- Names of fruits and vegetables, e.g., cucumber, peach, avocado, carrot, etc
- Words and phrases relating to advertising, e.g., packaging, product, advertise, poster, theme colour, etc
- Use "be + going to" to describe events that will occur quite soon, e.g., I'm going to design a pair of sports shoes.
- Use modals to make suggestions and advice, e.g., can, may, should, etc
- Use noun phrases to refer to quantities or units, e.g., a tablespoonful of yoghurt, half of a peeled cucumber, etc
- Use imperatives to make invitations and give instructions, e.g., Try it! Feel it! Have it!
- Identify the purpose of writing and try to achieve that purpose
- Use appropriate formats, conventions and language features when writing a variety of text-types, e.g., advertisements
- Listen for main ideas and extract specific information from spoken texts
- Identify the sequence of events, causes and effects
- Use "Internet Explorer" and "Real Player" to download and watch the video. (Depository: Related Links > Software Download)
- Download the "Teachers' note" for the programme outline and suggested activities.
- Revise imperatives with students before they make their own advertisements if needed.