How many...can you see?
Good morning my class. How is your Monday morning? Sleepy? Oh, really? Then let’s sing a song together to wake you up. Ok? Ok, then let’s sing a “Ten Indians” together. 1, 2, 3 go!
One little, two little, three little Indians.
Four little, five little, six little Indians
Seven little, eight little, nine little Indians
Ten little Indian boys
Wow, your voices are so beautiful.
Wake up now? Very good.
Remember our friend Wu Yifan and Amy? Their class went to have a picnic last weekend. And they took a video. Let’s see what they are doing. Ok? Ok. What can you see? You see Wu yifan and Amy? Anything else? Kites? Yes, we can see many beautiful kites. Then what did Wu Yifan ask Amy? He asked “How many kites do you see?” (边板书边读)What does this sentence mean? Yes, if you want others to tell you the number of something, you can ask by “How many…can you see?” For example, if you want to know the number of books, you can ask by “How many books can you see?” clear? Good. Then how did Amy answer Wu Yifan. Yes, she can see twelve kites. Ten and two, that’s twelve. (板书) Pay attention to the pronunciation. Twelve. Ok, very good.
Now, let’s watch this video again and read after it. Nicely done.
Dear class, I have a magic box here. Let me open it. See?There’s nothing in it. But if I shake it, it will change. let’s see what’s in it now? Yes, they are flowers. But how many flowers can you see? Jack please. You see 2? Is he right? Yes, very good. Sit down please. And now let’s shake it again! Peter，what’s in it now? Card?. Oh, beautiful cards. And how many cards can you see? You see 9? Count it again. Oh it’s actually ten. You correct yourself. That’s very clever. You did a very good job.
So after so many practices, let’s look at the blackboard. Can you conclude what we have learned today for us? Mike? Oh, Exactly, Mike sit down please. We have learn a sentence to ask numbers of things. That’s “How many… can you see?” and we can answer by “I can see…”
After school how about you going back home and ask your parents the numbers of things in your home. Ok?
Ok. Class is over. See you next time.