Outline of the lesson
Subject: Practical course of English
Group: 26 ә
Time : 90 min
The theme of the lesson: «Computer in our life »
Educational aim: To present new theme to revise all material lesson
Up- bringing aim: To bring- up the interest and love to their subject.
Developing aim: 1. To develop memory, understanding, oral and written skill
2. To improve speaking and listening skills.
The type of the lesson: presentation of the new theme or revision lesson.
The form of the lesson: traditional
Methods of teaching: to revise grammar material
The technology of the lesson: use information communicative technology
Communicative: talking about to revise all material
Inter- subject connection: grammar, phonetics
Visual AIDS: shames, pictures
Distributing material: cards
Technical means: computer, active board, tape- recorder
Literature: I.O.Rodina “All Grammar rules of English Language”, E.M.Bazanova “600 oral themes of English Language”, N.G.Brusova “2770 exercises and tests for English Language”. Longman Dictionary foe Contemporary English. Oxford Russian Dictionary. Concise English Russian Technical Dictionary.
Additional materials. cards schemes pictures presentation
Aims of lesson
Reading new topic
Doing some exercises according the text.
Work with vocabulary
Procedure of the lesson
I. Organizational moment
-Good morning students. I’m glad to see you too! Sit down, please and get ready for the lesson! Who is on duty today? Today we’ll have a final lesson according to our topic. Well, let’s start our work.
II. Checking the home task
-What was your home task?
III. Phonetic drill.
-At today’s lesson we’ll speak about family. Let’s start with our phonetic drill. -Look at the blackboard. -Here you can see a crossword puzzle
A Crossword Puzzle
1. He is the father of your father. (Grandfather)
2. She is the sister of your father. (Aunt)
3. She is the mother of your sister. (Mother)
4. She is the daughter of your mother. (Sister)
5. He is the brother of your mother. (Uncle)
The students listen to the song and so they learn to sing it . But first of all I want to get some information about your family. Who will start?
IV. The basic part of the lesson
This text about FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES. Please read then we discuss about FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES .Who wants to read it?
Most parents want their children to share household tasks such as cleaning, meal preparation, or washing up. There are many advantages to having children help with household tasks. Children learn about their role in the family and the importance of helping others. They can see the results of what happens when they do not follow through with their responsibilities. As children become older, they can take on new responsibilities that help them develop a sense of independence and self-reliance.
An important benefit of children helping with household responsibilities is that it teaches them the skills they will need when they have an apartment or house of their own. If children are given the responsibility for washing the laundry and cleaning the bathroom as they are growing up, they will know how to do these tasks when on their own.
Although there are many advantages to children helping with family responsibilities, it is often difficult to get cooperative, cheerful help from reluctant children. Communication among all family members is the key to the success of having children help with household tasks. Involve the child in the decision making process. Rather than telling them what they should do, ask them what they would be willing to do. Another option would be to provide them with a list of tasks that need to be completed and have them pick out what they would like to do. Short, once-a-week family meetings are extremely helpful.
Children have a tremendous need for fairness. If mom, dad or siblings are not helping around the house, it will be difficult to convince the child that they need to be responsible for certain tasks. You can make household responsibilities easier by setting rules for shared spaces of the home. For example, all papers in the living room need to be picked up by bedtime or they will be tossed out. Then, make sure you follow through on the consequences set.
Avoid blaming and labeling. Try humorous or creative ways to remind children of their responsibilities. For example rather than telling your child he/she is lazy for not picking up clothing left on the floor, ask if clothing is being left for the invisible maid. Remember children are still learning about household responsibilities. Offer praise, thanks, and encouragement…even if the meal your child prepared was a little different than what is normally prepared.
Finally, don’t force the issue. If the child refuses to fulfill their responsibilities, calmly explain that there will be no friends over, car available, or computer usage until after the work is done. Again, following through on the consequences is key.
It is safe to say that children’ household activities and responsibilities help them to explore the general world of work, develop helping behaviors, and grow toward independence. Involving children in household tasks provides families an opportunity for communication, problem solving, role modeling, discussion of gender roles, and potential reduction of family stress.
The students are asked to read the lesson and then the teacher helps them to translate it.
The teacher writes on the blackboard the new words : family, mother/mummy, father/daddy, sister, brother, grandmother, uncle, aunt, cousin etc. The students are asked to write and to spell the new words.
V. Doing exercises for the text.
Exercise 1. Are the statements true or false?
1. Most parents don’t want their children to share household tasks such as cleaning, meal preparation, or washing up.
2. Children learn about their role in the family and the importance of helping others.
3. Communication among all family members is the key to the success of having children help with household tasks.
4. If mom, dad or siblings are not helping around the house, it will be difficult to convince the child that they need to be responsible for certain tasks.
5. Involving children in household tasks provides families an opportunity for communication, problem solving, role modeling, discussion of gender roles, and potential reduction of family stress.
Exercise 2. Complete the sentences from the text.
1. Children can see the results of what happens when … .
2. As children become older, … .
3. You can make household responsibilities easier … .
4. Rather than telling your child he/she is lazy for not picking up clothing left on the floor, … .
5. If the child refuses to fulfill their responsibilities, … .
VI. Introduction of new words.
Write new words in your vocabulary notebook
household task –үй жұмысы
cleaning - үй тазалау
meal preparation - тамақ жасау дайындау
washing up – ыдыс жуу
advantage - артықшылық преимущество
responsibility – міндеттілік, жауапкершілік
self-reliance – өзіне өзі сенімді болу
independence - тәуелсіз
benefit – пайда
skill - қабілет
laundry - кір жуу
cooperative – біріккен
reluctant –қарсылық көрсету
to be responsible - жауапты болу
to share - бөлу
consequence - жағдай, последствие
blaming – порицание, осуждение
labeling – прикрепление ярлыка
gender - жыныс
VII. Giving homework
Your homework will is read and retell the text. Learn by hard vocabulary.
Girls our lesson is over. I hope you satisfied with our lesson. Girls thank you for your work. Do you have any question?
So your marks for today… The lesson is over Good bye
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