- (Activities to promote receptive and productive language skills.)
Set the scene by asking children what they can see in the pictures illustrating the dialogue.
(Picture 2 – pointing to Larry) What’s in Larry’s basket?
(Picture 3 – pointing to Lulu) What’s in Lulu’s basket? etc
- Next, mime and say: Listen and look. Play the cassette/CD. Children listen and look at the pictures illustrating the dialogue.
Nanny: Right children! Get a basket. Let’s go shopping!
Lulu: Ooh! I like shopping!
Nanny: What’s in your basket, Larry?
Larry: Milk and apples. I like milk and apples! Yummy!
Nanny: What’s in your basket, Lulu?
Lulu: I like biscuits and orange juice! Yummy!
Larry: Oh, look, Nanny! Chuckles has got a basket too!
Nanny: Oh! Lots of bananas!
Lulu: Yes! Chuckles likes bananas!
- Explain the listening task. Point to the second picture and ask (looking puzzled): What’s missing? What is it? Let’s listen. Play the cassette/CD. Children listen and draw. Allow children some time to complete the task. Check children’s answers. (apples and milk)
- Play the dialogue again with pauses for children to listen and repeat. Check children’s pronunciation and intonation. Extension: Hold up your book to the class. Say the dialogue and point to the pictures in turn. Repeat, this time inviting children to complete your sentences. e.g. Teacher: Right, children! Get a … Children: basket. etc Ending the lesson (An activity to revise the words from Unit 13a.)
- Ask children to choose two items of food from their picture cards. Each child, in turn, holds up their cards and tells you what they like.
Child: (holding up banana and biscuit picture cards)
I like bananas and biscuits.
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