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Grammar in communicative way


  • Иностранные языки

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Lesson Plan

Stage/Stage aim(s)



(what is the reason for the stage?)

Procedure

Material

Interaction Type

(IW, PW, T-SS, Mingle, GW,)

Time

1. Lead-in

To generate interest in the theme of the lesson and target language

Give Ss cards of 2 different colours.

Write 3 things that you did yesterday.

Ex.: I met my friend. I went to the cinema. I did shopping.

Ask them to write their 3 things.

ICQs: 1) Do you write about the present or past? 2) How many sentences should you write?

Ask Ss to crumple the paper and throw it. Then Ss pick up a paper of different colour.

ICQs: 1) What colour can you pick up?

Ask Ss to find the owner of the paper, asking general questions.

ICQs: 1) What questions should you ask?

2) How do we start general questions in the past? Look at my sentences and try to ask me questions.

Cards of 2 different colours

T-SS

IW

Mingle


7 min

2. Reading for gist

To orientate students to the overall content of the text (To get general idea of the text)


T sets the task: Read the text quickly and choose the correct answer.

Is the text about

  1. Present

  2. Past

  3. Present and past

Ss are given the handouts. They read the text. T elicits the correct answer.

Flipchart 1

Handouts 1 (T. Ayapova, English 7, p. 156, ex. 3)

IW

5 min

3. Reading for details

To give students practice at reading for specific information


Ss read the text one more time.

Ss are given handouts and do the exercise.

  • IW

  • Pair checking

  • Feedback. Divide Ss into 2 teams (greens and yellows). T/F chairs.

Handouts 2 (T. Ayapova, English 7, p. 157, ex. 6)

IW

PW

GW

15 min





Stage/Stage aim(s)



(what is the reason for the stage?)

Procedure

Material

Interaction Type

(IW, PW, T-SS, Mingle, GW,)

Time

4. Getting the meaning of vocabulary from the text

To make Ss to read the text more carefully and find out the meaning of new words


Ss are given cards with words and definitions. They match the words with the definitions, using the text.

  • PW

  • Feedback. Flipchart 2.

  1. Drill pronunciation

  2. Open the definition

Vocabulary cards (T. Ayapova, English 7, p. 157, ex. 4)

Flipchart 2

PW

5 min

5. Guided discovery sheet

To guide students to the meaning, pronunciation and form of target language using an inductive approach


Ss are given guided discovery sheets.

  • PW

  • Pair checking. Change the partner and check.

Guided discovery sheets

PW

15 min

6. Feedback / Language clarification

To find out answers and clarify problem areas on meaning, pronunciation and form where necessary


Ss are given answer sheets.

  • Pair checking

  • Feedback. T asks the questions.

  1. When can we use the Past Continuous?

  2. What auxiliary verbs do we use?

  3. Where is the meaning part?

  4. When there are 2 actions, which is the Past Continuous, longer or shorter one?

Guided discovery answer sheets

PW

T-Ss

7 min









Stage/Stage aim(s)



(what is the reason for the stage?)

Procedure

Material

Interaction Type

(IW, PW, T-SS, Mingle, GW,)

Time

7. Controlled practice of target language

To provide students with practice at using target language in a controlled way

1) To drill the form of target language

2) To drill the meaning of the target language

1) Running dictation. Ss are divided into 2 teams. They run to read the sentence, and then run back to write it down.



I was baking the pie at 3 p.m. yesterday.

Ana was playing tennis at 7 p.m. last Saturday.

Mike and Stan were studying French at 9 a.m. yesterday.



George was waiting for the bus at 4 p.m. yesterday.

You were watching the movie at 10 p.m. last Friday.

I was driving the car at 11:30 a.m. yesterday.

  • GW

  • Feedback: Flipchart 3.



2) p. 158, ex. 8

  • IW

  • Pair checking

  • Feedback (oral)

Running dictation cards

Flipchart 3

Handouts 3 (T. Ayapova, English 7, p. 158, ex. 8)

GW

IW

PW

10 min


8. Less-controlled practice of target language

To provide students with practice at using target language in a less-controlled way


Ss are given 2 sets of cards. Pick up 1 card from each pile and make a sentence about the past, using the Past Continuous and the Past Simple.

Read the door bell (ring)

Wash up dishes Mom (come)

Watch TV my mobile phone (ring)

Cook the message (come)

Talk on the phone something (fall)

Play computer games (hear) a loud noise

  • PW

  • Feedback. Elicit the answers from some of Ss.

Sets of cards


PW

7 min






a) Arnold Platt was born in Manchester, England, on 30 July 1966. He wanted to be a movie star. In 1986, he moved to London, while he was living there he worked as a waiter in a pizza restaurant in Soho, near the headquarters of some big film companies. Eventually, he got a walk-on part in a film called “Road to Ruin” (1991). It was his first and last film part. He went back to Manchester. While he was living there he trained to be an accountant.


b) Jean-Claude Van Damme was born in Brussels, Belgium, in 1961. His father encouraged him to learn Karate. At the age of eighteen, he opened his own gymnasium. He won the European Professional Karate middleweight championship title. In 1981 he went to Los Angeles. He decided to work in films. He spoke no English and supported himself by working as a taxi driver and pizza delivery man. In 1985 he appeared in his first film.




a) Arnold Platt was born in Manchester, England, on 30 July 1966. He wanted to be a movie star. In 1986, he moved to London, while he was living there he worked as a waiter in a pizza restaurant in Soho, near the headquarters of some big film companies. Eventually, he got a walk-on part in a film called “Road to Ruin” (1991). It was his first and last film part. He went back to Manchester. While he was living there he trained to be an accountant.


b) Jean-Claude Van Damme was born in Brussels, Belgium, in 1961. His father encouraged him to learn Karate. At the age of eighteen, he opened his own gymnasium. He won the European Professional Karate middleweight championship title. In 1981 he went to Los Angeles. He decided to work in films. He spoke no English and supported himself by working as a taxi driver and pizza delivery man. In 1985 he appeared in his first film.




a) Arnold Platt was born in Manchester, England, on 30 July 1966. He wanted to be a movie star. In 1986, he moved to London, while he was living there he worked as a waiter in a pizza restaurant in Soho, near the headquarters of some big film companies. Eventually, he got a walk-on part in a film called “Road to Ruin” (1991). It was his first and last film part. He went back to Manchester. While he was living there he trained to be an accountant.


b) Jean-Claude Van Damme was born in Brussels, Belgium, in 1961. His father encouraged him to learn Karate. At the age of eighteen, he opened his own gymnasium. He won the European Professional Karate middleweight championship title. In 1981 he went to Los Angeles. He decided to work in films. He spoke no English and supported himself by working as a taxi driver and pizza delivery man. In 1985 he appeared in his first film.



a) Arnold Platt was born in Manchester, England, on 30 July 1966. He wanted to be a movie star. In 1986, he moved to London, while he was living there he worked as a waiter in a pizza restaurant in Soho, near the headquarters of some big film companies. Eventually, he got a walk-on part in a film called “Road to Ruin” (1991). It was his first and last film part. He went back to Manchester. While he was living there he trained to be an accountant.


b) Jean-Claude Van Damme was born in Brussels, Belgium, in 1961. His father encouraged him to learn Karate. At the age of eighteen, he opened his own gymnasium. He won the European Professional Karate middleweight championship title. In 1981 he went to Los Angeles. He decided to work in films. He spoke no English and supported himself by working as a taxi driver and pizza delivery man. In 1985 he appeared in his first film.

a. I saw/was seeing a very good programme on TV last night.

b. How did you cut/were you cutting your finger?

c. Last week the police stopped/were stopping John in his car because he travelled/was travelling at over eighty miles an hour.

d. I cooked/was cooking and I dropped the knife.

e. While I shopped/was shopping this morning I lost/was losing my money. I don’t know how.



a. I saw/was seeing a very good programme on TV last night.

b. How did you cut/were you cutting your finger?

c. Last week the police stopped/were stopping John in his car because he travelled/was travelling at over eighty miles an hour.

d. I cooked/was cooking and I dropped the knife.

e. While I shopped/was shopping this morning I lost/was losing my money. I don’t know how.



a. I saw/was seeing a very good programme on TV last night.

b. How did you cut/were you cutting your finger?

c. Last week the police stopped/were stopping John in his car because he travelled/was travelling at over eighty miles an hour.

d. I cooked/was cooking and I dropped the knife.

e. While I shopped/was shopping this morning I lost/was losing my money. I don’t know how.



a. I saw/was seeing a very good programme on TV last night.

b. How did you cut/were you cutting your finger?

c. Last week the police stopped/were stopping John in his car because he travelled/was travelling at over eighty miles an hour.

d. I cooked/was cooking and I dropped the knife.

e. While I shopped/was shopping this morning I lost/was losing my money. I don’t know how.



a. I saw/was seeing a very good programme on TV last night.

b. How did you cut/were you cutting your finger?

c. Last week the police stopped/were stopping John in his car because he travelled/was travelling at over eighty miles an hour.

d. I cooked/was cooking and I dropped the knife.

e. While I shopped/was shopping this morning I lost/was losing my money. I don’t know how.


a. I saw/was seeing a very good programme on TV last night.

b. How did you cut/were you cutting your finger?

c. Last week the police stopped/were stopping John in his car because he travelled/was travelling at over eighty miles an hour.

d. I cooked/was cooking and I dropped the knife.

e. While I shopped/was shopping this morning I lost/was losing my money. I don’t know how.


a. I saw/was seeing a very good programme on TV last night.

b. How did you cut/were you cutting your finger?

c. Last week the police stopped/were stopping John in his car because he travelled/was travelling at over eighty miles an hour.

d. I cooked/was cooking and I dropped the knife.

e. While I shopped/was shopping this morning I lost/was losing my money. I don’t know how.

I was baking the pie at 3 p.m. yesterday.



Ana was playing tennis at 7 p.m. last Saturday.



Mike and Stan were studying French at 9 a.m. yesterday.



George was waiting for the bus at 4 p.m. yesterday.



You were watching the movie at 10 p.m. last Friday.



I was driving the car at 11:30 a.m. yesterday.






1. Jean Claude Van Damme and Arnold Platt are the same age.

2. They are both from Belgium.

3. They both moved to other cities when they were 20.

4. Both Jean-Claude and Arnold worked as taxi drivers.

5. They both wanted to be actors.

6. They made their film debuts in the same year.

7. They both learned Karate.


1. Jean Claude Van Damme and Arnold Platt are the same age.

2. They are both from Belgium.

3. They both moved to other cities when they were 20.

4. Both Jean-Claude and Arnold worked as taxi drivers.

5. They both wanted to be actors.

6. They made their film debuts in the same year.

7. They both learned Karate.


1. Jean Claude Van Damme and Arnold Platt are the same age.

2. They are both from Belgium.

3. They both moved to other cities when they were 20.

4. Both Jean-Claude and Arnold worked as taxi drivers.

5. They both wanted to be actors.

6. They made their film debuts in the same year.

7. They both learned Karate.


1. Jean Claude Van Damme and Arnold Platt are the same age.

2. They are both from Belgium.

3. They both moved to other cities when they were 20.

4. Both Jean-Claude and Arnold worked as taxi drivers.

5. They both wanted to be actors.

6. They made their film debuts in the same year.

7. They both learned Karate.


1. Jean Claude Van Damme and Arnold Platt are the same age.

2. They are both from Belgium.

3. They both moved to other cities when they were 20.

4. Both Jean-Claude and Arnold worked as taxi drivers.

5. They both wanted to be actors.

6. They made their film debuts in the same year.

7. They both learned Karate.


1. Jean Claude Van Damme and Arnold Platt are the same age.

2. They are both from Belgium.

3. They both moved to other cities when they were 20.

4. Both Jean-Claude and Arnold worked as taxi drivers.

5. They both wanted to be actors.

6. They made their film debuts in the same year.

7. They both learned Karate.


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