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Lesson Plan: Food, Likes and Dislikes Structures

Grade: Primary 3 Subject: English Language

Introduction: - Begin the lesson by asking the students about their favorite foods and why they like them. - Explain that today, they will be learning about food vocabulary, expressing likes and dislikes, and using appropriate sentence structures. - Show a short video clip or display pictures of different types of food to engage the students’ interest.

Lesson Outline:

  1. Vocabulary Building: a. Introduce and teach new food vocabulary words, such as fruits, vegetables, snacks, etc. b. Use flashcards or real objects to help students visualize and remember the words. c. Practice pronunciation and spelling of the new vocabulary words.

  2. Likes and Dislikes Structures: a. Teach the students how to express their likes and dislikes using simple sentence structures. b. Model and provide examples of sentences like “I like pizza” or “I don’t like broccoli.” c. Explain the use of “do” and “don’t” in forming negative sentences. d. Encourage students to practice saying sentences about their own likes and dislikes.

  3. Questioning Activity: a. Engage the students in a questioning activity to reinforce their understanding. b. Ask questions like “Do you like apples?” or “What is your favorite snack?” c. Encourage students to respond using the appropriate sentence structures.

  4. Assessment: a. Distribute a worksheet with pictures of different foods. b. Instruct the students to write sentences expressing their likes and dislikes for each food item. c. Circulate the classroom to provide assistance and assess individual understanding.

Differentiation: - For students who need additional support, provide sentence starters or word banks to help them form sentences. - For advanced students, challenge them to use more descriptive language in their sentences, such as “I absolutely love chocolate ice cream.”

Plenary: - Review the lesson by asking a few students to share their favorite food and why they like it. - Summarize the key points of the lesson, emphasizing the use of appropriate sentence structures. - Provide positive feedback and praise for students’ participation and effort.

Video Resources: 1. “Food Vocabulary for Kids” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Wd7Ff4v6FY 2. “Likes and Dislikes Song” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Wd7Ff4v6FY

Worksheet Resources: 1. “Food and Likes/Dislikes Worksheet” - https://www.teachstarter.com/au/teaching-resource/food-and-likesdislikes-worksheet/

Note: The provided links are examples and may require further review to ensure they align with your specific teaching objectives and guidelines.