the students what they had for breakfast. Gather some answers. - Ask students to discuss in pairs about the content of a traditional Turkish breakfast. Conduct a FB.
- Chest the copy and draw the ss attention to the pictures on top. present the content of the page on the screen for clear view. - Ask the students to work individually on exercise 1. Give clear instruction about how it should be done. Allow them 3 min of work, then ask them to compare their answers before asking for FB. ICQs: Are you going to work in pairs? No Do you have 3 min to work? Yes
- For each word, check the ss pronunciation. - If the students pronounce the word correctly, ask the ss to repeat it to the rest of the class, then ask for a whole class choral response. Drill if needed. - Ask the students to give plural form of certain words and then explain the difference between countable and uncountable nouns. CCQ: in bottle of water case, do we count bottles or water? bottles.
- Draw the table in exercise 2 on board, then draw the student's attention to the picture of tomatoes and ask, is there one tomato or several tomatoes? do the same with the olive oil bottle. - After they give you the answer, write the tomatoes on the countable side, olive oil on the uncountable side. - Allow them 4 min to work individually, then ask them to compare their questions before asking for FB. - Play the audio and allow them time to check their answers. - Drill the pronunciations of the words.
- Ask the students to work in pairs on exercise number 3. - Give ss 3 min and ask for FB, then ask them to write their answers on the board. - Praise the correct answers and correct the errors. - Wrap the class with delayed error corrections if necessary.