Put children in pairs to play the memory game (Optional activity)from Lesson 26. They can write nouns in their notebook, show their friend, then close their notebook and see what their friend remembers.
Check the homework from the previous lesson.
PB page 104, Vocabulary
Say Open your book at page 104 and writes the number on the board.
Hold up his/her book and points to the pictures one at a time, saying the words each time.
Play the CD. T. stops after each word and asks the children to repeat.
Use extra repetition to practice the pronunciation of cherry/ʧeri/, chocolate /ʧɒklət/ and shelf /∫elf/.
There are some apples.
Ask the children to look at the story. Ask in L1 What can you see? What do you think is in the large box?
Ask the children to look at the song and find all the words from the vocabulary strip.
Play the CD.
Use L1 to elicit or explain the meaning of Secret store (a place nobody knows, where a supply of something is kept for later) and treats (something special that gives a lot of pleasure).
Do the example with the class; ask the children to read the first line of the song, then read the example sentence.
Ask the children to read the instructions and do the exercise. Remind them to refer to the story for help.
Check their answers.
PB: page 105, Learn with Tag
Ask the children to look at the picture and read the example sentences. T. holds up his/her book, points to the picture and asks Are there any (plural fruit) in the bowl? T. elicits Yes, there are./No, there aren’t.
Write on the board There are some apples. There aren’t any bananas. Are there any cherries? Explain that any is used in sentences with There aren’t and in questions.
Ask the children to find examples of the language in the song.
PB page 105, 2. Write some and any.
Do the example with the class; put some pencils on his/her desk. Ask : are there any pencils on my desk? Elicit: yes, there are. Remove the pencils and says There aren’t any pencils on my desk. Ask the children to read the example sentence.
Ask the children to read the instructions and do the exercise. Encourage them to refer to the Learn with tag box for help.
Check children’s answer.
Look than sing
Ask the children : stand up listen ? sing ,look listen and repeat movement.
PB page 105, 3. Write.
Ask the children to look at the picture. Ask are there any apples/sweets in the bowl/ t. elicits yes, there are. And No, there aren’t. Then ask them to read the example sentence.
Ask the children to read the instructions and do the exercise.
PB page 105, 4. Ask and answer.
Tell the children to look at the photos and read the list of words.
Demonstrate the activity with open pairs.
Tell the children to work in pairs and take turns to ask and answer questions using the nouns in the list.
Can extend the activity with other nouns.
Point to different children and says either some and any. The child says a sentence about the classroom, using that word. For example, can say any and the child says There aren’t any tigers in the classroom! Demonstrate to him/herself the first time.
Ask the children to complete pp. 88-89 in their Activity Book.