The third period
Language topic: Does he like salad? Yes, he does.
Does she like salad? No, she doesn’t.
Language strategies: Talk about likes and dislikes.
Main vocabulary: egg, apple, carrot, chicken, fruit, vegetable, breakfast, lunch, dinner
V. Teaching steps:
Greetings. Greet as many students in the classroom as possible.
(Ask a boy)Do you like bananas? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.
(Ask another student) Does he like bananas? Yes, he does. / No, he doesn’t.
(Ask a girl)Do you like eggs? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.
(Ask another student) Does she like bananas? Yes, she does. / No, she doesn’t.
依次类推 chicken, apple, carrot, fruit, vegetable.
Do you like eggs for breakfast? Breakfast is the first meal of a day. Do you like vegetables for lunch? And do you like chicken for dinner? (转到第三人称) Does he or she like carrots for lunch? Yes, he does./No, he
Ask the students to remember the new words
1a Write the number in the box next to the correct food. (P34)
1. broccoli2.salad 3.eggs 4.apple 5.ice cream 6. hamburger7. banana 8. orange 9.carrots 10.chicken
2a Listen and circle the words from 1a that you hear. (P34)
1b How many other words can you add to the lists? (P34)
Add five new words to your Vocabulary. Ask the students to remember them.
Write down what your family like to eat.
My father: eggs, apples…
My mother: chicken, oranges, carrots…
My sister: hamburgers, ice cream…
Ask another student to guess: What does my father like? Does he like vegetables? No, he doesn’t.
What does my sister like? Does she like ice cream? Yes, she does.
Let’s see what we’ve learned today.
1. Remember the words.
2. Practice the dialogue in pairs.
3. Finish the workbook.