（1）學會單詞：sun, moon, bridge, train, ship。
（2）掌握句型：How many planes are there in the sky? There is/are ___.
Note: For this lesson bring in many interesting pictures that the students can use for discussions. These can be pictures from magazines, or the newspaper. If you want to keep them nice and use them again, mount them on cardboard first.
Step 1 Revision
1 Check homework.
2 Review I can see … by playing I spy from Lesson 52, Some ideas for extra practice or enrichment, Section 2, Page 118 of TB 1A.
Step 2 Presentation
Have students work in small groups. Give each group a picture. Ask What can you see in the picture? Have each group make a list of all the things they see in their picture. Then have them change pictures with another group and do the same. Now have both groups compare their lists.
Step 3 Look and learn
Note: When teaching new words, it's a good idea to remind the students of the spelling rules they know. For example, refer to soon and afternoon when teaching moon. This should be made a constant feature in your teaching of new words.
SB Page 56, Part 1. Teach sun, moon, bridge, train, taxi, and ship. Using the picture, explain that the is used for unique natural elements, such as the sun and the moon. Practise this chain drill with the students:
A: (Looking at the picture)What can you see in this picture?
B: I can see the .sun. What can you see in this picture?
C: I can see the moon, etc.
Step 4 Ask and answer
SB Page 56, Part 2. In pairs have the students ask each other questions concerning the picture in Part 1. They can use the model to help them.
Step 5 Guessing game
For this game, have several pictures of vehicles, e.g. a bus, car, plane, etc. drawn on pieces of paper. The object is to have the students guess what type of vehicle is in the picture by asking questions about it. Hold up the paper and ask What kind of vehicle (運輸工具) is this? Can you guess? Help the students to ask questions like, Can many people sit in it? Does it go fast / slow? Does it go in the sky? Does it go on the water? How many doors does it have? etc. The person who guesses correctly, can then come up and hold the next picture and ask the class questions.
Step 6 Ask and answer
SB Page 56, Part 3. Ask the students questions like, Is /Are there … ? Are there any birds in the picture? How many … are there in the sky / on the bridge … ? Then let the students work in pairs, asking each other questions. Now books closed! Ask the students questions about the picture and see if they can answer from memory.
Step 7 Workbook
SB Page 137, Wb Lesson 109, Exx. 1-4. Do all these exercises orally in class. When doing Ex. 2, you may explain why a / an / the is used. If necessary, briefly review the rules for choosing the correct article.
Get individual students to do Ex. 4. Help when needed if they have trouble with the translation.
Learn the new words in this lesson.
Write the sentences in Ex. 4.