Theme: Friends. Comparing two people or things.
To enrich the pupils’ knowledge giving them more information about friends.
To develop the pupils’ speech speaking on the topic, and refer pupils to the grammar theme “Adjectives, comparative form of the adjectives’’, helping them freely express their opinions and thoughts.
To bring up pupils to be patriots of their motherland, to love their country and to be friends with each other and to wide their scope.
Pictures, slogan, Bloom’s graphic cards, ball an electronic textbook of the Multimedia program.
Level A I-Pre-Intermediate
The Procedure of the lesson
T: Good afternoon, pupils!
P: Good afternoon, teacher!
T: How do you feel yourselves?
P: OK, Well, good!
T: You see that we have very unusual lesson today.
So pupils what season is it now?
P: It’s winter now.
St. Valentines Day)
Recently we had very great winter event in our Kazakhstan especially in Astana
and Almaty. Who knows what event is it?
P: The Olympic games in Asia.
T: It’s great that you know the 7th Olympic games in Asia.
What is the symbol of this Olympiad.
P: The snow leopard. (Bars)
II Speech drill:
Now look at the picture
What animal is snow leopard? Describe it.
P1-P2-P3: Strong, brave, beautiful, fast, dangerous.
T: Now look at his eyes what eyes does he have?
P1-P2-P3…: Black, brown, nice, kind, funny, friendly.
T: Yes his eyes are kind, nice and friendly. What does it mean to be friendly?
P1: To have many friends.
T: Great and how do you think what is the theme of our lesson?
T: Yes the lexical theme of our lesson is “Friends” and grammar theme is
Adjectives, the comparative degree of adjectives.
T: Look at this slogan!
A friend in need is a friend indeed
How do you understand this proverb?
How do you translate it into our native language?
P1: “Досыңды ісімен таны”
P2: “Друг познается в беде”
T: Yes right you are A friend in need is a friend indeed. At the end of our lesson
we’ll return to our slogan.
T: Now dear my friends, let’s complete this diagram and find out what kind of
friends you have.
P1: nice, interesting, funny, tall, good, friendly.
Talkative, good at sport, hard-working
Tall, friendly, funny
T: Well pupils let’s listen to our new words and repeat them
As you see pupils these words are adjectives
(Teacher explains the grammar material and uses the table D.C)
Degrees of comparison of adjectives
Ending in a-y
Dangerous-more dangerous-the most dangerous
Beautiful-more beautiful-the most beautiful
Good- better- the best
Bad- worse- the worst
Old- older- the oldest
Far- farther- the farthest
Little- less- the least
Much- more- the most
Usage of the word THAN
IV.1 Oral exercise #2 (in the book Hot Spot2)
P1 P2, P3 P4, P5 P6,…
(Pupils answer the questions.)
1 Are you older than your friend?
2 Are you better at sport than your friend?
3 Are you more talkative than your friend?
4 Are you funnier than your friend?
5 Are you more hardworking than your friend?
6 Are you friendlier than your friend?
7 Are you taller than your friend?
IV.2 Oral exercise
T: Our next task is working with cards. You should describe your friend and complete the sentences.
(Teacher gives cards)
I have a friend. His/her name is
My friend is a and person.
He/she is good at . His/her hobby is
I think he/she is because
We always help each other.
I think is my real friend.
IV.3 Written exercises
discT: Now let’s do the computer exercises to revise our grammar material. Pupils are doing exercises on the computer. (El, book Ex 1.2.6)
T: Well done.
You can work on computer quite right and you have all tasks very good.
Dear my friends we all tired and let’s play the game “My best friend is…” Come here and make a circle.
(Teacher throws a ball and tells the adjective, pupil catches it and gives its comparative form)
T: Thanks a lot. We have some pleasure time. And let’s conclude our lesson with mini-test
Choose the right variant
1The gold medal is (good) than silver
2 Mary is (young) than her sister.
a the youngest
3 My house is (big) than Tom’s
4 This church is (old) than Big Ben
b the oldest
5 Astana is (beautiful) than other cities
a more beautiful
c the most beautiful
(Pupils change their test shits and other. Teacher assess them for the whole lesson.)
T: You were so active today. Thanks for you. I want to give all of you excellent marks.
VII Setting the home task:
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Let’s return to our proverb.
A friend in need is a friend indeed
What proverbs about friendship do you know?
Pupils are telling the proverbs about friends, friendship.
T:Well pupils we all are friends. You should be friendly, hard-working, helpful, polite and kind to each other. You are the future of Kazakhstan. The 7th Winter Olympic games in Asia are the symbol of friendship between Asian countries.
IX The end of the lesson.
The lesson is over. Goodbye!
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