Международный конкурс "Мириады открытий"
(конкурс сразу по 24 предметам за один оргвзнос)
Today is the 4thof December
The theme of the lesson: Growing up
The aim of the lesson:
Topic : growing up in different parts of the world.
Reading and listening: a text about a coming of age ceremony in Papua New Guinea,
a quiz about age limits,the origins of the coming of age ceremony.
Writing: about a special day in our country.
Grammar: present simple passive
Vocabulary: Describing a person’s age
The visual aids: pictures, cards, computers,CD
The form of the lesson: new lesson
The types of the lesson: consolidate.
The plan of the lesson:
The main part of the lesson:
a. Checking up the home task
b.Working with the text
c. Introduction of grammar material
d. Doing exercises
e. Working with the pictures
Giving the homework.
The procedure of the lesson
Organization moment: Good morning boys and girls. I’m glad to see you. Sit down, pleasе. If you are ready I’ll begin our lesson.
Who is on duty today?
Who is absent?
What day is it today?
What date is it today?
What is the weather like today?
Today we are going to discuss about a coming of age ceremony in Papua New Guinea, a quiz about age limits and how do we celebrate and what ages are special day in our country.
The main part of the lesson
Checking up the home task
Ex :1 p29. Complete this email from an American teen to a friend in the UK. Use the words in the box.
Ex:2 p29. Choose the correct answer.
Ex: 3 p29. Find the words in American English for the word in the box.
b .Working with the text
Ex:1( a) p40.Look at the blackboаrd , Where is the man in the picture from? What do you think he has got on his back?
1. Papua New Guinea
2. Boys are becoming men
Papua New Guinea is a country in Oceania, occupying the eastern half of the
Island of New Guinea and numerous offshore island. Its
Capital, and one of its few major cities, is Port Moresby.
The Sepik is the longest river on the island of New Guinea. It is one of the
great river systems of the world. It has a large catchment area and
includes swampland, tropical rainforests and mountains.
Biologically, the river system is possibly the largest
uncontaminated freshwater wetland system in the Asia-Pacific
Ex :1( b) CD1 T25 p40. Read the text again and listen. Answer the questions.
What is special about the place where the Niowra tribe lives?
What do the Niowra believe?
What is ‘ The Crocodile Nest’ and why do the boys go there?
What do the boys do during the ceremony?
How does a boy’s life change after the ceremony?
They are live near the river full of crocodiles.
They believe that crocodiles made the Earth and its people.
It is a hut. The boys go there to become men.
They think about their crocodile ‘mother and fathers’ and they play the drums.
He has adult responsibilities in the village.
c.Introduction of grammar material.
Present simple passive
We use the passive when it isn’t important who does the action, or when we don’t
know who does it.
To form the present simple passive, we use the present simple tense of the verb
To be + the past participle of the main verb.
These watches are made in Switzerland. ( we don’t know who makes them )
Jeans are made of denim.(it isn’t important who makes them).
Football is played in many countries.
Positive Negative Question Short answer
A boy is taken to a hut Bamboo isn’t used ---- bamboo used? Yes, it ----
The boys----taken there Knives----aren’t used ----knives used? No,they----
Ex :2(b) p41. Underline other examples of the present simple passive in the text on page40.
The boys are told; they are beaten; the crocodile men are given.
Ex :2(d) p41.Complete the sentences with the present simple passive form of the verb.
Millions of pizzas are eaten (eat) in the world every year.
How many emails are written (write) every day.
Chocolate is sold (sell) in almost every country in the world.
Rice isn’t grown (not grow) in England, but it is grown in Spain.
Are most emails sent (send) from home computer.
Ferrari cars are made in Italy.
Ex :2(e) p41. Rewrite the sentences. Use the present simple passive.
People make jeans in the USA.
Jeans are made in the USA
Someone picks up the litter every morning.
The litter is picked up every morning.
People cut down a lot of trees every year.
A lot of trees are cut down every year.
People waste too much water.
Too much water is wasted.
Postal workers deliver thousands of letters.
Thousands of letters are delivered by postal workers.
Do they make successful films in Hollywood?
Are successful films made in Hollywood?
Ex :2 (f) p41. Look up the picture. Makе sentences about the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games. Use the present simple passive.
Torch / take/ to the Olympic city
A torch is taken to the Olympic city
Flag / carry/ into the stadium
A flag is carried into the stadium.
Flame / light / with the torch
A flame is lit with the torch
Games /open / with a speech
The game are opened with a speech
e.Working with the picture.
Ex:3 (a) p42. These picture tell a story from Papua Guinea about a man and a crocodile.Work with a partner and try to guess the correct order. Write 1-6 in the boxes.
Ex: 3 (b) CD1 T26 p42. Listen to the story and check your answers.
One day a man called Batangnorang was walking by the river. It was a beautiful day and he felt very happy with life. Suddenly he heard a noise, and when he looked round he saw a crocodile going towards the river. The man hid behind a bush and to his amazement he saw that the crocodile was carring some gold back to his home, a hole in the river bank. Batangnorang wanted to get to the gold, so he thought of a plan. He went to find a tiger skin and some feather, put them on and then went into the hole. ‘If the crocodile sees me, it will think I’m an animal and not a man!’ Batangnorong said. When he went into the hole, he was relieved to see that the crocodile wasn’t there. But after a few minutes it suddenly came home. A crocodile has a good sense of smell, so it soon noticed Batangnorang’s smell. ‘ Is this a man or an animal?’ it thought. So the crocodile decided to give him a test –it gave Batangnorang some food that no human would normally ever eat.
Batangnorang realized that it was a test, and ate the food. The crocodile thought he was an animal and let him stay. A little while later Batangnorang pretended that he was leaving, but as he was going towards the door, he suddenly turned round and killed the crocodile with a spear. Then he took all the gold that he found in the crocodile’s home. And that’s why crocodiles and people have been enemies ever since.
f. Vocabulary. Describing a person’s age.
Ex: 4 (a) CD1 T27 p42. Match the words with the photos. Write 1-6 in the boxes. Then listen, check and repeat.
A young adult (d)
A child (f)
A teenager (b)
A baby (a)
A toddler (e)
A pensioner (c)
Giving the homework.
Ex: 4 (b) p42. Complete the sentences with your own ideas.
Ex : 4 (c) p42. Turn to page 113.Vocabulary bank.
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