Theme of lesson: Food and drink
Aims of the lesson:
Оқушыларды саналатын және саналмайтын зат есімдермен таныстыру, олардың сөйлемде қолданылуын үйрету
2. Оқушыларды шапшаңдылыққа, ұқыптылыққа тәрбиелеу
3. Оқушылардың есте сақтауын, ойлау қабілетін, сөздік қорын дамыту
Method of the lesson: answer the questions, listening, speaking, reading
Type of the lesson: Introduction of the new material
Materials for the lesson: a grammar table, pictures, interactive board, cards.
Connection of the subjects: Kazakh
Procedure of the lesson:
Б) Checking up the attendance
II. Warm up:
Breakfast in the morning
Dinner in the day
Tea comes after dinner
Then, it’s time to play
Our theme in our lesson is “Food and drink” . You know the noun is divided into two groups: Countable and uncountable. Plural nouns end with s or es. They are countable.
But some nouns don’t have plural form. They are uncountable. For ex .an apple-apples, but juice is uncountable.
IV. Practicing the new theme:
Exercise 3. Complete the chart using the words. I’ll give you cards and your task is to read, translate and put this card in right envelope.
Reading on the text: “Food and drink in Britain”.
Four meals a day are served traditionally in Britain: breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner. In many countries breakfast is a snack rather than a meal but the English breakfast eaten at about 8 o’clock in the morning, is a full meal, much bigger than on the Continent. Some people begin with a plateful of porridge but more often cornflakes with milk and sugar. English lunch, which is usually eaten at 1 o’clock, is based on plain, simply – cooked food. It starts with soup or fruit juice. Apple-pie is a favourite sweet. Finally a cup of coffee- black or white. Tea, the third meal of the day, is taken between 4 and 5 o’clock especially when staying in a hotel when pot of tea with a jug of milk and a bowl of sugar are brought in. Biscuits are handed round.
At the weekends afternoon tea is a very sociable time. Friends and visitors are often present. Dinner is the most substantial meal of the day. The usual time is about 7 o’clock and all the members of the family sit down together.
It’s time to have a rest:
Hands up! Clap! Clap! Clap!
Hands down! Shake! Shake! Shake!
Hands on hips! Jump! Jump! Jump!
Hop! Hop! Hop! Stand still!
MAKE-UP THE SENTENCES:
1.eat/in the morning/porridge/I
4.We/eat/for breakfast/do not/pizza/fish/or
V. PLAY THE GAME: “Fruit and vegetables”
- What are the foods on these shopping lists? Write the letters in the correct order.
Shopping list 1:
1. topato - potato
2. nabnaa - banana
3. ryrstwaber - strawberry
4. niono - onion
5. plpae - apple
6. prages - grapes
7. rotrac - carrot
Shopping list 2:
1. lirgac - garlic
2. nemol - lemon
3. mousrohm -
4. totamo -
5. ronage -
6. telutec -
7. aper -
Answer the questions:
Exercise 4. look at the list of food and drink. Talk to your partner what you like and don’t like.
1. What do you like?
2. What don’t you like?
3. What kind of food do you know?
4. What meals do you know?
5. What dishes do you know?
Work with pictures. Looking at the pictures and you must write:
Exercise 6, page 49. Ask and answer the questions.
Write 5 sentences countable and uncountable nouns. And learn the new grammar theme.
VIII. Saying good – bye:
The lesson is over. You may have a rest. Good-bye, pupils! See you next lesson.
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