16:51Англ. язык 5 кл. Unit 2. Lesson 23. Foodstuffs
Aims and objectives: to introduce and practise new vocabulary; to present and practise the use of countable and uncountable nouns; to develop students' reading and speaking skills; to develop students' skills of giving opinions.
Warm up Foodstuffs
The teacher's greeting. Good morning, students! I'm glad to see you. How are you?
Students revise sound [eo]. The twister is on the blackboard (or in the handouts): □ Sarah and Mary share their pears fairly.
Introducing the topic
Teacher may use the computer presentation or prepare pictures to introduce the topic, or use the pictures from the text-book.
Students listen and repeat the words from the box (ex. 1, p. 52) and talk about food they usually have for breakfast: a I usually have some bread, butter and a cup of tea for breakfast.
Vocabulary practice. Teacher gives students the new vocabulary in such a way: students mark the unknown words and find their definitions in the text-book glossary, read them with translation. In pairs, students practise vocabulary; they tell each other which food they like/don't like to have for breakfast using the phrases from ex. 2, p. 53.
Then students have to match words and pictures. Teacher draws students' attention to the use of article "a" with the words.
T. Can use explain the use of article "a" with the nouns "a sandwich", "a piece of cake", "a pudding"? What other words you can use with article? Do you know why?
Teacher draws students' attention to the table (p. 53) and asks:
1. What nouns can we call countable / uncountable?
2. What special pronouns do we use for countable / uncountable nouns in affirmative form? Negative form? Questions?
Students answer the questions and read the examples.
The teacher makes movements with the students. Teacher uses any rhyme for physical exercises. For example:
Andy Pandy, fine and dandy. Loves plum cake and sugar candy. Bought it from a candy shop And away did hop, hop, hop.
Teacher gives students the text for listening (ex. 3, p. 53). Students listen to the text and read it. After reading, students make the task giving their opinions and agree or disagree with the statements (ex. 4, p. 53).
1. Agree, because they both have something for breakfast.
2. Disagree, because Ann sometimes takes her lunch box.
3. Agree. Ann's mom sometimes gives her a banana.
4. Disagree. Ann doesn't buy sweets.
Students look through the text (ex. 3, p. 53) and find the examples of countable and uncountable nouns. Then they write two lists into their exercise books and on the blackboard for checking.
Ex. 7, p. 54; to write vocabulary words into vocabularies, to learn them.
T. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Do you agree with this statement? Or can you skip breakfast? Students' answers.
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