Theme: I’d like a hamburger
Objectives: Students’ will be able to use the new vocabulary in their speech and practice the pronunciation. Students ask and answer questions
Materials needed: CD 2, handouts, Interactive board
Conversation with the student on duty
- Warm-up. The song “The Sun wakes up”
III. Checking up the home task: Ex. 14. Writing four food and one drink words. What are they?
Ex.1. Answering the questions
Where do oranges come from?
Where do apples come from?
Where do bananas come from?
Where do raisins come from?
Listening, reading and speaking
1) Vocabulary work
The United States Europe
Arizona South America
2) Listening to the text “ The USA”
In the United States oranges usually come from California and Florida. Apples come from Washington. Bananas come from America.
Cheese comes from California and sometimes from Europe. Lamb usually comes from Colorado and Montana. Coffee comes from Colombia.
True or false?
- a) Cheese comes from Europe. T F
- b) Lamb comes from Colorado and Montana. — —
- c) Coffee comes from Kazakhstan. — —
- d) In the USA oranges come from Arizona. — —
- e) Bananas come from South America. — —
-Where do … come from?
-They come from … .
-Where does … come from?
-It comes from … .
Jane: Colin, what do you want to eat for lunch?
Colin: I’d like a hamburger.
Jane: And for drink?
Colin: Orange juice, please. Thanks.
Speaking. . Pair work
-What do you want to eat for lunch?
-I’d like a … .
-What do you want to drink?
-I’d like some … .
a chair sugar
a car water
a sofa butter
an apple rain
a cup bread
Carol drinks coffee, juice and coke, she doesn’t drink tea, mineral water and milk.
Pair – work
Wrap up: Ex.14 and 15.