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Which is faster? The 6th “A” form
* Brainstorming activity
Fast Intelligent Dangerous strong
Grammar practice Activity 2 A tortoise is ……….than a snail. 2. A cheetah is the ………land animal. 3. A cobra is …………………than a scorpion. 4. A mosquito is the ……………………insect. 5. A dog is …………………….than a mouse. 6. A chimpanzee is ………………..animal. 7. A camel is ……………….than a horse. 8. An elephant is the ……………animal.
Song “The more we get together”
Mini test 1. Are you the taller/tallest student in your class? 2. Are you taller/tallest than your friend? 3. Is your friend better /best at Maths than you? 4. Who is the better/best at Maths in your class? 5. Are mice the more intelligent/most intelligent than dogs? 6. What is the more intelligent /most intelligent animal in the world? *
* Answer the following questions : Tom is taller than Richard. Richard is taller than Fred. Which of the boys is the tallest? Which is the shortest? 2. It is hotter in Athens than it is in London. It is not as hot in Oslo as it is in London. Which of the three cities is the hottest? Which is the coldest? 3. A train goes faster than a ship but not so fast as an airplane. Which is the fastest ? Which is the slowest?
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Theme: Which is faster?
Aims of the lesson: 1) review the usage of degrees of comparison by comparing
animals, practice pupils’ knowledge in oral speech, teach
them to tell their opinions in English
2) develop pupils’ skills in monologue and dialogue speech,
develop their memory and teach them to be quick.
3) bring up pupils to treat animals kindly and help always each
other, respect older people.
Visual aids: cards, animal quiz, a test, pictures of animals, cinquain,
brainstorming activity, student’s book of Hot Spot 2.
The type of the lesson: summary, revision and training lesson.
The methods: individual and pair work.
The connection with other subjects: Kazakh, Russian, biology
The procedure of the lesson:
Greeting. Checking attendance. Listen to the report of the pupil on duty. Talking about today’s weather.
Before beginning our lesson let’s play a game “ London bridge” and today’s our password will be “big” and “small.” Two pupils will be the London bridge and the other pupils will cross the bridge saying one of these passwords in turns and take the cards. Now look at the other side of your cards and there are the pictures of wild and domestic animals. So the pupils with cards of wild animals will sit at this table and with domestic animals will sit at that table.
So according to this game the class is divided into two groups.
Checking up the homework.
Brainstorming activity. Hot potato game.
Pupils name as many animals as they can in turns. So you know a lot of animals in English. Good job!
So today’s our new theme is “ Which is faster?” Today we are going to test your knowledge of the animal world by comparing them. I’ll introduce the pupils with some new adjectives.
Fast [fast] intelligent [ in'telidƷǝnt] dangerous ['deindƷǝrǝs] strong [stroŋ]
Pupils are acquainted with animals by showing pictures with their names at the bottom of the pictures.
Then pupils compare animals by looking at the pictures in Animal quiz activity 1 in the student’s book. After doing this exercise they listen to the CD and check their answers. They write the answers on the inter active board.
Time of rest.
I think you are tired . Let’s have a little rest and sing a song “ Get more together”
Let’s listen to Annie and Billy. Pupils listen to the dialogue between Annie and Billy and they continue the dialogue using the words in the table.
In order to check how they’ve learned today’s material they’ll do mini test.
1. Are you the taller/tallest student in your class?
2. Are you taller/tallest than your friend?
3. Is your friend better /best at Maths than you?
4. Who is the better/best at Maths in your class?
5. Are mice the more intelligent/most intelligent than dogs?
6. What is the more intelligent /most intelligent animal in the world?
Pupils write the cinquain about the animals.
For example: a dog
Runs, jumps, barks
I have a dog.
IX.Answer the questions.
In order to fasten their knowledge on the adjectives and their comparatives they answer the following questions:
Tom is taller than Richard. Richard is taller than Fred. Which of the boys is the tallest? Which is the shortest?
It is hotter in Athens than it is in London. It is not as hot in Oslo as it is in
London. Which of the three cities is the hottest? Which is the coldest?
A train goes faster than a ship but not so fast as an airplane. Which is the
fastest ? Which is the slowest?
X.Conclusion. Giving marks. Setting a homework.
Homework. Write a quiz about animals, people and things.
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