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Урок – формирование грамматических навыков по теме «Числительные»

The theme: How to Read Numerals and Dates.

The Aim: формирование грамматических навыков учащихся

Tasks: 1. совершенствовать навык чтения и говорения

2. развивать грамматические навыки учащихся

3. познакомить детей с новым грамматическим правилом, с названиями столиц

англоговорящих стран

4. воспитать положительное отношение ко мнению других, аргументируя свою

точку зрения

The equipment: УМК, ТСО, плакат с числительными, рисунки столиц, карточки с числительными и датами.


Ход урока примечание

I

Introduction

Good afternoon, children. Sit down, please. Quiet, please! I’m waiting for you! I think we can start.

2 minutes

II

Warming – up

Who’s on duty today?, Lena how many people are absent? What is the date today? What is the weather like today, Lena? Ira, can you describe yourself in five words? Sasha, let’s count from 1 till 10. Thank you. Polina, count from 10 till 20. Well done. And now who can say in English – 35, 46, 75, 82, 93, 27? Very good. That’s all right.

5 minutes

III

Phonetic activities

And now let’s practice your sounds. Look at the blackboard. There are two sounds: [Ө] and [h]

a thousand hundred

three

thirty

Boys and girls, let′s read these words after me all together. And now, who wants to read the first (second) column.Vitya, will you? Please, you are welcome.

8 minutes

IV

Meeting with the theme. Motivation

Look at the blackboard. You can see the theme of our lesson: “How to Read Numerals and Dates.” Who can translate our theme? Nadya, can you translate? Thank you.

6 minutes

V

New grammar rule

Today we learn new grammar rule. We’ll study how to read numerals and dates. Look at the board, please. You can see a placard with numerals. Let’s listen to me and repeat after me all together. And now listen to these numerals once more on the tape.

- Listening:

100 – a (one) hundred

102 – a (one) hundred and two

135 - a (one) hundred and thirty-five

200 – two hundred

300 – three hundred

1,000 - a (one) thousand

1,001 - a (one) thousand and one

1,100 - a (one) thousand one hundred; eleven hundred

1,675 - a (one) thousand six hundred and seventy-five

2,000 – two thousand

2,358 - two thousand three hundred and fifty-eight

100,000 - a (one) hundred thousand

1,000,000 - a (one) million

1,000,000,000 - a (one) milliard or billion

1945 – nineteen forty-five

1812 – eighteen twelve

1700 – seventeen hundred

1904 - nineteen hundred and four (or nineteen oh four)

2000 - two thousand

Do you understand this rule? Do you have any questions? Shall I repeat it once more.

25 minutes






VI

Work with the exercise in the book

Well, you seem to have understood this rule. And now let’s make up some exercises. Open your books on p. 16 and find out ex. 37. We shall say the following numerals: 156, 234, 375, 408, 591, 639, 702, 871, 948; 1,000; 1,723; 1,093; 2,568; 3,000; 5,000,000.

Well, that’s all right. I see that this rule is not very difficult for you.

15 minutes


VII

Work with the board

And now everybody look at the blackboard, please. There are two columns. The first include the numerals and the second – their transcriptions. Your task is to match them.

11 [ә′h٨ndrid]

13 [′twenty]

18 [′nainti fo:]

20 [′Өз:ti ′Өri:]

33 [faiv ′Өauzәnd]

94 [ei′ti:n]

100 [Өз:′ti:n]

5,000 [i′levәn]

300,000 [Өri: ′h٨ndrid ′Өauzәnd]

10 minutes

VIII

Reading

Boys and girls now I want you to look at this side of the board. As you can see there are names of the capitals in the English speaking countries. (London, Washington, Ottawa, Wellington, Sydney and Moscow). Listen to me attentively. And now repeat after me all together. Well done. Masha, read all these capitals, please. Thank you. Look on p. 16 in your books, ex. 39. You should read the texts about these capitals. Each text contains the numerals. Be attentive when you’ll read them. Ira, read the first text, please. Well done. You have only one mistake in your reading. Thank you. The next text about Washington. Who wants to read.

25 minutes

IX

The conclusion of the lesson. Reflection.

Well, we have a couple of minutes left. We’ll finish for today. Let’s say what have you learnt from this lesson. Thank you. Your homework is to learn the rule, and do ex. 23, p. 30 in writing.

Your marks are… Pack your books up, children. It’s time for us to have a break now. Thank you for your work today. Goodbye, everybody.

3 minutes


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.Урок – формирование грамматических навыков по теме «Числительные» 

The theme: How to Read Numerals and Dates.

The Aim: формирование грамматических навыков учащихся

Tasks: 1. совершенствовать навык чтения и говорения           

2. развивать грамматические навыки учащихся           

3. познакомить детей с новым грамматическим правилом, с названиями столиц                англоговорящих стран           

4. воспитать положительное отношение ко мнению других, аргументируя свою                точку зрения

The equipment: УМК, ТСО, плакат с числительными, рисунки столиц, карточки с числительными и датами.

  Ход урока                                                                                       I Introduction

Good afternoon, children. Sit down, please. Quiet, please! I’m waiting for you! I think we can start. 2 minutes

II Warming – up

Who’s on duty today?, Lena how many people are absent? What is the date today? What is the weather like today, Lena? Ira, can you describe yourself in five words? Sasha, let’s count from 1 till 10. Thank you. Polina, count from 10 till 20. Well done. And now who can say in English – 35, 46, 75, 82, 93, 27? Very good. That’s all right. 5 minutes

III Phonetic activities

And now let’s practice your sounds. Look at the blackboard. There are two sounds: [Ө]        and       [h]               

a thousand           hundred                 three               thirty

Boys and girls, let′s read these words after me all together. And now, who wants to read the first (second) column.Vitya, will you? Please, you are welcome. 8 minutes

IV Meeting with the theme.Motivation

Look at the blackboard. You can see the theme of our lesson: “How to Read Numerals and Dates.” Who can translate our theme? Nadya, can you translate? Thank you. 6 minutes

V New grammar rule

Today we learn new grammar rule. We’ll study how to read numerals and dates. Look at the board, please. You can see a placard with numerals. Let’s listen to me and repeat after me all together. And now listen to these numerals once more on the tape.

- Listening:

100 – a (one) hundred

102 – a (one) hundred and two

135 - a (one) hundred and thirty-five

200 – two hundred

300 – three hundred

1,000 - a (one) thousand

1,001 - a (one) thousand and one

1,100 - a (one) thousand one hundred;eleven hundred

1,675 - a (one) thousand six hundred and seventy-five

2,000 – two thousand

2,358 - two thousand three hundred and fifty-eight

100,000 - a (one) hundred thousand

1,000,000 - a (one) million

1,000,000,000 - a (one) milliard or billion

1945 – nineteen forty-five

1812 – eighteen twelve

1700 – seventeen hundred

1904 - nineteen hundred and four (or nineteen oh four)

2000 -  two thousand

Do you understand this rule? Do you have any questions? Shall I repeat it once more.  25 minutes          

VI Work with the exercise in the book

Well, you seem to have understood this rule. And now let’s make up some exercises. Open your books on p. 16 and find out ex. 37.

We shall say the following numerals: 156, 234, 375, 408, 591, 639, 702, 871, 948; 1,000; 1,723; 1,093; 2,568; 3,000; 5,000,000.

Well, that’s all right. I see that this rule is not very difficult for you. 15 minutes  

VII Work with the board

And now everybody look at the blackboard, please. There are two columns. The first include the numerals and the second – their transcriptions. Your task is to match them..... 

 10 minutes

VIII Reading

Boys and girls now I want you to look at this side of the board. As you can see there are names of the capitals in the English speaking countries. (London, Washington, Ottawa, Wellington, Sydney and Moscow). Listen to me attentively. And now repeat after me all together. Well done. Masha, read all these capitals, please. Thank you. Look on p. 16 in your books, ex. 39. You should read the texts about these capitals. Each text contains the numerals. Be attentive when you’ll read them. Ira, read the first text, please. Well done. You have only one mistake in your reading. Thank you. The next text about Washington. Who wants to read. 25 minutes

IX The conclusion of the lesson. Reflection.

Well, we have a couple of minutes left. We’ll finish for today. Let’s say what have you learnt from this lesson. Thank you. Your homework is to learn the rule, and do ex. 23, p. 30 in writing. Your marks are… Pack your books up, children. It’s time for us to have a break now. Thank you for your work today. Goodbye, everybody. 3 minutes  

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