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LESSON: Agatha Christie
School: #4 RBSGS
Teacher name: Sattarbek A
CLASS: 10 ә
Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to
10. L3. Understand the detail of an argument in extended talk on a wide range of general and curricular topics
10. L4 Understand implied meaning in unsupported extended talk on
a wide range of general and curricular topics, including talk
on a limited range of unfamiliar topics.
All learners will be able to:
Spell some words they have learnt from the previous lesson.
Understand general information of the listening
Mention what they know about giant pandas and they would like to know
Most learners will be able to:
Understand specific information of the listening
Say what they have learnt today
Some learners will be able to:
Talk about the endangered species they would like to save
Suggest some ways to preserve giant pandas
Planned activities (replace the notes below with your planned activities)
7 min (preparation)
6 mins (presentation)
Hello, boys and girls! I am glad to see you today. I hope you are fine and all are ready to work hard at our lesson, aren’t you? So let’s start our lesson. The topic of the lesson is “Book worms”. We’ll learn much interesting at our lesson and see the presentations of great foreign writers.
II. Phonetic practice.
Neat, appearance, obsession, investigation, at first glance, brilliant, solve, faithful, magnifying glass, imagination, several, strange.
Children, answer some questions:
• Do you know this person?
• Is she a writer?
• How often do you read books?
• Do you like to read stories in English?
• Who is your favourite writer?
• What books by this author have you read this year?
Listen to the text about the first English printer Agatha Christie
( 1891 – 1976 )
Agatha Christie is known all over the world as the Queen of Crime. She wrote 78 crime novels, 19 plays and 6 romantic novels under the name of Mary Westcott. Her books have been translated into 103 foreign languages. She is the third best-selling author in the world (after Shakespeare and the Bible). Many other novels and short stories have been filmed. The Mousetrap, her most famous play, is now the longest-running play in history. Agatha Christie was born at Torquay, Devonshire. She was educated at home and took singing lessons in Paris. She began writing at the end of the First World War. Her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, was published in 1920. That was the first appearance of Hercule Poirot, who became one of the most popular private detectives since Sherlock Holmes. Agatha Christie became generally recognized in 1926, after the publishing of her novel The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. It is still considered her masterpiece. When Agatha Cristic got tired of Hercules Poirot she invented Miss Marple, a deceptively mild old lady with her own method of investigation. Agatha Christie's success with millions of readers lies in her ability to combine clever plots with excellent character drawing, and a keen sense of humor with great powers of observation. Her plots always mislead the reader and keep him in suspense. He cannot guess who the criminal is. Fortunately, evil is always conquered in her novels. Agatha Christie's language is simple and good and it is pleasant to read her books in the original.
•crime – преступление
•running – идущий, демонстрирующийся (о фильме )
•private detective – частный детектив
•the passion for order – страсть к порядку
•solution – решение, разгадка
•complicated – сложный
•to invent – изобретать
•deceptively – обманчиво
•mild – мягкий
•investigation – расследование
•plot – замысел
•to draw ( drew, drawn ) – выводить (образ )
•keen sense of humour – тонкое чувство юмора
•powers of observation – наблюдательность
•to mislead ( misled ) – вводить в заблуждение
•to keep in suspense – держать в напряжении, в мучительной неизвестности
•to conquer – завоевывать
1. How many crime novels, plays and romantic novels did Agatha Christie write?
2. What was her pen – name?
3. Where was she born?
4. Where was she educated?
5. What was A.Christie’s first novel and when was it published?
6. Who became the first of the most popular private detectives?
7. Describe Mr. Poirot.
8. When did she become recognized?
9. What was the name of the second detective created by A.Christie?
10. What were A.Christie’s last novels?
11. Why are her books so popular with the reader?
12. What is A.Christie’s language?
13. Some people say that reading detective stories is a waste of time. Are you of the same opinion?
14. What famous detective-story writers do you know?
15. Agatha Christie's novels have been translated into 103 languages. Shakespeare's plays have been translated into 14 languages. Do you know why?
16. Have you read any books by Agatha Christie? Did you read them in the original or in translation?
17. Have you seen any films based on her novels?
Make – up a dialogue.
Now complete the sentences:
1. Agatha Christie was
a. well-known writer;
b. the first English printer;
c. a famous English poet.
2. His father was
a. a farmer;
b. a lawyer;
c. a captain
3. Agatha’s father sent him to
4. Agatha worked at
b. an office;
c. a book-shop.
5. Agatha’s mother’s name was
6. Agatha wrote _____ novels
7. Agatha and Archibald married
8. Agatha and Max married
9. Her daughter’s name is
10. She wrote ______ plays
11. Agatha Christie died
a. 12 January 1976
b. 14 January 1989
c. 12 January 1967
12. She wrote _____ romantic novels
13. Agatha Christie was born
14. Archibald’s second wife’s name was
15. Her books have been translated into ___ languages
handouts 1 KWL
handouts 1 KWL
Our lesson is over. And now I want you to show your attitude to our lesson. Do you like foreign literature or not? What do you like best of all?
Thank you very much for your active and hard work at the lesson. It’s very pleasant to work with you, and these are your marks for the lesson.
Differentiation – how do you plan to give more support? How do you plan to challenge the more able learners?
Assessment – how are you planning to check learners’ learning?
Health and safety check
Allow thinking time.
Create mixed-ability groups for part of the discussion.
Offer differentiation by support.
Summarise the group’s findings.
Encourage them to justify their opinions.
Change groups to change group dynamics if necessary.
Monitor learners as they share their experiences to check for recurring errors for future planning.
Observe learners when participating in discussion. Did the group dynamics work? Did each learner contribute to the discussion? If not, why not? (e.g. didn’t understand what to do; not so confident speaking English; not interested in topic; other)
Record what they considered they had learned from the lesson. Could they express what they had learned about content and language? Could they express which skills they had developed?
Were the lesson objectives/learning objectives realistic?
What did the learners learn today?
What was the learning atmosphere like?
Did my planned differentiation work well?
Did I stick to timings? What changes did I make from my plan and why?
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