Food and drink

The theme: Food and drink

The aims of the lesson:

  1. a) to enlarge pupil’s vocabulary, to speak about foods and drinks;
  2. b) to develop pupils’ skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking speech, to understand oral speech, to enrich listening;
  3. c) to develop the interest to English language, to teach pupils to respect each other  and the culture of another  nations, bring up them to love English languages. to speak about plants and animals;

The type of the lesson: mixed lesson.

The kind of the lesson: demonstrative lesson.

Visual aids: pictures, cards, an interactive board.


The procedure of the lesson:


  1. Organization moment.

а)  Greeting

T: Good afternoon, pupils!

P: Good afternoon, teacher!

  1. b) Warm-up

— Put these words into three groups. Give a name to each group.


tomato                 coffee                   juice

banana                 apple                    carrot

potato                   tea                       grape

A                            B                           C

______                   ______                   ______

______                   ______                   ______

______                   ______                   ______



  1. c) Talking with the pupil on duty.

— Who is on duty today?

Who is absent today?

What is the date today?

What day is it today?

What is the weather like today?


  1. Checking up the home task.
  • Let’s check your home task.
  • I’ll show you cards with verbs, you should read, translate and say past forms of the verbs.

spend            go        take         have          fly               do              make


III. New theme.

  • Caналатын және саналмайтын зат есімдердің айырмашылығын түсіну өте маңызды.

Countable nouns                       Uncountable nouns

a book                                       milk

an apple                                    music

a pound                                     money

— Three boys, two oranges, five pounds деп айта аламыз, себебі біз оларды санай аламыз.

— Much sugar, a little milk деп айта аламыз, себебі біз оларды санай алмаймыз.

— Саналмайтын зат есімдер жекеше және көпше түрде қолданылуы мүмкін.

This apple is delicious. Those apples are bad.

— Саналмайтын зат есмдер жекеше түрде ғана қолданылады.

The water is hot.    There isn’t much water.

  1. Work with pictures.
  • Look at the pictures and say countable and uncountable nouns.

Countable nouns                               Uncountable nouns

_____________                                   ___________

_____________                                   ___________

_____________                                   ___________


  1. Writing.

— Complete the chart using the words in exercise 1.


FruitVegetablesDrinksOther food



  1. Speaking.
  • Look at the pictures of food and drink. Ask and talk to your partner what you like and don’t like. Use these questions:
  • What do you like? – Do you like…?
  • I like tea, but I don’t like coffee.





VII. Singing a song.       The Food Song.

Do you like apples? – 2t

Yes, I like apples. – 2t

Do you like oranges? – 2t

Yes, I like oranges. – 2t

Do you like candy? – 2t

No, I don’t like candy. – 2t

Do you like chips? – 2t

No, I don’t like chips. – 2t

I like to eat – 4t

Healthy food – Not junk food.


VIII. Listening.

  • What is your favourite food?
  • Two people talk about the types of food they love and what cuisines they prefer.

Barbara, Australia

— What’s my favorite food? Well, these days I really love fruit, especially grapes and I also like avocados. I don’t really go for green apples though. They usually taste too sour. In the past I liked Italian food but these days I’m trying to be more healthy so I cut that out.

  1. What does Barbara eat often?

a)pasta     b)salad      c)fruit

  1. What food does she not enjoy eating?

a)Italian food     b)green apples      c)tomatoes

Simone, Sweden

— What’s my favorite food? I don’t really have any favorite food. I like guoza. It’s the Japanese dumpling. I can never stop eating that. I guess that’s my favorite food.

  1. What Japanese food does she like?

a)gyoza      b)yakisoba         c)okonomiyaki

  1. What does she say about this food?

a)She eats it every day.   b)She can’t get it in Sweden.    c)She can’t stop eating it.


  1. Reading.

     — Read, translate  and guess what fruit is it?

  • OK, this fruit is big. It’s round. It’s pretty heavy. Usually, it’s green on the outside. It’s hard on the outside but very soft on the inside. You need to cut it before you can eat it.
  • OK, this fruit is soft on the outside and soft of the inside and you must peel it or cut it before you eat it. Usually people peel it with their hands before they eat it. It’s round and it comes from a tree and you can use it to make juice.
  • OK, this fruit is small and you can peel it but most people don’t. You can cut it but most people don’t. This fruit you pick and throw in your mouth and eat. It’s very easy, maybe the easiest fruit to eat of all fruits.


  1. Writing.

      — Match the questions with the answers.

  1. How many carrots do you have in your basket?
  2. How much are the tomatoes?
  3. How many pears are there?
  4. How many apples do we have?
  5. How much is chicken?
  6. How many sausages can you see in the fridge?


  1. There are 2 pears.
  2. It’s five dollars.
  3. They are two dollars a kilo.
  4. I have seven carrots.
  5. We can see two sausages.
  6. We have twelve apples.


  1. Conclusion. Countable nouns      Uncountable nouns


rice   sugar                      butter         water                cheese     money

carrots                 eggs                      pears                    milk      rain

grape     snow        tea            bread                  apple juice                biscuits

XII. Giving homework.

— Your home task is ex5, p49. To read and translate the text about Kazakh food.

XIII. Giving marks