Date: The 23rd of January
Grade: 5 a
Theme of the lesson: Whose T-shirt is this?
Aims of the lesson:
To give some information about the clothes and to teach pupils to talk about it
To develop pupils’ reading, speaking, thinking and memory
To keep pupils’ interest in learning English.
Materials for the lesson: pictures, a grammar table
Connection of the subjects: Kazakh
Outline of the lesson:
b) The duty’s report. Checking up the attendance.
II. Checking the homework:
Working with dialogues
IV. Teacher introduces the pupils with the theme and aims of the lesson.
Our theme in our lesson is “ Whose T-shirt is this?
Introduction of the vocabulary
Whose T-shirt is this?
Mrs. Evans: Colin, whose T-shirt is this?
Is it yours or Carol's?
Colin: It's not mine, it's Carol's.
Mrs. Evans: And whose jeans are these?
Are they yours, Carol?
Exercise 1. Listen and repeat.
Mrs. Evans: Whose T-shirt is this?
Colin: It's Carol's.
Exercise 3. Listen and repeat.
Mrs. Evans: Whose jeans are these?
Carol: They're Colin's.
Exercise 4. Talk to your friend about your things in the plural form.
Whose notebooks are these?
Exercise 5. Listen and repeat.
Mrs. Evans: Is this your T-shirt, Colin? Colin: No, it isn't mine. It's Carol's.
Exercise 6. Talk to your friend about your things.
Is this your book?
Yes, it's mine / No, it isn't mine. It's .
Exercise 7. Listen and repeat.
Mrs. Evans: Are these your jeans, Carol? Carol: No, they aren't mine. They're Colin's.
Exercise 8. Talk to your friends about your things in the plural form. Look al
Are these your notebooks?
Yes, they are. / No, they aren't mine. They are _
Exercise 9. Talk to your friend about Colin's, Carol's, Mr. and Mrs. Evans' Mill
a)— Whose sweater is this?
— It's Carol's.
b)— Whose trousers are these?
— They're Mr. Evans'.
c) — Is this Colin's T-shirt?
— Yes, it is.
d)— Are these Mr. Evans' trainers?
— No, they aren't. They're Colin's
VIII. Putting marks
IX. Giving homework