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План открытого урока на тему "England"


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Lesson plan of the teacher of English Utegenova Meiramgul


to teach the usage of contruction there is/there are and new words;

to give information about England.

Developing

to develop the pupils habits of the oral speech , to develop pupils creative and logical abilities, understanding, reading and writing;

Cultural

to bring up love and interest to the subject, to respect each other, to create an English atmosphere in the classroom.

The type of the lesson

mixed lesson

The kind of the lesson

Mastering of new material

The methods of the lesson

training, explanation, demonstration, interaction, question-answer, completing, matching, translating, making up sentences

Visual aids of the lesson

An interactive board, pictures, songs, grammar table,

papers with tasks

Interdisciplinary relation

Kazakh language

The procedure of the lesson

Teacher`s activity

Pupils` activity

  1. Organization moment

-greeting;

-checking up the attendance;

-call pupils` attention to the lesson.


-greet the teacher;

-act on duty;

-get prepared for the lesson.

  1. Checking up the hometask

Write the degrees of the given adjectives

  • beautiful

  • famous

  • hot

  • good

  • heavy

  • strong

  • bad

  • happy

  • delicious

  • expensive

  • pretty

  • dangerous




More beautiful, the most beautiful

More famous, the most famous

Hotter, hottest

Better, the best

Heavier, the heaviest

Stronger, the strongest

Worse, the worst

Happier, the happiest

More delicious, the most delicious

More expensive, the most expensive

More dangerous, the most dangerous

  1. Introduction








Brainstorming

Making a good atmosphere



Dividing into groups




-What picture is this?

-Where can you see these things?

-Where are they situated?


Pupils stand in a circle, say each other wishes giving a flower.


Pupils choose pieces of pictures and join in a group by the pictures in their hands.


Pupils answer the techer’s questions.

  1. Grammar material


There is/ There are


There is a computer on the table.

There are pupils in the class.

There are two chairs in my room.

There are nice pictures in the book.

  • There is a – singular form

  • There areplural form

There is a book on the table.

There are two books on the table.


  • Words used with “There is”

  1. Article “a”

  2. words “one” and “much”

Words used with “There are”

  1. ending “s”

  2. Numbers more than “one”

  3. words “many” and “a lot of”

1) There ____is_____ a hamburger on the plate.

2) There ____are_____ many little trees in the park.

3) There ____are_____ many children in our school.

4) There ____is_____ a big tree in the garden.

5) There _____are____ many boys and girls in the park.

6) There ____is_____ a toy monkey in the box.


Negative

There is not – There isn’t

There are not – There aren’t


Interrogative

Is there a guest in your house?

  • Yes, there is/ No, there isn’t.

Are there sellers in the market?

  • Yes, there are / No, there aren’t.








Pupils listen to the teacher carefully.













If they don’t understand, they will ask questions.

  1. Drill exercises

Task 1

Make the sentences negative and interrogative

1) There is a book on the table. (-)

2) There are many trees in the park. (?)

3) There are a lot of shops in London. (-)

4) There is a computer in our classroom. (?)

5) There are many boys and girls in the park. (-)

6) There is a bird in the tree. (?)


Task 2

Choose the right variant

1) There ……… a chair near the window.

a) are b) aren’t c) is

2) There are ……… in the bag.

a) a pen b) a lot of books c) a book

3) There ……… many toys under the chair.

a) is b) aren’t c) is not

4) There ……… only one sandwich in the basket.

a) isn’t b) are c) is

5) ……… a bird in the tree?

a) Is there b) Are there c) Are not

6) Are there ……… on the table?

a) book b) a pen c) pencils


Task 3

Work in pairs and make up sentences looking at the pictures.


Task 4

Complete the sentences

  1. a film that I want to see in the cinema.

  2. It is sunny today and … a cloud in the sky.

  3. a flight from here to London tomorrow.

  4. sixty minutes in an hour.

  5. In my house … two kitchens, a big dining room.

  6. many toys on my bed and … my cat, Fluffy.


Right answers:



There isn’t a book on the table.

Are there many trees in the park?


There aren’t a lot of shops in london?

Is there a computer in our classroom?

There aren’t many boys and girls in the park.

Is there a bird in the tree?




Is




A lot of books



aren’t




is




Is there



Pencils





Pupils make up sentences working in pairs.




There is


There isn’t


There is


There are

There are


There are

  1. Reading



Giving information




Teacher gives two different texts to each group: Going to Britain, London.


The teacher gives posters, markers and pictures to the groups.


Pupils work in pairs and prepare a poster on their themes.



Then present their poster to the whole class.



Two stars, an offer



The teacher gives a direction to the learners.


Each group expresses their opinion towards the presentation of the other group.


Group work

Task 5

Define if the statements are true or false


I group

1. Money used in England is dollar.

2. England is famous for its red double-decker buses.

3. Restaurants in England are very cheap.

4. You can use “a bed and breakfast” at someone’s house.

5. There are also hamburger shops and fast food shops and they are cheaper than restaurants.


II group

1. The capital of England is Oxford.

2. There is a monument to George Washington in the centre of the Trafalgar Square.

3. Londoners spend their much time in summer in Hyde Park.

4. Oxford Street is a crowded street in London.

5. A clock tower Big Ben is situated in the centre of the Trafalgar Square.







F

T


F


T


T





F

F



T


T


F


Consolidation


A fish in an aquarium

One pupil who is willing comes up to the blackboard. Other pupils shoul describe the pictures shown on the board. The pupil must fine what is in the picture.




Pupils describe the pictures using key words.

Evaluating


-You were very active today.

I put to … excellent marks, to … good marks.

Pupils bring their diaries to the teacher to put their marks.

Giving home task

To make a brochure about England






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Подраздел Другие методич. материалы
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