CAN WE COUNT “INFORMATION”?



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UNIT 1. WE NEED INFORMATION

LESSON 12

CAN WE COUNT “INFORMATION”?

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання слів much, many, lots of, a lot of зі зчислюваними й незчислюваними іменниками; удосконалювати навички усного мовлення з опорою на лексико-граматичні структури, аудіювання й письма; розвивати мовну здогадку; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.

PROCEDURE

1. Warm-up

Revise countable and uncountable nouns.

Say nouns and ask pupils to write them down into two columns: ap­ple, air, information, newspaper, advice, furniture, chair, website, key, money, country, homework, music, family.

Countable

Uncountable

Apple

Air

Check

orally.

Do Ex. 1, p. 24.

2. Grammar practice

Explain the rule in the box on p. 24.

Do Ex. 2, p. 24.

3. Listening

Pupils listen to the texts and answer the questions.

Kevin likes chocolate sweets. in fact, he eats them all the time. His parents often tell him that he eats too many sweets. But Kevin doesn’t think so. He thinks they are delicious.

1) What does Kevin like?

2) How do you know?

3) What do his parents often tell him?

4) Does Kevin think so?

Sandy likes coffee. In fact, she drinks it all the time. Her doctor of­ten tells her that she drinks too much coffee. But Sandy doesn’t think so. She thinks it’s delicious.

1) What does Sandy like?

2) How do you know?

3) What does her doctor often tell her?

4) Does Sandy think so?

Adam doesn’t like carrots. In fact, he never eats them. His parents often tell him that they are useful and he should eat

them as many as he needs. But Adam doesn’t care. He thinks they taste terrible.

1) Does Adam like carrots?

2) How do you know?

3) What do his parents often tell him?

4) Does Adam care?

Beth doesn’t like cheese. In fact, she never eats it. Her mother often tells her that it is useful and she should eat it as much as she needs. But Beth doesn’t care. She thinks it tastes terrible.

1) Does Beth like cheese?

2) How do you know?

3) What does her mother often tell her?

4) Does Beth care?

4. Writing

Do Ex. 3, p. 25.

Key:

1) How many dollars have you got?

2) Is there much help of him?

3) How many photos have you got?

4) How much time do you need?

5) How many useful tips are there in the article?

6) Do they store much interesting information on the subject?

7) How many grammar reference books are there in that book shop?

8) How much money has he got?

9) How many dictionaries are there in the classroom?

5. Practise parts of speech

Do Ex. 4, p. 25.

Pupils read information in the box and give their own examples. Then they fill in the following table.

Verbs

Nouns

Adjectives

Adverbs

Prepositions

Articles

6. Reading

Read the Helpful Tips with the class.

Ask pupils to answer the True / False statements.

1) You should understand all the words.

2) At first you should understand the main idea.

3) You can understand new words only with the help of dictionary.

4) You should write down all the words in your vocabulary.

5) You should learn new words regularly.

7. Summary

Read the following words and ask pupils to choose the odd part of speech out and say what part of speech it is.

Example: magazine, write, column, book – The odd word is “write’. It is a verb.

1) wonderful, interesting, helpful, wonder (noun)

2) between, the (article), to, at

3) search, advice (noun), advise, use

4) shelf, library, useful (adjective), history

5) really (adverb), clever, ancient, large

6) shortly, quickly, much, new (adjective)

7) button, screen, press (verb), mouse

8. Homework

Make up 10 sentences with countable and uncountable nouns (con­nected with computers and information)


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