Aims of the lesson: to speak about animals; to learn the vocabulary on the topic; to understand oral speech; to understand and love the nature
The type of the lesson: discussion
Methods of the teaching: pair, group work
Visual aids: picture, cards, an interactive board
Connected with other subjects: geography
Procedure of the lesson:
Short conversation teacher-pupil on duty. Talking about the season, weather, date of the day.
Checking the hometask.
-To write poems about animals
- to put question for discussion: What are your favourite animals?
III. Sing the song “Three Black sheep”
Presentation of the new them and aims.
Our new theme “About animals ”
Hunt [ hᴧnt] аң аулау
Hunter [ hᴧntə] аңшы
Ivory tusk [aivəri tᴧsk] пілдің тісі
Appear [ əpiə] пайда болу, кқзге көріну
Disappear [disəpiə] жоғалу
Enough [inᴧf] жеткілікті
Species [spi:ʃi:z] түр
Threaten [θretn] қауіп төндіру
Read the text “Do you know that…”
Do you know that...
There were 300 species of elephants everywhere, today you can find them in Africa and India. Especially Asian and Indian elephants are in danger. Hunters have been killing elephants for meat, for their ivory tusks for a long time.
Today many elephants in Africa are dying because they do not have enough food to eat and space to live. Today only I million elephants live on the planet. Some day they may disappear.
Before the war time tigers had enough space to live. Today tropical forests became less and less. People have been hunting tigers since the war. They may disappear, too.
People hunt the blue whale for meat, fat and oil.
Thirty years ago there were 100.000, rhinos in Africa. Today there are probably less than 4,000.|ln Kenya, Zambia and rhino horn is a fortune.
VIII. Do you know that...
Birds are found in almost every part of the globe. Such as ostriches and penguins, cannot fly. Instead, the ostrich can run very fast and the penguin uses its wings as flippers for swimming.
All birds lay eggs with hard, waterproof shells.
Birds are the only animals that have feathers. A very small bird, such as a hummingbird, may have about 900 feathers, while a large bird like a swan may have over 25,000.
Birds have excellent eyesight, often better than human sight. They have an extra eyelid to protect their eyes from dust a rain while flying. Most birds have a poor sense of smell, n excellent hearing. A bird's ears are hidden under feathers at the side of its head.
Exercise 6 Make adjectives from the following nouns:
Write the opposite:
Make nouns from the following verbs:
Exercise 11. Read the text again (exercise 10) and write out:
the names of birds;
the words which describe birds.
Exercise 12. Talk to your partner: Do you know the enemies of birds?
Exercise 13Choose on of the giants and collect information about it and draw a diagram or semantic map. Then write about it?
Conclusion of the lesson.
Where do tigers come from?
Do people threaten some animals?
What can you say about this?
Will they disappear some day?
Home task: to solve riddles:
1.It lives in the house. It likes fish and meat.
It lives in the forest. It likes bananas.
This animals likes grass. It is a domestic animal. It gives us milk.