Language analysis: Grammar/Tenses/Functional Language Complete this, as far as you can, for grammar / function-based lessons or skills-based lessons where there is a clear language component. This does not need to be submitted, but is recommended for your own confidence in teaching the class. Language area (e.g. 3rd conditional, modals of deduction, etc.) Quantifiers: a few of, a little. And a lot of Context (the situation - Who? Where? When? – in which the language is used, and the sort of reading or listening text in which it is contained, if a text is being used) When we talk about countable nouns, we use a few of and a lot of to describe the amount of food When we talk about uncountable food items such as milk, we use a little and a lot of . Sugar flour coffee milk coke pasta oil cheese There is a little sugar./There is a lot of oil. spinach Onions eggs apples lemons steaks There are a few onions. /There are a lot of steaks. Focus on meaning (concept check questions, timelines etc. This should also include levels of formality/register if relevant) When we have water, we use a few or a little? A little When we talk about eggs, we use a few or a little? A few When we talk about spinach, do we use a few or a little? A little Focus on form (analysis for students as it will appear on whiteboard, if appropriate, +/-/?) Focus on pronunciation (contractions, weak forms etc. Phonemic transcription of problem sounds, if appropriate) Anticipated problems with solutions (possible difficulties with meaning, form and/or pronunciation etc. and how you propose to deal with these). Note: Your analysis may be longer than this page!