The educational aim: to review all the grammar materials and vocabulary, give information about idioms, do some logical exercises.
The developing aim: to develop pupil’s mind and imagination, to organize pupil’s activities in reading, writing, asking and answering.
The cultural aim: Teach them to love and respect our Motherland.
The type of the lesson: demonstration
The method of the lesson: interactive
Visual aids: cards, pictures and internet materials
The procedure of the lesson.
-Good morning pupils!
-Good morning teacher!
-How are you?
-We are fine!
2. Psychological training.
How clever of you! I think you can be a good doctor. Look at the blackboard; you see there is a tree. I hope you are in light-head as fresh fruits of the tree. I think you will never set back as tree growing in the mountain.
3. Checking homework.
Exercise3 on p.p. 97
To write questions with should for the answers giving here.
1. Which bus should I take?
I think you should take bus №3.
What should I do if I had a headache?
I think you should consult your doctor first.
What should I take?
Pack some T-shirts, a pair of jeans and swimsuit.
Should I take a camera to our journey?
Yes, you should bring your camera with you.
I think he come bothering me
Why should he come bothering you when he is not invented?
4. Completing the diagram.
5. Finding the proverb.
6.Finding the unnecessary word from the table.
7.Making a conclusion for last lesson.
-What we have learned from the last lessons?
-The negative adjective prefixes, how to express advice, the usage of «used to», proverbs.
The main part of the lesson.
1. Introducing the new words.
Master [mǽstə]-бошлиқ, эга
Law [l :] – қонун
Lost [l st]- йуқотмоқ
Fortune [f tju:n]- омад
Admiration [ǽdmıreıЅn]- хавас
Penniless [ penılıs]- пулсиз, бечора
Reading and translating the text.
Place of Birth
Place of Death
Born in Paris, of Irish ancestry, Somerset Maugham was to lead a fascinating life and would become famous for his mastery of short evocative stories that were often set in the more obscure and remote areas of the British Empire. Suffering from a bad stammer, he received a classic public school education at King's school in Canterbury, Kent. Rather more unconventionally he studied at Heidelburg university where he read philosophy and literature. He then studied in London, eventually qualifying as a surgeon at St Thomas's hospital. He conducted his year's medical practice in the slums of the East End. It was here that he found material for his first, rather lurid, novel Liza of Lambeth in 1897 and much of the material for his critically acclaimed autobiographical novel Of Human Bondage although this wasn't to be published until 1915.
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) was born in Dublin, the son of a civil servant. His education was irregular, due to his dislike of any organized training. After working in an estate agent's office for a while he moved to London as a young man (1876), where he established himself as a leading music and theatre critic in the eighties and nineties and became a prominent member of the Fabian Society, for which he composed many pamphlets. He began his literary career as a novelist; as a fervent advocate of the new theatre of Ibsen (The Quintessence of Ibsenism, 1891) he decided to write plays in order to illustrate his criticism of the English stage. His earliest dramas were called appropriately Plays Pleasant and Unpleasant (1898). Among these, Widower's Houses and Mrs. Warren's Profession savagely attack social hypocrisy, while in plays such as Arms and the Man and The Man of Destiny the criticism is less fierce. Shaw's radical rationalism, his utter disregard of conventions, his keen dialectic interest and verbal wit often turn the stage into a forum of ideas, and nowhere more openly than in the famous discourses on the Life Force, «Don Juan in Hell», the third act of the dramatization of woman's love chase of man, Man and Superman (1903).
3. Doing written exercise.
Translate and mind the sequence of tenses.
1. Она сказала мне, что она знает два иностранных языка.-She told me that she knew two foreign languages.
2. Я не знал, что кто-то ждет вас в этой комнате.-I didn’t know that someone was waiting for you.
3. Он спросил нас сколько новых слов мы выучили из того текста.-He asked us how much new words we observe from the text.
4. Он не может сказать по английский когда он родился. -He can’t say in English when he was born.
5.Отец сказал что наши друзья приедут в субботу.-Father said that our friends would come on Saturday.
6. Родители думали что врач немедленно осмотрит ребенка.-Parents thought that the doctor check the baby at once.
7. Отец сказал что мы будем делать в субботу.-Father said what we would do on Saturday.
4. Physical minute.
-I see you are so tired, let’s relax!
Put your fingers among your cheeks and massage it. Then snap your hands.
5. Explaining the idioms.
An idiom is a commonly used expression which cannot be understood simply by knowing the meaning of each word.
Take it on the lamb
flee in a hurry
Poor Rich has always had his problems with the police.
When he found out that they were after him again, he had to take it on the lamb.
In order to avoid being caught and thrown in jail, he was forced to flee in a great hurry.
Horse of a different color
quiet a different matter.
Eric likes to play jokes on his friends, but he makes sure that nobody is hurt by any of his pranks.
A prank that hurts someone is a horse of a different color!
Being playful is one thing, but hurting someone by one's prank is quite a different matter.
Cat got your tongue.
Come on, Connie! Tell us what you think about our little ride down the rapids yesterday.
Wasn't it exciting?
What's the matter? Cat got your tongue?
If you must know, I'm keeping quiet because I was scared out of my wits!
Get in Someone's Hair
- Children.! Would you please stop making so much. noise! And for heaven's sake, pick up your clothes and toys!
It's hard enough trying to keep this house clean without your throwing your things all over the place!
- Clara, I know that the children get in your hair, but you should try not to let it upset you so much.
- Listen, Jim. I can't help it. The children bother me and make me very angry when they're so noisy and messy.
Shoot off one's moth
express one's opinions loudly
Jim doesn't play tennis very much, but he's always shooting off his mouth about how good he is.
Yet he's fooling nobody.
Jim is somewhat of a braggart and everyone knows that he gives opinions without knowing all the facts and talks as if he knew everything about the game.
Jump down someone's throat
become angry with someone
That's it, Greg! You'd better not come in after midnight again tonight.
I know, dad. You don't have to jump down my throat!
I told you that I'd make it home around 11:50.I don't intend to be late!
Well, you've said that before and in you come at 2:50 in the morning.
You can't blame me for getting angry and scolding you. I've got good reason.
6. Solving the intuitive cards.
-Your homework is exercise on page 99, to answer the questions following the text.
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