Date: November, 19th
Grade: 9 “k”
School: after Saken Seifullin
The theme of the lesson
You tube (video)
The aim of the lesson
Students will be able to use numerals and make sentences using First and Second Conditionals in expressing their thoughts on the topic of the lesson.
The tasks of the lesson
All learners will be able to make sentences in The First and Second Conditionals and name the numerals (according to the rule)
Most learners will be able to make sentences in the First and Second Conditionals with the help of gifted students. Name and write the Numerals.
Some learners will be able to differentiate the First and Second Conditionals in the text.(Try to make sentences with the help of his\her partner) Rewrite the numerals and name them.
The results of the lesson for the teacher
Managing the lesson by themselves
The main idea of the lesson
Studying with the help of one another
Cards, a song, books and blackboard, sheets A3
Division into groups
-Good morning! I’m glad to see you!
-How are you today?
-How did you spend your day yesterday?
- As for me, I was upset yesterday. Because I lost my purse. But it’s ok. There was not much money in it. If I had much money(a park of dollars) I would be a ____(guess the word) Yes, Millionaire.
As you guess our theme of the lesson is “If I were a millionaire” Let’s play a game. “Atom and Molecule”
When I say “Atom” you will walk alone, and when “molecules of two” of (2,3,4,5,2)
Gather together by amount of named number
The last one is “4”
So, we have two groups “Millionaires” and “billionaires”
Checking up the homework
Listen to the song
Listen it for the 2nd time, sing and write down the numbers that are difficult for you
Come to the blackboard. Show and pronounce them to one another
Let’s check your homework
I am going to read the numbers your task is to write down them in your copy-books
Now check each other, please
My friends look at the names of our teams. We are very rich today. We are Millionaires and Billionaires. Is it so in our real life? () let’s revise Real and Unreal Conditionals.
Read the rule individually
Check the meaning of the unknown words in the dictionaries
Explain to each other in pairs
Make a cluster
One of each group present the work to another group
Then the members of the group explain to the person left
Group “millionaires” make sentences with “Go abroad”
Group “Billionaires” make sentences with “Stay at home ”
Are these sentences real or not?
Read the text in a loud voice Ind.( Close your ears)
Check the meaning of the new words
Read to your partner
Read one by one
Read only sentences in First Conditional (millionaires)
Read only sentences in Second Conditional (billionaires)
Finish and compare the sentences
If I were a millionaire I would …..
If I were a billionaire I would….
If I work hard I will…
If I do my homework I will…
-what are the differences between these sentences?
If you understood and liked the lesson put your hands on your hearts
If you didn’t understand and like the lesson put them down
Write an essay “If I were a millionaire”
Mark your partner
Without mistakes or with 2-3 Mistakes
Three hundred pounds- 300 £
Five hundred dollars- $ 500
A quarter- 1\4
Fifteen point two five- 15.25
Two hundred percents- 200%
Nineteen ninety-three- 1993
The thirties of April two thousand and five- 13/04/05
Future Simple + If + Present Simple
I will go if I have time
The first Conditional expresses a possible situation and its result.
If it rains I’ll stay at home
=The condition the result
=possible and real
If +Past Simple +would
The second Conditional expresses an unreal situation and its result.
If I had much money I would (I’d) travel all over the world
=the condition the result
=impossible and unreal
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