heck the answers with the class.
1. Let’s work on 3a. Here are some sentences. Please underline the correct words in the brackets.
2. Ss read the sentences and underline the correct words. They can discuss with their partners.
3. Check the answers and let some Ss say the grammar rules.
1. Look at the sentences in 3b. Number the sentences [1-4] to make a conversation.
2. Check the answers and let Ss practice the conversation.
1. T: Our likes and dislikes of food are different. Some Ss like these food and other Ss like other food. Let’s make a survey of our likes and dislikes about food.
First, look at the chart below and write down the names of the food.
Second, ask your classmates about the food in the chart. e.g.
You: Do you like ice-cream, Liu Li?
Liu Li: Yes, I do.
You: What about rice?
Liu Li: No, I don’t.
You: Do you like ice-cream, Zhao Jun?
Zhao Jun: No, I don’t.
Zhao Jun: What about rice?
Zhao Jun: Yes. I like rice.
2. Fill in the chart with the names of your classmates.
3. Report the result of your survey likes this:
Liu Li likes ice-cream, but she doesn’t like rice. Zhao Jun doesn’t like ice-cream but he likes rice. …
1. Review the Grammar Focus.
2. Write the report of your survey result on your workbook.
Section B 1a-2c
Ⅰ. Warming- up and revision
1. Greet the Ss. Then check the homework. (Let some Ss report their survey result)
2. Review the words on food. And list them into countable nouns, uncountable nouns, countable and uncountable nouns.
Countable nouns: hamburgers, eggs, oranges, bananas, apples, pear, carrots, vegetables, strawberries
Uncountable nouns: milk, bread, rice
Uncountable and countable nouns: food, fruit, ice-cream, salad, chicken
3. Ss read and try to remember the new words.
4. Review the plural forms of countable nouns.
1. T: How many meals do you have every day?
T: What are they? (The students can answer them in Chinese.)
Ss: They are “早餐、中餐和晚餐”.
T: Oh, yes. In English “早餐”we can say “breakfast”.
(Show a picture of the breakfast)
Read after me, “breakfast”.
Ss: B-R-E-A-K-F-A-S-T, breakfast.
T: Do you have your breakfast every day?
S1: No, sometimes I get up late. I have no time to eat.
T: I think it’s not good for your health.
(Teach the other two words lunch, dinner in the same way.)
2. Ss read and try to remember the new words.
1. T: Look at 1a, read the words in the box, then write the number in the box next to the correct food.
(The students finish off 1a.)
T: Look at 1b. How many other food words can you add to the chart?
Try to write them down in the chart.
(Play the recording the first time. Students listen to the conversation and write in the answers on their charts. Play the recording the second time and then the students can check their answers to be sure they are correct.)
Ⅴ. Pair work
1. T: Does Tom like tomatoes?
Ss: Yes, he does.
T: Ask and answer about the chart in pairs.
2. Let some Ss act out their conversation.
1. T: There is much food around us. Some food is healthy, but others are not so healthy.
I think fruit like apples, bananas, strawberries, oranges are very healthy. I think hamburgers are not so healthy. Maybe, chicken, eggs are healthy, too.
Which food do you think is healthy? Check (√) Yes, Maybe or No.
2. First, Ss make a list of food on their workbook. Then discuss with their partners. Check (√) Yes, Maybe or No behind the food on the workbook.
S1: I think fruit is healthy.
S2: I also think fruit is healthy.
S1: I think …
3. Make a report, then read the report to their partner.
1. T: We have breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. Let’s see what do you usually eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner?
T: What do you like for breakfast, S1?
S1: I like milk and bread.
T: What do you like for lunch?
S1: I like chicken and vegetables.
T: What do you like for dinner?
S1: I like rice and vegetables.
T: Great! You have healthy eating habits
(Write “eating habits” and “— What do you like for breakfast/lunch/dinner? — I like…” on the blackboard. )
2. OK. Now ask your partners questions to see if they have healthy habits.
3. T: Many boys and girls like ice-cream. Do you like it?
Ss: Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.
T: Do you eat ice-cream, S1?
S1: Yes, I do.
T: Do you eat ice-cream, S2?
S2: No, I don’t.
1. T: Well, let’s see some sports star’s eating habits. Cindy Smith is a volleyball star. What does she like for breakfast, lunch and dinner? Does she eat ice-cream? Now let’s read the magazine article about Cindy Smith. First, read the article and circle the food words.
(Ss read the article and circle the food words quickly.)
2. Read the article carefully again and answer the questions:
① Does Cindy like bananas?
② Does Cindy like salad?
③ Does Cindy like hamburgers for dinner?
④ What does Cindy like for dinner?
⑤ Does Cindy eat ice-cream after dinner?
⑥ Are Cindy’s eating habits healthy?
(Ss read the article and answer the questions. Then check the answers.)
3. We know Cindy has healthy eating habits. What food does she like? What food doesn’t she like? Read the article and write five sentences about Cindy’s eating habits. e.g.
Cindy likes fruit for breakfast.
(注意运用句型：Cindy likes … for … 或Cindy doesn’t like/eat … for …)
4. Let some Ss read their sentences to the class.