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Name of Teacher: Biljana Likic
Class/Grade/Language Level: Elementary School 4th Grade
Textbook and specific lesson: N/A
Preparation: vocabulary flash cards (drinks); blank sheets of paper
Class time: 45 minutes



Time Activity
1-2 min Greetings
10 min Introduce vocabulary. Ask students to guess what drinks you have. Challenge them to use English. As they guess correctly, put the flashcard up on the board. Teach new words: water, juice, soda, milk, hot chocolate, tea, coffee, lemonade.
1 min Ask students: “Do you like ~ ?” “Yes!/No!”
3 min Teach new dialogue: “Yes, I do./No, I don’t.”
3 min Ask students: “Do you like ~ ?” “Yes, I do./No, I don’t.”
1 min Review: “I like ~ .” and “I don’t like ~ .”
2 min Combine: “Do you like ~ ?” “Yes, I do. I like ~ ./No I don’t. I don’t like ~ .” At this point, some students will need katakana hints. As this is elementary school and most of them haven’t learned the alphabet yet (not to mention English classes being infrequent), you can write it on the board beneath the English dialogue. Eventually as they practice, they will look at the board less and less.
5 min Practice combined dialogue using drinks. Students answer Yes or No based on their own opinions.
10 min Rock Paper Scissors Game: Play janken. The loser must ask, “Do you like ~ ?” and the winner must answer, “Yes/No I do/don’t. I like/don’t like ~ .” The game is finished when each vocabulary word has been used in a question once, for a total of eight matches of janken.
10 min Favourite Drink Guessing Game: Distribute blank sheets of paper. Students roughly draw four of the eight drinks on the board. In pairs, A asks, “Do you like ~ ?” If B has the drink drawn on their paper, they reply “Yes, I do. I like ~ .” and they draw a circle around it. If B doesn’t have the drink drawn on their paper, they reply, “No, I don’t. I don’t like ~ .” A and B take turns asking questions until every drink they have drawn has been circled.