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Practical objectives:
- to activate the use of thematic vocabulary (fruit and vegetables, food and drinks);
- to train and improve pupils’ listening, speaking, reading and writing skills;
- to practice the usage of countable and uncountable nouns
- to expand the pupils' knowledge on the topic
Developing objectives:
- to develop the pupils' ability of using their knowledge on the topic;
- to teach the pupils to work in groups and pairs;
- to develop pupils' imagination and attention;
- to incorporate creative thinking, team work
Educative Objectives:
- to foster the pupils to get interested in learning English
Teaching supplies: a computer, a multi – media blackboard, slides / posters, handout material, textbooks “Solutions elementary 2nd edition”, a CD player

I. Greetings
T: Good morning, pupils! Glad to see you!
T: I see you are in a good mood. Am I right?
T: Let’s begin our lesson.
T: Do you know what our mood depends on?
(It depends on the weather, school mark, season, friends our meals.)
T: Of course, you are right. All of us like tasty food.
Look at the blackboard. There is a sentence here. But all the words in it are written together. Try to divide these words and read this sentence.
People must eat healthy food
This is the motto of our lesson.
II. Introduction.
T: Now you see that the theme (slide 1) of our today’s lesson is “Food”. At the lesson we’ll speak, watch the film, read the text, work in groups, watch the presentation and do the tasks, do the crossword. (slide 2)
1. Warming-up.
T: As for me, I like to eat tasty food. I like chocolate very much and also I like fish, fruit and, of course, vegetables, especially tomatoes. But I don’t like onion. Let`s talk about the food you like and dislike. Use the plan:
1. I like… It`s delicious.
2. I really like…,it`s healthy.
3. I don`t like…
I hate… I don`t think it`s healthy
T: Well, pupils, I see you eat different food. Some of the food is healthy, the other is unhealthy.
2. Wordseach. Now, look on the screen and try to open the word combination. I will help you. (slide 3)
1. It’s long and green. It has a lot of water.
2. It’s long and orange. Rabbits like it.
3. It can be with apples, cherries. We eat it for dessert.
4. It can be black or green. We drink it after or between meal.
5. It is white. The children like to drink it.
6. It looks like an umbrella and grows in the forest.
7. It lives in the rivers, seas.
8. One word for apples, pears, lemons.
9. We usually cry cutting it.
10. We make ketchup out of it.
11. Food made with milk.
1c u c u m B e r
2c a R r o t
3p I e
4T e a
5m I l k
6m u S h r o o m s
7f i s H
8F r u i t s
9O n i o n
10t O m a t o
11D a i r y

T:I think, it would be interesting for you to know what the British people usually eat. Let’s watch a film about British food.
3. Watching a film (slide 4)
While -watching
While watching the film pay attention to the meals, food, time and place. You can make notes.
Evaluation. Post-watching
4. Writing
T: Now do the tasks on your papers (Fill in the table)
I. Fill in the table (slide 5)
Meals Time Food Place

Now, let’s check.
1. What meals do they have?
2. What food do they eat for breakfast (lunch, dinner)?
3. When do they have breakfast (lunch, dinner)?
4. Where do they have breakfast (lunch, dinner)?
5. Vocabulary work.
Well, you see a lot of different products. What would you like to choose for healthy breakfast (lunch, dinner)? (slide 6)
Pupils’ answers.
I would like to choose …….. for breakfast.
6. Grammar practice.
T: There are many different types of nouns in English. Objects, ideas, and places can all be nouns. Every noun is either countable or uncountable. Countable nouns are nouns you can count, and uncountable nouns are nouns you can't count. Countable nouns can take the singular or the plural form of a verb. Uncountable nouns always take the singular form of the verb. Read the rules on the book.
T: Look at the screen. You can see nouns. Put the nouns into the correct grous (slide 7)
Apples, beef, butter, eggs, grapes, ham, meat, milk, ice, tomatoes, tuna, vegetables.
Countable nouns Uncountable nouns

Now let’s check
7. Listening (Tape2.13)
T: Now listen to the dialogue, answer the question. Where are Molly and Archie: at home, in a café or in a shop?
8. Grammar practice
T: We use some and any with uncountable nouns and plural nouns. The general rule is that you use "some" in positive sentences and "any" in negative sentences and questions. Look at the table on your books. Read the rule.
T: Now we do some exercises. (ex. 1, 2 pg.118)
9. Physical break.
10. Speaking
T: Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about the food in the picture.
11. Grammar practice
T: In our lesson we talk about the countable and uncountable nouns, how it use affrimative, negative and interrogative sentenses. But we can learn special questions words How much…. and How many…. We use how much…? with uncountable nouns. We use how many …? With plural countable nouns.
T: Complete the questions with How much or How many.
III. Summing- up
T: What have you learned today?
T: What do you know about countable and uncountable nouns?
IV. Homework
T: You have worked hard at today’s lesson. You were very active. I liked your work, your answers and your marks are…. Home task ex 4 , 7 pg49. The lesson is over. Thank you very much. Goodbye.


Across Down
2) Found in rivers and seas
3) Sweetens food
5) Potatoes, carrots, for example
7) Made from fruit and sugar
9) Eaten for breakfast
11) Source of proteins, red or white 1) You can spread it on bread
2) Often grows on trees
4) Popular in Italy
6) Needed for sandwiches
8) Babies drink a lot of this
10) Eaten a lot in Asia


Дяченко Юлія Олександрівна


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