Theme: British beliefes
Білімділік: Жаңа мәтінмен жұмыс істеу арқылы модальды етісітіктерге шолу жасау
Дамытушылық: Сөйлеу тілін дамыту
Тәрбиелілігі: Оқушылардың ой-өрісін кеңейту
Eequipments: blackboard, book, pictures, interactive board, cards.
PROCEDURE OF THE LESSON
I. Preparatory stage – Organization moment:
1. Greeting: - Good morning, pupils!
- How are you today?
- Who is on duty today?
- What date is it today?
- What day is it today?
- Who is absent?
- What was your home task?
II. Warming-up activity: In order to involve them to show a short performance and ask what they understood from that.
III. To check up pupils’ home task. They had to write about places they would like to visit.
I’d like to visit ___________________________ because ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
1. Superstition наным-сенім
Pinch бір шымшым
Contradictory кері, қарама-қарсылық
An umbrella қолшатыр
2. Exercise 11. Read the text about the superstitions below and put the modal verbs under the appropriate headings.
● You must not open an umbrella inside a house for it may bring bad luck to you.
Two women should not pour tea from the same tea pot unless they want to have a baby.
It is believed that one will have a baby less than a year later.
• If you are asked for the salt at the table, you must not hand it to the other
person. You must put it down on the table in front of them.
^You ought not to light three cigarettes with the same match; the last person will have bad luck.
You should not put shoes on the table; there might be an argument in the house before long.
When you spill salt on the table, you must throw three pinches of salt over your left shoulder immediately.
When you have to go back home after you have started a journey (because you have forgotten something), you must not leave immediately. You'd better / You had better sit down and count to ten, or from seven backwards, if you don't want to have an accident.
♦ You ought to tie an old shoe to the back of the car in which a newly-married couple are leaving for their honeymoon because it will bring them good luck.
• You needn't worry so much about superstitions because they are often
To revise the Grammar
Must [mʌst] модальді етістігі жүктелген міндетті, тыйым салынған немесе қатаң түрде бекітілген нұсқауды, бұйрықты айтып жеткізу кезінде қолданылады. Must етістігінің болымсыз түрі: mus not [mʌsnt].
Students must pass an entrance examination — Студенттер қабылдау емтиханынан өтулері керек.
May [meı]/ Might [maıt] — ықтималдылықты (болуы мүмкін), рұқсат сұрауды немесе рұқсат беруді білдіретін модальді етістік. Өткен шақта may және might екеуін де қолдана беруге болады.
Possibility (ықтималдылық). — He may be in the garden (Мүмкін, ол бақшада болар)
Your socks might be in the bathroom (Сенің шұлықтарың жуынатын (вана) бөлмеде болуы мүмкін).
Can модальді етістігі қазақшаға сөзбе-сөз аударылмайды. Мағыналық тұрғыдан қарастырсақ, бір істі, әрекетті істеуге мүмкіншіліктің болуын білдіреді.
I can speak English — Мен ағылшынша сөйлей аламын.
3. Let’s try to show these superstitions in short performances.
4. Exercise 12. Put the modal verbs you have come across in the text under the appropriate column.
Obligation and necessity
Mild obligation and advice
1. Exercise 2. Now, stand up! All of you have a sentence under your chair. Take it and match it to the appropriate picture. The pictures are on the blackboard.
May I answer? If you want to get a job you mustn’t
be late to an interview
2. Exercise 3. Let’s play a game. For that I’ll divide you into two groups. I’ll give you a short text or a conversation and from that you must find a sentence with the Modal verb.
A: What are you doing?
B: I am going to go to the shop.
A: What will you buy?
B: I must buy some food. We have nothing for dinner.
A: Take the second turning on the left and then ask again.
B: Is it far?
A: No, you can walk it under ten minutes.
B: Thanks very much.
A: It’s pleasure.
A: You look tired. What’s the matter?
B: It’s been a very hard week.
A: You should have a good rest during the weekend.
My Arabic was fluently when we lived in Morocco. But after we moved back to Canada, I had very little exposure to the language and forgot almost everything I knew as a child. Now, I can just say a few things in the language.
Star light, star bright
The first star I see tonight
I wish I may, I wish I might
Have the wish I wish tonight
1. To conclude the lesson. Let’s make our sums of the lesson. How do you understand the meaning of the proverb: “Every country has its custom”
To give the home task: Exercise 4, page 136. Find the modal verbs in the text and speak about the meanings.
a) the sentences with the modal verb “must” in the text. They are five.
b) one sentence with the modal verb “might”.
c) one sentence with the modal verb “may”.
d) the sentences with the modal verb “should”. They are two.
e) the sentences with the modal verb “ought”. They are two.
f) one sentence with “have two”, one sentence with “need”, one sentence with “ ’d better/ had better”.
2. Marking pupils’ achievements.
You were very active. I’m glad to have such lesson.
… you were excellent.
… you were good and…
… you were a bit passive thank you. The lesson is over.
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