Key words: same different
Sentence structure: I like...
Teaching Aids: tape tape recorder markers clothing pictures
Ⅰ. Warming-up and revision
1. Draw and colour
Teacher give orders and students draw pictures.
Orders like: Draw a skirt and colour it blue.
Draw a pair of shoes and colour them black.
Draw a pair of socks and colour them yellow.
Draw a T-shirt and colour it red, etc.
2. Ask and answer
Teacher: What’s your favourite colour?( encourage them to answer in three different ways. After answering, this student can go on asking other students this question)
Ⅱ. New concepts
1. Teacher: (show students these clothing pictures and say) I like a skirt. My favourite cloth is a skirt Divide students into 3 or 4 groups. Each group has 5 or 8 students. Give students 3 or 5 minutes to discuss their favourite clothes. Then, write down the results and find out. Skirts are my favourite clothes.( write down these sentences on the blackboark) What’s your favourite cloth?
2. how many of them like the same clothes and how many of them like the different ones.
Teacher: I have a red skirt. My sister has a red skirt, too. These two skirts are same.
I have a white T-shirt. My sister has a blue one. These two T-shirts are different. Do you know the meaning of same and different?
3. Listen and answer
Play the audio tape of the text. Before listening, show students some questiones. For instance: What’s Jenny’s favourite cloth?
Do Jenny and Danny like the same clothes?
Whets Danny’s favourite cloth?
After listening, encourage students to discuss those questions and find out difficult points in the text. Then, try to solve these questions by them selves.
Ⅲ. Class closing
Home work: Interview at least 3 classmates about their favourite colour and clothes.
Ⅵ. Writing on the blackboard