Aim: By the end of the lesson the students will be able to ask and answer questions about what they can see in the sky.
Skills: listening for specific information, reading for recognition of new language, reading for gist, writing(coping words), speaking (asking and answering questions)
New language: bird, cloud, the sun, the moon, the sky, rainbow, silver, coloured.
Recycling: night, day, summer; I can see a tree; Can you see the tree? It is sunny. Have you got a tree? I’ve got a tree. He/ she/ It’s running.
2 -3 min
Asks “What can you see through the window?”
Look out of the window and say different words.
Think what you can see through the window
2. New language.
Introduces new words.
Point to the pictures.
Listening for detail
Get the cards ready, stickers
2.1.Memory game “What’s missing?”
AsksSs to close their eyes and remove one or two PCs from the board.
Say what’s missing
T - St
2.2. Game Echo.
Shouts out new words and then says them more and more quietly, then whispers them
Can you see?
- to listen to the songand say what they can see in the sky.
-to read the phrases under the words of the song
-Listen and name the objects
-Read the phrases
-Listening for specific info
-Reading for recognition of new language
Books opened at p.
4. Craft Make a window.
-explains the rules of the game.
-Listen and follow instructions
-Play the game
-Listen for specific info
-Ask and answer questions
Bring paper, scissors.
5. Read and say
Read the text and think of a title for it.
-Read the text
- Choose the best title