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The form: 10

The theme of the lesson: Where can you work?

Aims: Educational: to practice students in monological and dialogical speech, to teach students to work creatively and introduce new words, expressions according to the theme.

Developing: to enrich children’s memory and logical thinking, to develop creativity doing exercises.

Bringing up: to bring up pupils to love for foreign language, promoting interest in the culture.

Level: elementary

The type of the lesson: lesson-combination.

Inter subject connection: Russian, Kazakh.

The visual and teaching aids: a basic textbook, cards.

Organization moment: (2 min)

  • Greeting

Good morning. How are you? I am glad to see you! Now children let’s begin our lesson. Who is on duty today?

Who is absent today?

What day of the week today?

What is the weather like today?

What season is it now?

Take out your books, pens and copybooks. Get ready for the lesson.

What date is it today?

Everyone open your exercise-books and write down the date.

  • Warming up activity (2 min)

Let's begin our lesson with a phonetic drill.

Three things you might know about sleep.

Checking HW (5 min):

  1. The new words.

  2. The grammar rules./articles/

  3. Text for good reading and translating.

Presentation of the new theme: (15 min)

READING AND SPEAKING

  1. Do you know the words for some jobs and professions?

Imagine that you have a problem (Column A). Who would you contact or call in the situations below? Try to find the appropriate person for each situation from Column В.

Column A Column В

    1. a filling has come out of one of your a) a driving instructor back teeth

    2. you think your eyes need testing b) a travel agent

    3. you want a portrait photograph of c) a dentist (dental surgeon) yourself

4. your car won't start d) a photographer

      1. you want to learn to drive e) the fire brigade (firemen)

      2. you want new windows put into f) a (garage) mechanic your house

      3. your house is on fire g) an optician

      4. you fancy a holiday in the sun h) a glazier (and a carpenter)

Compare your answers with other students.

        1. Think of more (2-3) situations and professions and test each other.

          1. ) a) :

          2. ) b)

3) : c)

        1. What jobs have you done in your life (part-time or holiday jobs)? Tell other students, and ask what jobs they have done. Talk about what you liked about your work, and what you didn't like.

        2. a) What factors are the most important for you in choosing a job? Put the following factors in order of importance and then compare the order you have chosen with your partner's.

  1. money

  2. interesting and varied work not boring or monotonous .

  3. work which is useful to society

  4. good working conditions

  5. flexible hours

  6. opportunities to meet people

  7. friendly and considerate management and colleagues.

  8. opportunities to travel

  9. long holidays

  10. another factor-what?

b) Which jobs or professions fit your criteria in your opinion. Does the job that you hope to have fit them?

    1. Some adults say: "All young people are dreamers. That's why they can't get jobs". Ask your teacher and students in your group.

Do you agree with them?

Does your teacher think so?

What do students in your group think?

    1. Read the text.

A British magazine interviewed 60 young people in their last year at school, and asked them questions about their future (38 girls and 22 boys answered their questions).

The interviewers wanted to know who were the young people's heroes. The most popular characters for many of the boys and girls were Pope John Paul II, and Torvill and Dean, the World Champion ice-skaters. Some of the boys wanted to be like the footballer Kenny Dalglish, and the girls admired the pop singer Toyah Wilcox.

The favourite jobs for the boys were engineering, playing football, and owning their own shop. The girls wanted to be dress designers, dancers or secretaries. Many of the boys said they wanted to have their own business and live in a big house in the country by the age of 30. Most of the girls wanted to marry and have children.

Are the following statements true or false?

      1. Some boys wanted to be pop singers.

      2. Most girls wanted to have husbands and children.

      3. Boys thought they would get jobs sooner than girls.

      4. Most girls wanted a job just for the money.

      5. Most boys and girls blamed schools for unemployment.

Homework. (2 min)

  1. Ex.10 p.69

  2. The new words

Conclusion. (2 min)

Our lesson is reaching the end. My dear, today you were very active and worked hard.

Your marks for today’ s lesson are…

Thank you! See you later!



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