Theme: . Food and drink.
Aims of the lesson
1. Educational: Presentation new grammar materials. Countable and uncountable nouns. To introduce the new words and expressions the theme.
Developing: To develop students abilities in oral speech and reading. To train in speaking, reading to enrich students vocabulary.
Bringing-up: To bring up love and interest in the subject.
Methods of the lesson: pair, individual, group work
Type of the lesson: game
Connection: Kazakh, Russia
Visual aids: grammar materials, pictures, phonetic drill
Procedure of the lesson
Greetings. Dialogue with the students on duty.
Breakfast in the morning,
Dinner in the day.
Tea comes after dinner,
Then, it’s time to play.
Introduction new lesson:
Unit III Shopping. Step 1 Food and drink.
Ex:1 p48 A B C
Vegetables: tomato carrot potato
Fruits : banana apple grape
Drinks: coffee juice tea
Grammar: Countable and uncountable nouns.
There is no- s on sugar because we can`t count it. It`s an uncountable noun.
There is an-s on apples, because we can count it. It`s a countable noun.
Ex: 2 p 48 Study these with your teacher
Ex: 3 p 48
Complete the chart using the words in exercise 2.
Consolidate new lesson.
traditional adj.-[trәdiSnәl] -дәстүрлі
invite v.- [invait]-шақыру
product n.[prodлkt]- өнім
useful adj.-[ju:zful]- пайдалы
health n.-[helӨ] -денсаулық
Ex: 5 p 49 Read the text.
Kazakh Traditional Food
In Kazakhstan people eat a lot of meat. Their traditional food is the Kazakh meat. Kazakh people are very hospitable. When they invite guests they also cook pilaf, kazy, kuyrdak. They have some traditional milk products. They are Kurt, irimshik. Their traditional drinks are kymyz, shubat. These drinks are very useful for our health.
Ex: 6 p 49 Talk to your partner.
Journalist is from London.
1. A hard, round green or red fruit that is white inside and grows on trees. (An apple)
2. White liquid of cows, goats or sheep. Mother feed the baby with it. (milk)
3. Clear liquid that falls as rain and is used for drinking, washing, cooking. (water)
VII. Giving marks Your mark is…
VIII. Giving homework Step 1(A) ex: 7 p 49