Инфоурок / Иностранные языки / Другие методич. материалы / ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN RHYMES AND SONGS

ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN RHYMES AND SONGS

Напоминаем, что в соответствии с профстандартом педагога (утверждён Приказом Минтруда России), если у Вас нет соответствующего преподаваемому предмету образования, то Вам необходимо пройти профессиональную переподготовку по профилю педагогической деятельности. Сделать это Вы можете дистанционно на сайте проекта "Инфоурок" и получить диплом с присвоением квалификации уже через 2 месяца!

Только сейчас действует СКИДКА 50% для всех педагогов на все 111 курсов профессиональной переподготовки! Доступна рассрочка с первым взносом всего 10%, при этом цена курса не увеличивается из-за использования рассрочки!

ВЫБРАТЬ КУРС И ПОДАТЬ ЗАЯВКУ
библиотека
материалов

Настоящее пособие предназначено для изучения английского языка обучающимися первой и второй ступеней образования

Цель – повышение уровня познавательного интереса обучающихся на уроках английского языка через использование стихов, песен.

Ритмически организованная речь усваивается лучше, потому что развивает воображение, способствует непроизвольному запоминанию языкового материала и формированию лексико-грамматических навыков. Стихи можно использовать во время введения нового фонетического или грамматического понятия, выполнения упражнений на закрепление материала и его повторения, на разных этапах обучения.

Поэтические тексты и рифмовки являются прекрасным материалом для отработки ритма, интонации иноязычной речи, совершенствования произношения.



ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN RHYMES AND SONGS

The Present Continuous Tense

I can drive a car and І'm driving it now. /you; you're/

I can play the guitar and І’m playing it now. /he; he's/

I can sing a song and І’m singing it now. /she; she's/

I can write a story and I’m doing it now. /they; they're/


Who is singing?

Who is reading?

Who is writing?

Who is working hard?

Who is laughing?

Who is jumping?

Playing in the yard?

Who is singing?

Who is playing?

Laughing with delight?

We are singing.

We are playing.

The sun is shining bright!


What’s she doing?


- What’s she doing? - She’s reading a book.

- What’s he doing? - He’s learning to cook.

- What are you doing? - I’m learning to drive.

- What are they doing? - They’re learning to dive.

- What’ Den doing? - He’s writing a letter.

- What’s Sue doing? - She’s knitting a sweater.


The Present Simple Tense


Mrs.Grundy


Mrs.Grundy washes on Monday,

Irons on Tuesday,

Shops on Wednesday,

Bakes on Thursday,

Sews on Friday,

Cleans on Saturday,

Cooks on Sunday...

This is the tale of Mrs. Grundy.

And your mother/ brother…?



3’d person “s”


3’d person “s”! - Yes! Yes!

Not in the question? - No! No!

3’d person “s”! - Yes! Yes!

Not in the negative? - No! No!

3’d person “s”! - Yes! Yes!

Not in the plural? - No! No!

3’d person “s”! - Yes! Yes!

3’d person “s”! - Yes!




The Past Simple Tense


The verb “to be”


I was, you were, was he? was she?

- That’s the Simple Past Tense of the verb “to be”

We were, they were, were they? were we?

- That’s the Simple Past Tense of the verb “to be”



I was there . – Where were you?


- I was there . – Where were you?

- I was there. - Where were Sue?

- She was there. – Where was Bill?

- He was there. – Where was Jill?

- She was there. - Where was Joe?

- Where was Joe? - I don’t know.


Irregular verbs


Say, said – stop on red!

Eat, ate – don’t be late!

Break, broke – have a coke!

Take, took – learn to cook!

Speak , spoke, - tell a joke!

Write, wrote – get off the boat!


Saturday morning


First I called my mother

We talked for an hour.

Then I played tennis,

Went home and took a shower.

I went to the kitchen,

Made a cup of tea

Took out my English book

And studied carefully.

I finished all my homework

Without a mistake.

Then I decided to take a little break.

I sat down for a minute to watch TV

Fell asleep and woke up at three.


The Future Simple Tense


Future Simple with “will”


He will – He’ll

She will – She’ll

He’ll, she’ll, future with “will”?


Let’s try


  • Let’s try! All right, I will. I’ll try.

  • So will I. I’ll try.

  • So will he. You’ll see. He’ll try.

  • So will she. She’ll try.

  • So will we. We’ll try. You’ll see.

How much time…


How much time/will it take you/ /3/

How much time will it take you to get to London?

/Paris, Kiev/

It will take me/so much time/ /3/

It will take me so much time to get to London.

/Paris, Kiev/

It will take me/no time/ /3/

It will take me no time because I'm here.


Comparatives, -er, ier.

Add –er, old – older

Add – er, cold – colder

Add – er, sweet – sweeter

Add –er, heat – heater

  • ire – pretty – prettier.

  • ire – busy – busier

  • ier – funny – funnier

  • ier – sunny – sunnier



Общая информация

Номер материала: ДВ-509781

Похожие материалы