The theme of the lesson: “Television and children”
The aim of the lesson:
Educational: summarize and organize the material on the theme "Television
and children"; develop the ability to apply the material in practical situations; intensify the use of vocabulary on the theme "Television and children"; improve grammar speaking skills, including word – forming skills.
Developing: develop thinking, attention, memory, verbal fluency arbitrary
Bringing up: form an objective point of view on the pros and cons of
television; promote respect for the interlocutor;
Equipment of the lesson: book, reference cards, new words.
The procedure of the lesson:
T: Good morning, pupils!
P: Good morning, teacher!
T: Thank you, sit down. Who is on duty today?
P: I’m on duty today.
T: What date is it today?
P: Today is the 5th of February.
T: What day is it today?
P: Today is Thursday.
T: Who is absent?
P: …, …, … are absent.
T: Thank you, sit down.
Warm – up.
T: Well, stand up all over! Let’s do physical exercise. Now, repeat after me.
Clap, clap, clap your hands,
Clap your hands together.
Step, step, step your feet,
Step your feet together.
Touch, touch, touch your cheeks,
Touch your cheeks together.
Touch, touch, touch your ears,
Touch your ears together.
Shake, shake, shake your hands,
Shake your hands together.
Smile, smile at your friends,
Let us smile together.
Checking up the homework.
a) reading work
b) writing work
T: Well, what was your homework for today?
P: Ex. 5 p.143
T: Who is ready?
P: I’m ready.
T: Well, begin.
T: Today we have a new theme. Our theme is “Television and children.” First I’ll introduce you with the new words. Listen to me and then repeat after me.
quiet [ˊkwaɪət] – тыныш, сабырлы
glued [ɡlu:] – жабыстырылған
semi – darkness [semɪˊdɑ:knǝs] – күңгірттік, бұлыңғырлық
rush [rʌʃ] – ұмтылу, оқталу
statement [ˊsteɪtmǝnt] – мәлімдеме
splendid [splɛndɪd] – тамаша, керемет
T: Now, open your vocabularies and write down all new words.
T: Today’s our grammar theme is “Questions (Past, Present Simple Tenses)”. do/does (Present) – did (Past):
Do/ does + subject + infinitive?
Did + subject + infinitive?
I don't watch television very often.
Do you watch television very often?
Yes, I do. No, I don’t.
I didn't watch television yesterday.
Did you watch television yesterday?
Yes, I did. No, I didn’t.
T: Let’s do an exercise according to grammar theme. You must choose the correct form of the verb.
Do/ Does you work a lot?
Tom like/ likes books.
Mike and I don’t/ doesn’t study in London.
Susan and Jack have/ has a fantastic garden.
Do/ Does your child read books?
That boy don’t/ doesn’t have a pen.
Does he listen/ listens to Michael Jackson?
Ann doesn’t write/ writes in English.
T: Well, let’s work with the text. p. 144.
“Television is doing a great harm. It is a real monster.” How often we hear statements like this! Television hasn’t been with us all the time, but we are already beginning to forget what the world was like without it. What did we use to do before there was television?
T: Now, I’ll give you cards with the tasks. Let’s work on the text. Find in the text the English for:
керемет қарым – қатынас құралы – a splendid means of communication
бос уақытымызды өткізу – to spend our free time
үлкен зиян – a great harm
достарымыздың көңілін көтеру – to entertain our friends
теледидардан тәуелді болу – addicted to the telly
шынайы өмірден алшақтатады – cuts us from the real world
өркениеттен алыста – far away from civilization
T: Open your diaries and write down your homework: to learn by heart the new words, Ex. 3 p. 145
T: I’ll give your marks: excellent…
T: Have you understood the lesson?
P: Yes, we have.
T: Have you questions?
P: No, we haven’t.
T: Everybody, stand up! The lesson is over. Good – bye, pupils.
P: Good – bye, teacher!
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