Grade: 4”A” Date: 24.02.16
Theme: “The Prince and the Pauper” by Mark Twain
To develop students` reading comprehension
To develop listening and speaking skills
Objectives: By the end of the lesson students will be able to
Name the main heroes of the story
Define the main idea of the story
Use new words from the story to make sentences
Fly-high 4 Pupil`s Book (The extract from “The Prince and the Pauper” by Mark Twain)
Calling the roll
Checking up the homework (2-3 min)
Look at the cover of the book and say what you see and what it might be about
New words: palace poor beggar gates beg soldier rich servant cheap pauper
Procedure: Teacher presents new words by giving students prompts and making students guess the meanings of the words. Students open their copybooks and write new words down. Then, they make a glossary.
Synonym for “very poor, penniless”
He is beggar and he has no money
(Students guess that the word means «нищий»)
Listen to the story and read
Read and translate
Complete the tasks by answering the questions and make up a chart
Procedure: Students are divided in groups of six. Each student gets a task. After they have finished, they are to put their answers to the bloom`s taxonomy chart.
T: Tell the names of the main heroes (The 1st group)
T: Tell what Edward is and what Tom is and where they live. (the 2nd group)
T: Find out what was their agreement about. (the 1st group)
T: Define why Edward would like to be a poor boy.(the 2nd group)
T: Show your favourite part from the story. Role-play it.
T: Divide the story into three parts: introduction, main body and conclusion
T: Select your favourite hero and describe him
T: Write a continuation of the story
Home work: Retelling the story in groups
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