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January 28 , 2016 Module 6 Lesson 6b
Game on!=Let the game begin!
Plan: Learning new words on the topic; Reading a dialogue; Doing some exercises; Acting out a dialogue; Listening.
dominoes ['dɔmɪnəuz] backgammon ['bæk,gæmən] marbles ['mɑ:blz] billiards ['bɪlɪədz] chess [ʧes] scrabble ['skræbl] darts [dɑ:ts] jigsaw puzzle ['ʤɪgsɔ: 'pʌzl]
Which of the games: are board games? are for two players? are team games? are popular in our country? did you play during last winter holidays? did you play last weekend? Dominoes Billiards Scrabble Marbles Backgammon Chess Darts Jigsaw puzzle
Read the first and the last lines of the dialogue. 1.What are Tom and Jim doing? 2. What did Jim and Tom decide to do in the end? Tom: Jim, are you doing anything? Jim: Nothing much… Tom:_________________________ Jim:__________________________ Tom:_________________________ Jim:__________________________ Tom: You are right. Darts then.
Match the English words to their Russian meanings for a change boring lose suggest fair win bet wait for скучный выигрывать предлагать честно держать пари ждать ( кого-то / что-то) для разнообразия проигрывать
Match the English words to their Russian meanings for a change boring lose suggest fair win bet wait for - для разнообразия - скучный - проигрывать - предлагать - честно - выигрывать - держать пари - ждать ( кого-то / что-то)
Match the phrases in Ex. 3c to the similar phrases in the dialogue. 1. Such as? How about? 2. I don’t mind. b) Like what? 3. That’s not right. c) I don’t care about. 4. What about? d) That’s not fair.
SB Ex.4b, p.59 You are at home on Saturday afternoon. Act out a similar dialogue to the one in Ex.2. You can use the games in Ex.1 and your own names. Watch TV/read a book Tennis/ football/ volleyball/ basketball Saturday- at 6:00 pm Dominoes Billiards Scrabble Marbles Backgammon Chess Darts Jigsaw puzzle
Present Simple vs Present Continuous
Match the verb forms in the sentences to their uses: a permanent state daily routine or habit an action happening now a fixed arrangement in the near future annoyance ( раздражение)
a permanent state You always lose. daily routine or habit I play baseball every Tuesday. an action happening now Are you doing anything? I am listening and waiting … a fixed arrangement in the near future I am playing baseball at 5:00. annoyance ( раздражение) You’re always playing with your friends.
Ex.9, p.59 Match the speakers to the activities they like: Speaker 1 Speaker 2 Speaker 3 Speaker 4 Speaker 5 A billiards B marbles C darts D dominoes E Scrabble F chess G jigsaw
What did you like at the lesson? How well do you think you understood this lesson? tick – V. At the lesson I liked Understood all Understood most Didn’t understand Learning new words Reading a dialogue Doing exercises Acting a dialogue Listening
Your home task Write a paragraph about your favourite game using the questions: What’s the name of the game? Is it a board game or a team game? How often do you play this game? Who do you usually play this game with? Why do you like it? 2. WB p. 36 ex. 1-3
WB Ex.1,2,3 ( p.36)
Find 8 games and write them out. j i g s a w p u z z l e a d o m i n o e s y r w c f e u k o l o a s e d h d s c r a b b l e j a e e t a s h i e f y j r s f m a r b l e s a e t s o k b i l l i a r d s y b a c k g a m m o n u
j i g s a w p u z z l e d o m i n o e s c d h s c r a b b l e a e r s m a r b l e s t s b i l l i a r d s b a c k g a m m o n
Cinquain Students(n) Creative, talented (adj.) Spoke, read, listened (verbs) We had a good time together (phrase) Thank you (summary)