The aims: 1. Educational aim: to give some information about food and drink.
2. Developing aim: to develop the pupils’ thinking understanding, listening
3. Upbringing aim: to bring up love and interest for the subject.
Visual aids of the lesson: Interactive board, book, chalk, cards.
Connection of the subject: Kazakh.
Literature: English 6, T. Aiyapova, Z.Abildaeva
I. Organization moment
- Stand up! Good morning, children.
- Good morning, teacher.
- How are you?
- Who is on duty today?
- Who is absent?
- What date is it today?
- What day of the week is it?
- Thank you very much. Sit down.
II. Checking hometask.
- Well, what was your hometask for today?
- Repat all the theme.
- Now look at the blackboard. Answer the question.
1. What is the English for ``бассейн``? – swimming - pool
2. How many people live in Astana? – 700 000
3. What are the popular buildings in Astana? – the popular buildings are the monument of Baiterek, the Circus and the entertainment centre of Duman.
4. Can you swim? – Yes ,I can. No, I can’t
- Thank you.
III. Phonetic drill. Read the phonetic drill
Bread and butter, milk and tea
Put your finger on your knee
Bread and butter, cake and ice.
Put your hands on your eyes
Bread and butter, duck and rose,
Put your finger on your nose.
Bread and butter, juice and eggs.
Put your hands in your leg.
IV. Ok, pupils, let’s start our lesson. Now look at the blackboard.
These are todays new words. At first I’ll read, then you will repeat after me.
Food [fu:d] – тағам Meat [mi:t] - ет
Drink [driηk]– сусын Coffee [k'ᴐfi] - кофе
Vegetable [`vedʒtәbәl] - көкөніс Tea [ti:] - шай
Orange ['ᴐrindʒ] – апельсин Juice [dʒu:s] - шырын
Apple [ᴂpl] – алма Bread [bred] - нан
Banana [bә׳na:nә] – банан Rice [rais] - күріш
Grape [greip]– жүзім Cheese [tʃi:z] - ірімшік
Egg [eg] – жұмыртқа Milk [milk] - сүт
Tomato [tәmә:׳tәu]– қызанақ Sugar [׳ʃugә] – қант
Potato [pә׳teitәu] – картоп Butter [׳bʌtә] - май
Carrot [kᴂrәt]- сәбіз flour [׳flauә] - ұн Biscuit [׳biskit]– печенье
V. New theme, new grammar material
Now look at the blackboard. Today we introduce new grammar material. You must be attentively!
Countable and uncountable nouns. (Саналатын зат есім және саналмайтын зат есім)
Countable nouns Uncountable nouns
a table milk
a boy sugar
an orange music
a pen money
a pencil air
We say three boys, two oranges, five pencils, because we can count it.
And we say much salt, a little milk, because we can’t count it.
Countable nouns used singular and plural forms.
For example: This bag is small.
Those bags are big.
Uncountable nouns used only singular forms.
The water is hot.
There isn’t much snow.
There is no – s on milk, because we can’t count it. It’s an uncountable noun.
There is an – s on apples, because can count it. It’s a countable noun.
Some , any
Some - used in positive sentences and in question sentences.
For example: There are some bananas on the table.
Can I have some coffee?
Any - used in negative sentences and in question sentences.
For example: Is there any water in the glass?
There aren’t any pens in the bag.
Much, many есімдігі.
Much - used in question sentences and in negative sentences with uncountable nouns.
For example: Don’t put much sugar into coffee.
How much cheese is there in the fridge?
Many - used in question sentences and in negative sentences with countable nouns.
For example: There aren’t many people in the room.
How many children have they got?
A lot of – used with countable and uncountable nouns and used in question sentences and negative sentences.
For example: There is a lot of tea.
There are a lot of cups of tea
VI. Doing exercises.
Well, pupils open your books on page 48
Ex3. Complete the chart using the words in Ex.1 and Ex.2
Fruit Vegetables Drinks Other food
Ex. 4. on page 48. Talk to your partner what you like and don’t like.
Example: I like tea, but I don’t like coffee.
I like tomatoes, but I don’t like potatoes .
I like juice , but I don’t like tea.
I like bananas, but I don’t like grapes.
Ex.5. p.49. Text. We must read this text by one by and translated it.
Kazakh Traditional Food
In Kazakhstan people eat a lot of meat. Their traditional food is the Kazakh meat. Kazakh
people are very hospitable. When they invite guests they also cook pilaf, kazy, kuyrdak.
They have some traditional milk products. They are kurt, irimshik. Their traditional drinks are kymyz, shubat. These drinks are useful for our health.
Ex 6. Answer the questions. Who answer this question?
1. What’ s the popular food in your family?
2. What’s your favourite food?
3. What’s your favourite drink?
Ex 8. P.50 listen and read the dialogue.
Jennifer: O.K. Let’s see. What do we need? Have we got any flour?
Asel: Yes, we’ve got lots of flour. Here.
- Good. We need some butter, too. Have we got any butter?
- Some butter … butter ... Ah, yes. Here we are.
- We’ve got six eggs. Do you want them?
- No, we don’t need any eggs. Sugar ?
- Sugar … sugar. No! We haven’t got any sugar.
- Oh,no! I know! We can make…
The game. Who is the best? Choose the odd one out from the list of words
(Артық сөзді алып таста)
I. oranges apples pencil bananas
II. tea coffee juice ruler
III. kymyz carrot potato tomato
IV. many book much any
Listen and read
Ex.10. Read and write the words
a) ['ᴐrindʒ ] orange
b) [k'ᴐfi] coffee
c) [rәuz] rose
d) [stәun] stone
e) [dᴐg] dog
f) [rәut] wrote
VII. Conclusion. Venn diagram
Ex12. on page 51
Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions.
IX. Marking .
The lesson is over.
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