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Методическая разработка урока английского языка на тему "Внешность"

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  1. Lesson Plan


Course-book “Brilliant 3” by Yuliya Komarova, Irina Larionova, Jeanne Perrett,

Unit 3 “He’s got two legs”, Lesson 1


Aim: By the end of the lesson the pupils will be able to describe the people’s appearance.


Skills: to develop listening and speaking skills


New Language: leg, tail, arm,


Revision: vocabulary – parts of the body, colours


Grammar structures – He/She/It has got… He/She/It hasn’t got…


Stage

Aim

Teacher Does/Says

Pupils Do/Say

Comments




5 min

Warm-up


To revise parts of the body





To revise colours


Says the parts of the body: hands, hair, eyes, mouth, nose, foot (feet)





Says a colour : brown, grey, blue, green, black, red, white






Match words to the corresponding parts of the body





Wave a hand if you have got eyes or hair of this colour






There is a picture of the boy. Words are jumbled up on the board




10 min

Pre-stage


To introduce the topic









To revise the grammar structures











To introduce the new words


Refers to the verbs on the board.

Asks: What will you do today?

Today you will play a game, listen to the descriptions, draw pictures and speak.”



Refers to the boy and the goat on the board.

Let’s play the game “YES/NO”!

Says:

He has got red hair!”



He has got blue eyes!”






The boy has got two legs!” (shows)

The goat has got two legs!’



The goat has got a tail!” (shows)

The boy has got a tail!”


The boy has got two arms!” (shows)

The goat has got two arms!”








Choose the verbs: play, draw, listen, speak








Play the game





No! He hasn’t got red hair! He has got brown hair!”

Yes!”







Yes!”

No! It hasn’t got two legs! It has

got four legs!”


Yes!”


No! He hasn’t got a tail.”

Yes!”


No! The goat hasn’t got two arms. It has got four legs!”



There are some verbs written on the board (dance, play, draw, fly, listen, jump, speak).




Use the picture of the boy on the board.










And add the picture of the goat on the board.


PT pause










Pre-stage










To rest











To predict the task






To give the instruction


Says the words and shows the actions:

Hands on hips, hands on knees

Put them behind you, if you please.

Touch your shoulders,

Touch your nose

Touch your ears and touch your toes.


Says:

You are going to listen to the

descriptions of two pirates. What will be in the descriptions?”


Explains the activity: Open your books, listen to the CD

and point two pirates whose appearance matches to the description




Perform the actions











Say the words according with the descriptions of the pirates




Open their books and get ready to listen to the descriptions













Teacher may write what pupils say on

the board.




Use the course-book


10 min

While-stage



To develop listening skills for detail.


Plays CD





Listen to the CD and point out the two pirates






15 min

Post-stage







To check understanding




To develop speaking








To personalise


Says:

Compare your answers in pairs.”



Says to describe all the pirates. Provides models: His eyes are …

His nose is …





Asks pupils which pirate they like best

Asks pupils to draw the pirate they like


Compare their answers





One group of pupils describes one of the pirates.






Give their opinions.


Draw a pirate from memory and tell the class about him.


Go around and see if answers are the same.


Divide pupils into four groups.








Hand out the paper sheets.

Show the display to the pupils in other classes






  1. Post-lesson reflection note:

  1. My lesson is based on developing speaking and listening skills.

I used the course-book “Brilliant 3”, CD and pictures.

The types of intelligences used at the lesson: linguistic,

visual, auditory, bodily, interpersonal, intrapersonal.

The students are at the age of nine or ten and

they enjoy learning English.

  1. I tried to develop accuracy (grammar and vocabulary),

connected speech and fluency.

  1. The main task was to tell the classmates

about the pirate (to describe his appearance).

  1. The children didn’t have any difficulties.

  2. I think that they liked the lesson because

they were in the good mood, smiled,

laughed and described their pirates with great pleasure.




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