The theme of the lesson: Biggest and best
Aims of the lesson:
Educational: Work on grammar material (degrees of adjectives) and vocabulary.
Master new lexics and its use in speech.
Developing: Develop reading, writing and speaking habits and skills.
Enlarge pupils’ word – stock.
Bringing up: Bring up pupils’ interest by doing exercises.
Methods: The game ‘’The Golden Gate’’
Visual aids: textbooks, slides, a magic box
Time limit: 45 min.
The procedure of the lesson:
The organization moment
Greeting the pupils
Checking up the homework
Answering the questions.
The new theme. “Biggest and best”
Today our lesson will be unusual because we’ll play the game ‘’The Golden Gate”.
Do you know this game? Have you ever heard about it?
It has three doors and the golden box (a magic box).
Now we’ll try to remember the degrees of adjectives. (Positive, comparative, superlative). Let’s remember the forms of comparative adjectives. We use suffixes
–er, the -est; more, the most, better, the best, worse, the worst. But before beginning our lesson let’s read today’s lesson’s slogan.
Good, better, best
Never, never rest
Till your good is better
And your better best.
Let’s read all together. By the way, it’s also the slogan of English pupils. Now, we’ve read our slogan and I wish you good luck. Let’s begin.
Doing the tasks.
Now look at the board. The first door is a stone door. It has some tasks.
If we do them, the door will open.
Task 1. Write comparative degree of adjectives.
big - noisy – beautiful – good -
nice – short – interesting – bad -
Task 2. Complete the table.
Task 3. Complete the sentences using comparative and superlative forms of adjectives: big, tall, cold, large, popular.
Bob’s garden isn’t very big. Your garden is _____ than Bob’s. (bigger)
It was very cold day. It was ____ of the year. (the coldest)
You aren’t very tall. Your brother is _____ than you. (taller)
Britain isn’t very large. France is _____ than Britain. (larger)
Sydney is a very popular city. It’s ____ in Australia. (the largest)
We’ve opened the stone door.
There is a silver door. Now let’s do the tasks.
Task 1. Write sentences with the comparative and superlative forms of adjectives.
Large: sea, ocean, lake, city
Fast: train, plane, bicycle.
Big: village, town
Popular: cinema, TV, theatre
Task 2. The next task. Answer the questions (orally)
most dangerous sport
Which is the best food in your country?
Who is the most popular writer in your country?
Task 3. Write about your classmates.
Who is the best pupil in your class?
Who has got the longest hair?
Who is the tallest pupil?
Who is the shortest pupil?
Who is the cleverest pupil?
Our silver door opened.
I want to give you some riddles.
I am gray. My tail is long. My nose is short. I am very little. (a mouse)
I am the biggest. I am gray. My nose is the longest. My tail is short. (an elephant)
I have got the longest neck but a short tail. I am the tallest. (a giraffe)
There is a golden door left.
Let’s see the first task.
Task 1. Ex.9, p.85. Let’s read a dialogue between a lion, a mother lion and a cat.
Let’s write out adjectives from the dialogue.
Now let’s speak about this dialogue.
Do you think the little lion is right?
Does little lion understand what the cat says?
What animal do you think is the strongest, fastest, best?
Does this proverb suit this situation: Better late than never. - Лучше поздно, чем никогда. - Ештен кеш жақсы.
Never later to know. Remember, never say as little lion.
Pupils, here are some proverbs with adjectives. Let’s translate them.
Good health is better than wealth.
Two heads are better than one.
East or west, home is best.
Task 2. I want to give you pictures of animals. Describe them using adjectives.
We’ve opened the golden door.
There is a magic box.
Let’s see what it contains.
Here is your hometask and your marks: gold and silver stones. Gold is excellent, silver is good.
The Conclusion of the lesson:
Hometask: Ex. 6, 7.
I thank you for your work. You were active today. You are brilliant, talented pupils. I want to finish my word with the English proverb “It is never to late to learn”. Learn and practise your English every time . I wish you all the best.
The lesson is over. You are free. Good bye!
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The grade: 6. The theme of the lesson is "Biggest and best". The aim of the lesson: Work on grammar material (degrees of adjectives) and vocabulary. Master new lexics and its use in speech. Develop reading, writing and speaking habits and skills. Enlarge pupils' word - stock. Bringing up pupils' interest by doing exercises to English language. The methods of the lesson is the game "The Golden Gate". The Golden Gate has three doors and a golden chest (magic chest). And each door has tasks. Pupils must do these tasks. The tasks are connected with the adjectives.The tasks are writing, speaking etc.