unit 4 how is food made?
using ‘going to’ to describe events that will occur quite soon
e.g. kitty and her classmates are going to do project.
using the simple present tense to express thoughts
e.g. i think i’m going to investigate bread.
asking ‘wh-’ questions to find out specific information about a food item.
e.g. which food are you going to investigate in your project?
recognize differences in the use of intonation in questions and statements, and respond appropriately. identify main, ideas of a new topic.
use visual clues, context and knowledge of the world to work out the meaning of an unknown word and a complete expression.
open an interaction by eliciting a response by asking questions or providing information on a topic. maintain an interaction by asking and responding to others’ opinions.
use visual clues, context and knowledge of the world to work out the meaning of an unknown word and a complete expression
recognize recurrent patterns in language structure, such as word structure, word order, sentence structure, organization of text-types.
student’s book 7b page 20
cassette 7b and a cassette player
cue the cassette.
language learning activity
(this section aims at providing students with opportunities to practise the language/vocabulary needed or become familiar with the background for the task that follows.
1. ask students if they know where the food sold at supermarkets is made. some students may give the correct answer: ‘factories’. ask students whether they have ever visited certain food factories and whether they know how food is produced in factories. conduct a survey to find out the types of food factories students have visited. list the types of food factories students have visited. list the type of food on the board.
2. ask any students who have visited food factories to talk about their visited. if most of the students have never visited a food factory, a class trip to a factory could be arranged to give them background knowledge in food production. encourage students to talk about what food production they would like to know more about
3. tell student they are going to do a project on investigating how a certain kind of food is made. explain to students the meaning of the world ‘investigate’. ask individuals the subject of their investigation, like this: which food are you going to investigate in your project? to elicit: i am going to investigate (name of food). /my project is going to be about (name of food).