To provide clarification and practice of some and any.
To provide accuracy and fluency speaking practice in a role-play in the context of clothes and shopping
Procedure (32-43 minutes)
Use Bob to let students ask and answer questions to practice the functional language they have learnt in the previous class.
Write the exemple sentences in the book on the WB. Try to elicit the rule: Find out the form first (positive, negative, question). Try to make them guess when we use some and any in question forms.
Write a paragraph with some gaps on the WB and stick colour cards on which "some" and "any" are written. Ask the students to come to the board and fill in the gaps. When they finish, check the answers together.
Ask students to fill in the blanks in exercise 1 to complete the rules. When they finish, check together.
Ask students to add "some" and "any" to the conversation in exercise 2. When they finish, let one pair to read it aloud. Play the recording for the feedback later and drill.
Ask students to sit face to face. Give each group a student A and a student B paper. Tell student A to ask questions to student be like "Are there any pants in the wardrobe?" and student B to answer like "Yes, there are two pairs of pants in the wardrobe." Student A is to write down what he-she hears. When they finish, ask one pair to perform it aloud for feedback.
Let students see the shops. Give the instructions. Three of them will be stallholders and the others will be customers. Ask them to change roles after some time. Monitor and take down notes on mistakes. When the activity is completed, write the sentences on the board and elicit the correct forms.