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  • 1. The 20 th April Wednesday
  • 2. Topic:
      You should eat vegetables
  • 3.
      Aim:
    Letting students be able to share about vegetables names
  • 4. Purpose:
    • The students will be able to learn more food.
    • 5. The students will be able to learn should/ought to/had better
    • 6. The students will be able to learn new song.
  • 7. Warm up.
      “ Vegetables” song
  • 8. New words:
  • 20. Bread
  • 21. Onions
  • 22. Meat
  • 23. Strawberries
  • 24. Butter
  • 25. Salad
  • 26. Hamburger
  • 27. Biscuits
  • 28. Cake
  • 29. Fish
  • 30. Tangerines
  • 31. Carrots
  • 32. Eggs
  • 33. Ex:Copy the chart and complete column. Is this food good or bad for you? What does the dietician say? What do you think? Why? Meat They should stop eating so much. Fried eggs Fattening and not good for you. White bread Cut down Chips Cut down Sweets Cut down Cakes Cut down Fruit Eat more Vegetables Eat more Salad Good for you
  • 34. Grammar: Should/ ought to/ had better
    • We use should to give advice and opinions.
    • 35. Ought to is similar to should but it is followed by to.
    • 36. We often use had better ('d better) to give friendly advice.
    • 37. You should eat more vegetables.
    • 38. You ought to eat more vegetables.
    • 39. You 'd (had) better eat more vegetables.
  • 40. Ex: Study the sentences. Then choose a or b and complete the explanation. You should eat more vegetables. You ought to eat more fruit. You'd better cut down on sugar.
  • 41. These ways of giving advice are.....in meaning. A. similar B. very different Answer: A
  • 42. Summary:
    • What's your favorite food?
    • 43. Is it good or bad for you?
    • 44. What food do you dislike most?
  • 45. Homework: Write down food You usually eat for Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

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