Англійська мова - Поурочні розробки для вчителя на друге півріччя у 1 класі НУШ - О. Карпюк 2018

Lesson 1
Unit 7. My Food

OBJECTIVES:

·    to introduce new vocabulary

·    to introduce and practise new structures and exclamatory sentences

VOCABULARY:

juice, pudding, pizza, hot dog, hungry

STRUCTURE:

Yummy!; Let's have a pizza!; Pizza, please. And some juice; Smelling great!; I'm hungry.

MATERIALS:

PB, PB Audio, AB, flashcards # 89-92, MP, pencils of different colours, apron, chef's hat, oven gloves, some peanuts, large paper dice, paper pizza, juice

OUTCOMES:

By the end of the lesson Ps will be able to point and name food in English. They will be able to use new phrases in short sentences. Ps will be able to make small dialogues about the food they prefer to eat.

WARM-UP

·    Get your Ps to sit in a circle. In the middle of the circle there is: a plate with some peanuts, apron, chef's hat and oven gloves. You will also need a large dice.

·    Each P in the group has a turn at rolling the dice. Every time someone in the group rolls a six, they must run into the middle, put on apron, chef's hat and oven gloves and try to eat peanuts until someone else in the group rolls a six.

·    They must then stop and take off all the clothes. The P who rolled the six then comes into the circle, puts on the clothes and attempts to eat as much of peanuts as they can until someone else rolls a six and they switch again. Continue until peanuts have been eaten.

PRESENTATION

·    Ask Ps what they like to eat. Let them use their native language.

·    Tell them that in this unit they will learn about food.

MP Unit 7 Songs and Rhymes 1

PB p. 80, t.1

·    Play MP (Unit-7-Songs_and_Rhymes-1) and get Ps to watch the screen and listen.

or

·    Play PB Audio (track Unit-7-Les_1-1) and hold up your PB and point to each character according to the speaker.

Script

Pizza, pizza, pizza, pizza

Smelling great, smelling great,

Yummy, yummy pizza

Yummy, yummy pizza

Smelling great, smelling great.

Hot dogs, hot dogs, hot dogs, hot dogs

Smelling great, smelling great,

Yummy, yummy hot dogs

Yummy, yummy hot dogs

Smelling great, smelling great.

Pudding, pudding, pudding, pudding

Smelling great, smelling great,

Yummy, yummy, pudding

Yummy, yummy, pudding

Smelling great, smelling great.

I'm so hungry!

·    Take flashcards # 89-92 and start showing them one by one. Name each flashcard and get Ps to repeat after you.

·    Do it twice.

·    Play PB Audio (track Unit-7-Les_1-1). During the audio show the flashcards one by one according to the speaker and make some movements up, for example, as if you want to eat the food that is in the flashcard when the speaker says, ‘Yummy, yummy.’ or smell the food when the speaker says, ‘Smelling great.’ etc..

PRACTICE

PB p. 81, t.2, 3

·    Get Ps to open their PBs on page 80-81.

·    Draw their attention to the picture. Ask them to point to the food you name.

·    Say one by one each word and get Ps to point.

·    Tell them that they are going to listen to Ben's and Liz's conversation.

·    Play PB Audio (track Unit-7-Les_1-3).

Script

Liz: Let's have pizza.

Ben: Pizza? Mmm. Smelling great!

Liz: And some juice?

Ben: Pizza, please. I'm hungry!

·    Play the audio again making pauses for Ps to repeat. Do it twice.

PB p. 81, t.4

·    Tell Ps that they are going to be actors and play roles.

·    Put a paper pizza on a desk and ask a pair of volunteers to come to the desk and act out the dialogue.

·    Play the audio and let Ps to act out the dialogue using paper pizza and juice.

·    Ask other pair of volunteers and so forth.

ENDING

AB p. 60, t.1

·    Get Ps to open their ABs on page 60. Ask them to take their pencils and crayons.

·    Tell them to complete and colour the food.

·    Encourage several Ps to say, ‘Let's have pizza/juice/ hot dog/pudding.’