16:52Англ. язык 5 кл. Unit 3. Lesson 24. Meal
Aims and objectives: to practise vocabulary; to practise the use of countable/uncountable nouns; to present "much/many/lots of/a lot of"; to develop students' speaking and listening skills; to develop cross-cultural competence.
The teacher's greeting. Good morning, students! I'm glad to see you. How are you?
Students revise homophones. Teacher gives the definitions of the homophones if it is necessary. The pairs of the words are on the blackboard (or in the handouts): a piece /peace flower/flour a root/route о bread/bred What of these words are connected with the topic?
Checking on homework
Students (selectively) present their works.
Students chain around the class "I like ... best"/"! prefer..."/ "I don't like..." like this:
51. For my breakfast I like cereal best.
52. For my breakfast I like cereal and crisps best.
53. For my breakfast I like cereal, crisps and toast best etc. Continue the game until a student makes a mistake. Then teacher
starts another chain.
Introducing the topic
Teacher gives students the pictures (ex. 1, p. 54) and asks about Jane's usual breakfast, lunch and dinner. Teacher explains the use of these words in England paying students' attention to clocks at the pictures. Then students answer the questions.
Teacher draws students' attention to the table (p. 55). Students read the table with the examples and answer teacher's questions.
1. What nouns do we use "many/lots of/a lot of" with?
2. What nouns do we use "much/lots of/a lot of" with?
3. What words do we use in positive sentences? Negative sentences?
Teacher proposes students the dialogue for listening and reading (ex. 2, p. 55). Students have a task to listen to the dialogue, to complete it with the questions and find one extra question that they don't need. Then students read this text for checking.
Answers: 1 C; 2 E; 3 A; 4 B; D is the extra question.
Students look through the dialogue one more time. Their task is to say who usually does something (ex. 3, p. 55)
Answers: 1 Nobody; 2 Alex; 3 Alex; 4 Jane; 5 Jane; 6 Alex.
The teacher makes movements with the students. Teacher uses any rhyme for physical exercises. For example:
Two little feet go tap, tap, tap.
Two little hands go clap, clap, clap.
Two little feet go jump, jump, jump.
Two little hands go thump, thump, thump.
Students read ex. 4, p. 56 and complete the sentences with "much / many / lots of / a lot of".
Answers: 1 a lot of/many; 2 much; 3 many; 4 lots of; 5 a lot of; 6 much.
Work in pairs. Students look at the pictures and complete dialogues (ex. 5, p. 56). Students work in pairs and in turn act the dialogues to the class.
Ex. 6, p. 56; to learn and act dialogue 1 (ex. 5, p. 56)
T. Answer questions:
1. When do we use "some/any"?
2. What kinds of nouns do we use in positive/negative sentences? questions?
3. What nouns do we use "many/lots of/a lot of" with?
4. What nouns do we use "much/lots of/a lot of" with? Students' answers.
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