The Theme of the Lesson: Food and drinks

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The Theme of the Lesson: Food and drinks

Objectives of the Lesson:

Educational: to explain the use of pronouns of some, many, much with countable and uncountable nouns;

Developing: to repeat and fasten the studied material, work at development of dialogic speech,

study new lexical values, structures;

Bringing up: to inoculate interest in studying of English language..

Method of lesson : heuristic,partly- searching, conversation

Form of the lesson : lesson-dialogue

Type of lesson : Presentation and Consolidation  of studied materials

Equipment: pictures, crosswords, chart, slides, e-book, cards

The Procedure of the Lesson:

  1. Organization moment.

-Good morning.
-Sit down.
-How are you?
-Who is on duty?
-I am on duty.
-Who is absent? …….is absent.

What’s the date today?

-Friday, the  4th of October

What did you have for breakfast?

  1. Brainstorming. Today we begin to study new Unit on the topic «Food and drinks «

First we repeat and fasten the studied material from the last year.

  • Vocabulary-2

We work at the pronunciation of new words and learn by heart their meanings.

  • Listen to the speaker and repeat new words.

 

 

chicken , eggs, juice, cake, mineral water, milk, chocolate,

fish, soup, butter, cheese,

sausage, meat

 

 

  • Listen to the speaker and repeat new words

 

 

 

pear, banana,pineapple,plum, peach,watermelon, cucumber, grapes,   lemon  ,

orange,tangerine, carrot, tomato, beetroot, mushrooms, potato, potato, onion, cabbage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III. Practice. Doing activities (e-book)

Activity 1. Help Winnie and Piggy.

They don’t know fruit and vegetables. It is an apple. These are… (potatoes)

(Оқушылар  жеміс пен көкөністерді ажыратып салып береді)

 

vegetables  

cabbage, carrots, cucumbers,  beetroot,  onion,  tomatoes , potatoes , watermelon

 

fruit

lemon,  fruit, grapes, plum, apple, lemon, pears, pineapple, bananas, oranges, peach



  1. Listening. Аудирование.

Practice the dialogues in persons. (The teacher distributes dialogues, children prepare in pairs, and then act them).

S1 : S2

  1. Presentation. Using Countable and Uncountable Nouns

T: In English Grammar , words that refer to people, places or things are called nouns. They can be classified in many ways. Countable nouns have a singular and a plural form. Most countable nouns become plural by adding an ‘s’ at the end of the word.

On the board. For example:  I have two friends. I have a friend.

I want milk. I want a glass of milk. I bought some oranges. I bought three oranges.

I bought some rice.

 

Slide 7  Grammar tips-1

 

Grammar tips-2     Мany, much, a lot of

 

            Countable                                                             Uncountable

many sweets                                                                      much cheese

many carrots                                                                      much chocolate

many glasses of milk.                                                         much milk

a lot of  milk.    a lot of cups of tea.

Slide-8

Activity-1.              Help Michael to fill the fridge. You can put ONLY uncountable things there.

 

Activity-2               Make up sentences.e-book (Writing on the blackboard)

 

How many

How much

eggs

bread

apples

cup of tea

salad

sweets

jam

glasses of juice

mushrooms

do

does

you

he

she

 

eat

drink

at breakfast

at dinner

at lunch

every day

    

     Pupil 1: How many apples do you eat every day?

     Pupil2: How much glasses of juice does your friend drink at dinner?…

 

Activity-3.          from e-book.    Put much and many into the blanks. (doing exercises orally)

  1. Michael has got many friends.
  2. How many lessons have you got every Monday?
  3. Don’t put much sugar into coffee.
  4. I can’t eat so much chocolate!

 

 

 

 

 

 

VII. Work in Groups . I hand out to pupils a sheet of a paper with Food and Drinks.

 

a) Use a, an  or some  and write C for countable or U for uncountable .

 

some money U

——- pounds ——

___ cup of tea _____

___ bar of chocolate ___

___ice-cream ______

____ rice_______

___glass of water ___

____coffee ____

____ cake _____

____ eggs _____

____ orange_____

___bunch of grapes ___

___coins _____

____ apple _____

____salt _____

 

 

b) Look at the words and select  them into the right category

 

Water, bread, sugar, tea, milk, oranges, cheese, coffee, eggs, a loaf of bread, a cup of tea, peach, butter, grapes, lemons, pineapples,  a bar of xchocolate.
Countable

____________________

____________________

___________________

____________________

___________________

___________________

Uncountable

________________________

________________________

________________________

_________________________

_______________________

________________________

Then they correct their answers.

Correct answers.

B) Countable Uncountable
lemons

oranges

eggs

grapes

peach

a bar of chocolate

a loaf of bread

a cup of tea

water

bread

sugar

tea

milk

chicken

cheese

butter

honey

 

VIII. Individual work with the week pupils.

 

                                      Card №1

 

I like an   ,   but I don’t like a   .

 

 

                                         Card №2

I like  , but I don’t like   .

 

                                   Card №3

I like drinking  , but I don’t like drinking .

 

 

 

VII. Conclusion. What have you learnt at the Lesson?

P: We can use much, some with uncountable nouns and  many, some with countable nouns.

We  know the names of food and drinks. We can make up sentences. When we use  countable and uncountable nouns , we’ll pay attention to articles and adjectives.

 

Activity-3. (from Vocabulary)  Guessing crosswords. Find 10 words and write them

down. Pictures can help you.

 

a t o w k h p j
 b e x y e g k t
d a g a t o n m
p p l a t e i v
e o a c l z f a
c t s u e f e s
k t s p o o n r
s a u c e r z a
m w n a p k i n

 

 

kettle

 

       

 

 

 

 

    VIII.    Evaluation of pupils.

     Home task :  To revise all vocabulary and make up dialogues.