How much juice ?

How much  juice ?

6 grade

Aims :  1. To enrich the  students’ speech using active vocabulary.

  1. To develop their reading , writing , speaking skills and grammar.
  2. To bring up students to be attentive, to write neatly and correctly

Methods :  group work , individual work , brainstorming

The procedure of the lesson

  1. Organization moment .
  2. Warm – up

Students ask and answer the questions.

Students listen and read exercise 3.


  • Brainstorming

Which word is different ? Why ?

  1. orange apple chicken  banana

Chicken is different because it isn’t a fruit. 

  1. hamburger sandwich  pizza  recipe
  2. brown green  music  red
  3. face eye  desk  leg
  4. milk juice  tea  butter
  5. honey sofa  sugar  rice
  1. Grammar
    1. We use many with count nouns in questions and negatives.

How many eggs are there ?

There aren’t  many eggs.

  1. We use much with uncount nouns in questions and negatives.

How  much coffee is there ?

There isn’t much coffee.

  1. Practice .

much  or  many ?

  1. Complete the questions using much or many.

How _______  people are there in the room ?

How _______  money do you have in your pocket ?

How _______  juice do you drink ?

How _______  petrol is there in the car ?

How _______  apples do you want ?

How _______  milk is there in the fridge ?

  1. Choose an answer for each question in exercise 1.

A kilo.

There are two bottles.

Ten a day.

Just fifty pence.

Twenty. Nine men and eleven women.

It’s  full.


  1. Correct the sentences .

How much  apples do you want ? – How many apples do you want ?

He don’t like an ice – cream. –

We have lot of homework today. –

How many  coffee do you have? –

How many do you weigh ? –

  1. Exercise 7. Students look at Asel’s shopping list , in pairs ask and

answer questions about it.

  1. Make a  shopping list each and  roleplay conversations  .
  2. Ask students to write few sentences about how much food and drink there is in their fridge and read it to the class.

Homework :  exercises from the workbook.

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