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Lesson plan

Class _6__ date__________________________


Theme: Comparison degrees of adjectives

Aim: To teach pupils to use lexical units on theme: “Friend” in oral speech and in writing, to get full information through reading and listening.

Knowledge tasks: to explain the using of comparison degrees of adjectives.

Up-bringing tasks: To bring up pupils’ careful attitude to friends, classmates; to bring up pupils’ desire to help and protect them.

Developing tasks: To develop pupils’ reading, speaking, listening, writing skills, abilities in classifying information into meaningful groups and selecting the main information.

Technology: communicative

Type of the lesson: new

Material needed: pictures, flipcharts


Time

Stage

Activities

Interaction

Comments

3m

Warm-up



  1. Greetings

  2. Every day questions

  3. Thanks to you I have someone to turn to,

someone to run to when things go wrong.


T-S


S-T-S

Teacher reads a short poem and asks what or who is about it?

5m

Pre Task

vocabulary

prediction

Friendship, friend, careful, funny, kind, bad, good, clever, nice, tall, short, thin, fat, slim, handsome, beautiful

T-S


Learning new words

15m

Presentation















  1. New knowledge about comparison of adjectives

  1. One-syllable adjectives form the comparative and superlative degrees by adding the suffixes ER, EST: black – blacker

  2. Most two-syllable adjectives, including adjectives ending in the suffixes "al, ant, ent, ish, ive, ic, ous, ful, less", form the comparative and superlative degrees with the help of MORE, MOST:

active, more active, most active; 

  1. If an adjective ends in Y preceded by a consonant, Y is changed to I before adding ER, EST:

busy, busier, busiest; 

  1. If final Y is preceded by a vowel, Y doesn't change before adding ER, EST: gray, grayer, grayest.

  2. If an adjective ends in a single consonant preceded by a single vowel, the consonant is doubled before adding ER, EST: big, bigger, biggest

  3. Several adjectives have irregular forms of the comparative and superlative degrees: good, better, best; bad, worse, worst; many/much, more, most; little, less (lesser), least; far, farther, farthest; far, further, furthest.

T-S


Teacher explains the rules


19m


Follow Up












  1. Who is stronger? Listen and find who is stronger?




  1. Write comporative and superlative degrees of

adjectives.




  1. Complete the sentences using the adjectives in the right form.



  1. Complete the sentences using the adjectives in the correct form.

  2. Cross out the odd word. Listen and find odd word.





S-S




S-S





S-S




S-S


S-S





Students should do all tasks


Students should write two form of adjectives

They must complete sen-s in right form.



They need find out the odd word.



3m

Wrap Up




Look at them and compare with each other.

Open your dairy and write your home task

  1. Learn rules.

  2. Compare the members of your family.

Our lesson is over! Good bye!


They open their dairy and write their home task






























«ӨРЛЕУ» БІЛІКТІЛІКТІ АРТТЫРУ ҰЛТТЫҚ ОРТАЛЫҒЫ

АКЦИОНЕРЛІК ҚОҒАМЫНЫҢ ФИЛИАЛЫ «ПАВЛОДАР ОБЛЫСЫ БОЙЫНША ПЕДАГОГИКАЛЫҚ ҚЫЗМЕТКЕРЛЕРДІҢ БІЛІКТІЛІГІН АРТТЫРУ ИНСТИТУТЫ»









Ағылшын тілінен сабақ жоспарының әзірлемесі









Орындағандар: Айтжанова А.Е

Смагулова А.С.















Павлодар, 2013




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Theme: Comparison degrees of adjectives

Aim: To teach pupils to use lexical units on theme: “Friend” in oral speech and in writing, to get full information through reading and listening.

Knowledge tasks: to explain the using of comparison degrees of adjectives.

Up-bringing tasks: To bring up pupils’ careful attitude to friends, classmates; to bring up pupils’ desire to help and protect them.

Developing tasks: To develop pupils’ reading, speaking, listening, writing skills, abilities in classifying information into meaningful groups and selecting the main information.

Technology: communicative

Type of the lesson: new

Material needed: pictures,flipcharts

Time

Stage

Activities

Interaction

Comments

3m

Warm-up

  1. Greetings
  2. Every day questions
  3. Thanks to you I have someone to turn to,

someone to run to when things go wrong.

T-S

I. New knowledge about comparison of adjectives

  1. One-syllable adjectives form the comparative and superlative degrees by adding the suffixes ER, EST: black – blacker
  2. Most two-syllable adjectives, including adjectives ending in the suffixes "al, ant, ent, ish, ive, ic, ous, ful, less", form the comparative and superlative degrees with the help of MORE, MOST:

active, more active, most active;

  1. If an adjective ends in Y preceded by a consonant, Y is changed to I before adding ER, EST:

busy, busier, busiest;

  1. If final Y is preceded by a vowel, Y doesn't change before adding ER, EST: gray, grayer, grayest.
  2. If an adjective ends in a single consonant preceded by a single vowel, the consonant is doubled before adding ER, EST: big, bigger, biggest
  3. Several adjectives have irregular forms of the comparative and superlative degrees: good, better, best; bad, worse, worst; many/much, more, most; little, less (lesser), least; far, farther, farthest; far, further, furthest.

T-S

Teacher explains the rules

19m

Follow Up

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