Form: 7 «В» Date: 05.03.2013
The theme of the lesson: « DIY disasters» Part 2
The aims of the lesson:
1. Educational: to use future predictions with going to in sentence.
2. Practical: to develop speaking habits and writing skills.
3. Bringing up: to appreciate your time and to do everything in time.
Methods of the lesson: explaining, questionnaire, individual work.
Visual materials: Student’s book and pictures.
Skills: speaking, writing, listening.
Procedure of the lesson:
Good afternoon, children!
How are you?
Thank you. I’m fine. I’m glad to see you!
Sit down, please.
Who is on duty today?
Who is absent today?
What date is it today?
What day is it today?
Good afternoon, teacher!
We are fine! And you?
b) Checking up the home task
What was your home task?
Introduction of the new theme
Today our theme is « DIY disasters » Part 2
Explaining future predictions with going to
We use the special going to construction when we have the intention to do something before we speak. We have already made a decision before speaking.
Look at these examples:
I have won $ 1,000. I am going to buy a new TV.
We’re not going to see my mother tomorrow.
When are you going to go on holiday?
In these examples, we had an intention or plan before speaking. The decision was made before we spoke.
We often use going to make a prediction about the future. Our prediction is based on evidence. We are saying what seems sure to happen. Here are some examples:
The sky is very black. It is going to snow.
It’s 8.30! You’re going to miss the train!
I crashed the company car. My boss isn’t going to be very happy!
In these examples, the present situation (black sky/the time/damaged car) gives us a good idea of what is going to happen.
We use will for prediction when we have no real evidence: “It will rain tomorrow.” (It’s my felling but I can’t be sure.)
We use going to for prediction when there is some real evidence: “It’s going to rain.” (There’s a big, black cloud in the sky and if it doesn’t rain I’ll be very surprised.)
Open your book at page 67, ex 3
Make predictions with going to.
P 67, ex 4
Make predictions about what is going to happen.
P 67, ex 6
Match the phrases in A with the phrases in B to make sentences.
He’s going to fall off the chair.
She’s going to spill her cereal.
They’re going to trip over the ladder.
He’s going to drop the book’s.
The ball’s going to break the window.
Is going to spill the water.
Is going to fall off the chair.
Are going to eat the biscuits.
Is going to drop the tins.
Is going to trip over the broom.
Is going to break the glass.
Giving home task.
Activity Book page 45, ex 4,5,6.
The lesson is over! Good-bye, children!
Әдіскер: _______________ Сағымбекова Ш.А.
Ағылшын тілі пәні мұғалімі: _____________ Ақпанбетова Ж.Р.
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