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Урок по английскому языку «Sports Day»

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Plan of the lesson

Theme: Sports Day

Aims:

Educational: to develop pupils’ speaking, reading and listening skills

Developing: to develop pupils’ skills in oral speech and reading

to develop pupils’ interest by the subject of English

Visual aids: pictures, tables, cards

Grammar: Past Simple Tense

Vocabulary: sports; distances; everyday activities

Optional materials: a soft ball/crumpled newspaper


Procedure of the lesson

I Organization moment

II. Warm up.

Students to stand in a circle to play a game of hot potato.

Name a category: Sports and throw a soft ball or a crumpled newspaper to a random student. The student has 10 seconds to name any sport, e.g. volleyball and then throws the ball/newspaper to another student who names a different sport and so on. If someone cannot name a sport within the allotted time or they repeat the sport already mentioned, they are out of the game. Time limit of three minutes.

III. Vocabulary

Students looks at the words in the box and listen as you play the CD. Then they try to match the words with the pictures in Activity 2. They should make guesses about new vocabulary. Students work individually on the task and then compare their answers in pairs.

swimming race javelin

100-metre race long jump

obstacle course



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IV. Presentation

Listen and read. Why is Charlie unhappy?

Charlie: Hello.

Mel: Hi Charlie! How was Sports day?

Charlie: Oh, not so good. What a disaster!

Mel: But you’re really good at sport! What happened?

Charlie: I ran fast and I won the 100-metre race.

Mel: Brilliant!

Charlie: My team swam well in the swimming race.

We didn’t win, but we got a medal.

Mel: Cool!

Charlie: I threw the javelin 28 metres and everyone cheered.

Mel: Well done!

Charlie: I jumped 4.8 metres and I broke the school long jump record!

Mel: Wow, Charlie, that’s amazing!

Charlie: The last race was the obstacle course.

I didn’t see the rope and I fell over…….


V. Comprehension.

Students listen and read the dialogue in Activity2 again to find the answers to the questions. Play the CD.

Students compare their answers in pairs.

  1. In which sport did Charlie win a medal?

  2. How far did Charlie throw the javelin?

  3. How far did Charlie jump?

  4. What was the last race?

  5. What happened to Charlie in the last race?

Answer key:

  1. swimming

  2. 28 metres

  3. 4.8 metres

  4. The obstacle course

  5. He twisted his ankle and broke his arm

VI Grammar practice

Past Simple

The simple past expresses an action in the past taking place once, never, several times. It can also be used for actions taking place one after another or in the middle of another action.

Exceptions in Spelling when Adding ‘ed’

Exceptions in spelling when adding ed

Example

after a final e only add d

love – loved

final consonant after a short, stressed vowel
or 
l as final consonant after a vowel is doubled

admit – admitted
travel – travelled

final y after a consonant becomes i

hurry – hurried


Use of Simple Past

  • action in the past taking place once, never or several times

Example: He visited his parents every weekend.

  • actions in the past taking place one after the other

Example: He came in, took off his coat and sat down.

  • action in the past taking place in the middle of another action

Example: When I was having breakfast, the phone suddenly rang.

  • if sentences type II (If I talked, …)

Example: If I had a lot of money, I would share it with you.

Signal Words of Simple Past

  • yesterday, 2 minutes ago, in 1990, the other day, last Friday


ex. 8 Use the past simple of the verbs in brackets to complete Mel’s diary.

Last Saturday _______ (visit) Charlie and then we _______ (go) to the new café in town for lunch. After lunch, I _______ (buy) some trainers and Charlie _______ (get) a DVD of his favourite film. Then we _________ (go) to Charlie house and __________ (watch) the DVD.

Answer key:

  1. visited

  2. went

  3. bought

  4. got

  5. went

  6. watched

VII Speaking

  1. Students read the questions and write true answers in note form about their last weekend. Time limit of four minutes.

  2. In, pairs, students ask and answer the questions from Activity 6a to find out about each other’s weekends.


Did you buy anything?

What did you buy?

Did you read a book or a magazine?

Did you watch TV?

What did you watch?

Did you visit a friend/a relative?

What did you talk about?

Did you do your homework?


Homework suggestions

  1. Activity Book page 13, Activities 4-5

  2. Students imagine that last weekend was their dream weekend. They write at least six sentences about what they did, using Activity 8 as a model.





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Plan of the lesson

Theme: Sports Day

Aims:Educational: to develop pupils speaking, reading and listening skills

Developing: to develop pupils skills in oral speech and readingto develop pupils interest by the subject of EnglishVisual aids: pictures, tables, cards

Grammar: Past Simple Tense

Vocabulary: sports; distances; everyday activities

Optional materials: a soft ball/crumpled newspaper

"Procedure of the lesson

I Organization moment

II. Warm up.

Students to stand in a circle to play a game of hot potato.Name a category: Sports and throw a soft ball or a crumpled newspaper to a random student. The student has 10 seconds to name any sport, e.g. volleyball and then throws the ball/newspaper to another student who names a different sport and so on.

If someone cannot name a sport within the allotted time or they repeat the sport already mentioned, they are out of the game. Time limit of three minutes.

III. Vocabulary

Students looks at the words in the box and listen as you play the CD. Then they try to match the words with the pictures in Activity

2. They should make guesses about new vocabulary. Students work individually on the task and then compare their answers in pairs.IV.

PresentationListen and read. Why is Charlie unhappy?

Charlie: Hello.

Mel: Hi Charlie! How was Sports day?

Charlie: Oh, not so good. What a disaster!

Mel: But youre really good at sport! What happened?

Charlie: I ran fast and I won the 100-metre race.

Mel: Brilliant!

Charlie: My team swam well in the swimming race.We didnt win, but we got a medal.

M. Comprehension.Students listen and read the dialogue in Activity2 again to find the answers to the questions. Play the CD.Students compare their answers in pairs.1. In which sport did Charlie win a medal?2. How far did Charlie throw the javelin?3. How far did Charlie jump?4. What was the last race?

5. What happened to Charlie in the last race?

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