City and transport

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LESSON SET OVERVIEW

With this lesson set, your students will:

  • learn and practise vocabulary related to cities and transport,
  • practise the use of quantifiers with countable and uncountable nouns,
  • watch a video about the initiative called a “bike bus”,
  • talk about modes of transportation and problems cities face.

In the first lesson, students talk about cities and learn quantifiers. In the second lesson, they talk about transport in cities using the quantifiers.

This is a lesson set. Use the lessons in the set in the suggested order. Learn more about sets here.

Each lesson in the set is also a standalone lesson.

Lesson 1

Teach students quantifiers
quantifiers with countable and uncountable nouns
Standard Lesson 60 min Premium Plan

What is your city like? (too much, too many, enough/not enough)

Global Issues Grammar Lifestyle

Students learn quantifiers (too much, too many, (not) enough), practise city-related vocabulary (e.g. noise, pollution, traffic) while talking about their cities, as well as big cities around the world.

Lesson 2

Help students practise quantifiers while talking about transportation
transport vocabulary
Standard Lesson 60 min Free+

Bike, bus or “bike bus”?

General

Students practise transport vocabulary (e.g. get on a bus, go by train, carpool, move around), discuss advantages and disadvantages of some means of transport and watch a video. Encourage students to use the quantifiers in ex. 2 and ex. 9 (slides 8 and 27).

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