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“Outstanding people of Canada” урок английского языка в 10 классе


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Subject: English

Form: 10 «А»

Date:

The theme of the lesson: “Outstanding people of Canada”

The type of the lesson: combined

The aims of the lesson:

1. To introduce grammar material on theme “Past Tenses”, to introduce lexical material.

2. To bring up a wish to be polite.

3. To develop memory, mental activity, speech habits.

The equipment of the lesson: a table “Past tenses”, cards.

Literature: Ayapova “English-10”

The plan of the lesson

1. Organization moment

2. Speech drill

3. Checking up hometask

4. Revision of lexical material

5. Revision of grammar

6. Consolidation of lexical and grammar material

7. Conclusion of the lesson

8. Hometask


1. Organization moment

Greeting;

Setting aims of the lesson;

Marking absent and present pupils.

2. Speech drill

- What outstanding people of Kazakhstan do you know?

- What are they so famous?

3. Checking up hometask

Nature reserves and national parks of Canada” topic

4. Revision of lexical material

New words:

Outstanding, professor, singer, actor,.

5. Revision of grammar

Grammar: “Past Tenses”

Simple Past Tense

The Simple Past Tense, often just called the Past Tense, is easy to use in English.

How to form the Past Tense in English

The main rule is that for every verb in English, there is only one form of it in the past tense. 
(The exception is the Past tense of To Be, which has two forms: 
was and were)

For example: The past tense of the verb want is wanted.
Wanted is used as the past tense for all subjects/pronouns.

  • I wanted

  • You wanted

  • He wanted

  • She wanted

  • It wanted

  • We wanted

  • They wanted

Past Tense Regular Verbs

To change a regular verb into its past tense form, we normally add –ED to the end of the verb.

  • play – played

  • cook – cooked

  • rain – rained

  • wait – waited

Negative sentences in the Past Tense

We use didn't (did not) to make a negative sentence in the past tense. 
This is for regular AND irregular verbs in English. 
(Exception is 
To Be and Modal Verbs such as Can)

Compare the following:

Present: They don't live in Canada.
Past: They 
didn't live in Canada.

Examples of negative sentences in the Past Tense

  • didn't want to go to the dentist.

  • She didn't have time.

  • You didn't close the door.

Questions in the Past Tense

We use did to make a question in the past tense. 
This is for regular AND irregular verbs in English. 
(Exception is 
To Be and Modal Verbs such as Can)

Compare the following:

Present: Do they live in France?
Past: 
Did they live in France?

Compare the questions in the examples below:

Present: Do you need a doctor?
Past: 
Did you need a doctor?

Present: Do you ride your bike to work?
Doing ex. from cards

Test

6. Consolidation of lexical and grammar material

Doing ex. from WB

7. Conclusion of the lesson

Questions, mentions.

8. Hometask

Topic “Outstanding people of Canada” WB











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