• Listen, point and repeat. Then match.
Pupils’ books closed. Put up the Clothes poster on the
board. Point to the items/phrases, one at a time, and say
the corresponding words. The pupils repeat, chorally
and/or individually. Point to the items/phrases in
random order. Ask individual pupils to name them.
Ask the rest of the class for verification.
• Choose and complete. Ex. 6 p. 20
Point to and elicit the jobs. Explain the activity. Allow
the pupils some time to complete the activity.. Check
Answer key: 2 trousers 3 jeans 4 boots 5 dress 6 shoes
7 scarf 8 skirt• Thinking cap. Ask questions: p. 20 Who
works only during the day? Who works during the day
and at night? Point to the police office and ask: Does he
work only during the day? Elicit answer: No.
Answer keys: The police office works during the day
and at night. The gardener works during the day. The
nurse works during the day and at night. The teacher
works during the day.
Study Spot p. 21
• Listen and choose.
Pupils’ books closed. Say and write: one lamp – two
lamps. Underline the -s. The pupils repeat, chorally
and/or individually. Elicit the formation of the plural
number (by adding -s to the noun). Explain to the pupils
that there are some exceptions to the rule.
Write the word potato on the board. Point to it, say and
write: one potato – two potatoes. Underline -es. The
pupils repeat, chorally and/or individually. Follow the
same procedure and present the rest of the spelling rules
as well as the irregular plural nouns.
Pupils’ books open. Ex. 7 p.21 Go through the Study
spot section briefly. Explain the activity and allow the
pupils some time to complete it. Check their answers.
Answer key: 2. knives 3 touches 4 boxes 5 children 6
Listen and draw the lines. Ex. 8 p.21 Play the CD,
twice if necessary. The pupils listen and complete the
activity. Check their answers.
The pupils draw a line from the remote control to the
bedroom. The pupils draw a line from the laptop to the
bathroom. The pupils draw a line from the lamp to the
bedroom. The pupils draw a line from the clock to the
bedroom. The pupils draw a line from the microwave to
the kitchen. The pupils draw a line from the mobile
phone to the bathroom.
Sources of Energy. Ex.9 p.21 Look at the things in
ex.8 again. Which use electricity? Which use electricity
and batteries? Tell the class. Explain what electricity
and battery mean. Read the example and explain the
activity. Answer keys:
Cookers use electricity. Clocks use electricity and
battery. Microwave use electricity. Laptop use
electricity and batteries. Remote controls use batteries.
Mobile phones use batteries. Lamps use electricity