grammar practice book 7b page 15
workbook page 13
asking ‘wh-’ questions to find out specific information about a place.
e.g. where do you get the fish from?
asking ‘wh-’ questions to find out specific information about something.
e.g. what do you do to the fish before you freeze it?
asking ‘wh-’ questions to find out specific information about a reason.
e.g. why do you freeze the fish?
asking ‘how’ questions to find out specific information about a method.
e.g. how do you get the frozen fish to the shops?
recognize differences in the use of intonation in questions and statements, and respond appropriately. listen for specific information
open an interaction by eliciting a response by asking questions or providing information on a topic
recognize format and language features in non-narrative texts.
develop written texts by using appropriate format, conventions and language feature features when writing non-narrative texts.
student’s book 7b page 22
cassette 7b and a cassette player
workbook 7b page 15
photocopiable pages 16 and 17
cue the cassette. make a copy of photocopiable page 16 and 17 for each student.
1. review with students the use of interrogatives by asking students questions about their food projects, like this: what is your project about? why did you choose to investigate (name of food/drink)? where are you going to visit? who do you need to interview? how are you going to visit the person? write students’ answers to the questions on the board.