1) to teach students to describe people using degrees of comparison of adjectives. 2) to develop oral speech and writing skills.
3) to bring up love and respect to the native language and foreign languages. Visual aids: diagrams, individual blackboards, pictures, schemes, proverbs, books. Methods: work in clusters. 1. Organization moment. I. Phonetic drill. Pay attention to sound [w]: Spring is green. Summer is bright. Autumn is yellow. Winter is white. II. Speech drill. What colours do you know? ( pupils 1, 2, 3, etc.) What colour do you like? ( pupils 1, 2, 3, etc.) III. New theme: People. Description. 1) The rule. Adjective is a part of speech. It has three degrees of comparison. For example: Omar is tall. Asan is taller. Aigul is the tallest. 2) Work in clusters: I. Adjective ( qualitative, relative) I.1 Part of speech. I.2 Three degrees of comparison. I.3 Positive degree. I.4 Comparative degree. I.5 Superlative degree. I.6 Part of sentences: attribute. 2. How to form the degrees of comparison of adjectives. 2.1 Adjectives of one syllable take suffix-er in comparative and –est in superlative forms. Strong - stronger - the strongest. 2.2 Adjectives that end with letter “y” change “y” into “i” Dirty - dirtier - the dirtiest. 2.3 Adjectives that have more syllables make comparative degree with word “more”, superlative degree with word “most”. Beautiful - more beautiful - the most beautiful. 2.4 Irregular adjectives have special forms. Good - better - the best.
1Complete the sentences with the right adjective. 1) This is the _______________(heavy) of the bags. 2) Carolyn’s hair is ___________(short) than Kate’s. 3) Saule is the_______________(pretty) girl in our class. 4) I think that story is __________________(interesting) than this one. 5)This is the_______________(good) restaurant in the city. 2. Write three words together. Sadder, heavier, better, bigger, saddest, tall, longest, shortest, heaviest, big, long, tallest, thinner, best, good, fatter, taller, thin, fat, short, heavy, shorter, bigger, fattest, longer, thinnest. 1. Tall - taller - the tallest. 2. __________ ___________ ____________ 3. __________ ___________ ____________ etc. 3. Answer the questions. 1) Who is the tallestboy in you class? 2) Who has the longest hair in your class? 3) Who is the cleverest boy in your class? 4) Who is the best singer in Kazakhstan? Match an adjective in A with its opposite in B. 1. Fast unfriendly 2. Small cheap 3. Clean slow 4. Safe bad 5. Quiet unhealthy 6. Old dirty 7. Friendly noisy 8. Interesting modern 9. Healthy dangerous 10. Good boring 11. Expensive big IV. Consolidation of the new theme: Test 1. The comparative degree of adjective is a) good b) bad c)worse 2. The comparative degree of one syllable word is a) more beautiful b) smaller c) the worst 3. Find an irregular adjective. a) many b) tall c) cheap 4.Find an adjective that have more than two syllables. a) strong b) slow c) important 5. Right form of the comparative degree for word “dirty” is a) dirtier b) dirtier c) dirtiest Conclusion. Giving marks. The lesson is over.
Қызылжар негізгі жалпы білім беретін мектебінің ағылшын тілі пәні мұғалімі. Қ. Қ. АБИЛГАЗИЕВА
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