Grade: 7th grade Teacher: Duzelbaikyzy Ardak
Type of the lesson: open lesson
Practical aim: Generalization and systematization of knowledge of the subject.
Educational aim: to learn more about friendship.
Educative aim: To develop tolerant attitudes towards foreign languages by using reading, speaking;
Developing aim: To develop pupils’ linguistic and language skills through doing different tasks. And to develop student’s memory, logical and critical thinking.
To present new material about friendship;
Develop learner’s speaking skills.
Linguistic competence: vocabulary (new words)
Speech competence: writing, reading, speaking, listening.
Means of teaching: whiteboard, vocabulary, pictures, worksheets, presentation, video.
Beginning of the lesson
I. Organization moment.
- Good morning, dear students! I’m glad to see you. Welcome to English lesson! How are you today?
- Fine, thanks.
- I’m fine too. If you are ready, let’s begin our lesson.
-What day is it today?
-What date is it today?
-Who is absent?
-Children, what season is it now?
-What is the weather like today?
- Very good, today we are going to have a very interesting lesson about friendship.
-At first, let’s check our hometask. What was your hometask?
II. Warm up exercise:
-Ok, now look at the blackboard and read this tongue twister.
She sells seashells by the seashore.
The shells she sells are surely seashells.
-Ok, today we will just speak about friendship and develop our speech ok?!
-Now, look at this rule pictures “How to be a good friend?” Read please!
-How do you understand this word “Friend”?
-Who is your friend?
Exercise 1: Check “yes” or “no” if the following actions are what friend do or do not do.
Exercise 2: Tell me please, how could you show that you are a good friend?
Exercise 3: Ok, now tell me about “good friend” and “bad friend”? What do you think?
Exercise 4: Now there are given some friendship skills. And you must note only those items, which you agree. Please!
Exercise 1: Read this verse and translate, “How many friends should you have?”
Friendship is a priceless gift that can’t be bought or sold. Its value is far greater than a mountain made of gold. For gold is cold and lifeless, it can neither see or hear. And in the time of trouble, it is powerless to cheer. It has no ear to listen, no heart to understand. And it cannot lend a friend a loving, helpful hand. So when you ask God for gift, be thankful if he sends, Not diamonds, pearls of riches, but the love of real true friends.
Exercise 2: Read this verse by Kristen Smith “I can be a pal”
I can be a pal by smiling at you.
I can be a pal when you feel blue.
I can be a pal who is honest and kind,
I can be a pal when you’re in a bind.
I can be a pal by saying please and thank you
I can be a pal when no one wants to
I can be a pal every single day
I can be a pal what do you say?
I can read, I can write,
I can speak English too,
I love learning English
And what about you!
-Ok, let’s continue our exercises. Look at the whiteboard to exercise 5
-Now, we will watch one video. The video is called “How can be a good friend?”
-It is clear for you?
-Well, tell me what you understand, from your own words. Thank you.
-Ok in conclusion tell me please, what you have learned new?
-Today’s our lesson was very interesting, wasn’t it? You all were so active, you all were coped well with exercises and you all were able to express your opinions. Thank you very much
-Did you enjoy with our lesson?
H/t: Write essay about “Friendship” and about your true friend. Learn by heart “I can be a pal”
Thank you for attention!
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