Старобешевская ОШ I-III ступеней
Разработка открытого урока английского языка в 6 классе
Подготовила учитель английского языка
Левченко Елена Петровна
- to activate the use of thematic vocabulary (fruit and vegetables, food and drinks);
- to train and improve pupils’ listening, speaking, reading and writing skills;
to expand the pupils' knowledge on the topic
- to develop the pupils' ability of using their knowledge on the topic;
- to teach the pupils to work in groups and pairs;
- to develop pupils' imagination and attention;
- to incorporate creative thinking, team work
- to foster the pupils to get interested in learning English (to solve puzzles, to guess riddles, etc)
T: - Good morning, pupils!
P: - Good morning, teacher!
T: - Glad to see you!
P: - Glad to see you too!
T: I see you are in a good mood. Am I right?
P: Yes, that’s true.
We are in a good mood,
And what about you?
T: I am in a good mood too. Pupils, today we have guests. Greet them.
P: - Good morning! Glad to see you! Welcome to our lesson!
T: - We hope our guests will enjoy our company. We’ll have a wonderful time together. Let’s begin our lesson.
T: Do you know what our mood depends on?
Ps: It depends on the weather
T: Of course, you are right. All of us like tasty food.
Look at the blackboard. There is a sentence here. But all the words in it are written together. Try to divide these words and read this sentence.
People must eat healthy food
This is the motto of our lesson.
T: Now you see that the theme (slide 1) of our today’s lesson is “Food”. At the lesson we’ll speak, watch the film, read the text, work in groups, watch the presentation and do the tasks, do the crossword. At the end of the lesson you must give the answers to the question “Why do the people need healthy food?” (slide 2)
T: As for me, I like to eat tasty food. I like chocolate very much and also I like meat, fish, fruit and, of course, vegetables, especially cucumbers and tomatoes. But I don’t like onion and garlic.
T: What are your favourite dishes?
P: My favourite dishes are pizza and varenyky.
T: What are your favourite drinks?
P: My favourite drinks are cocoa and apple juice.
T: What kind of food do you eat?
P: I eat fruit, vegetables and dairy products every day.
P: I usually eat porridge, meat, soup or borsch.
T: Why must you eat vegetables and fruit?
P: We must eat vegetables and fruit because they have got a lot of vitamins.
T: Are vitamins very important for you?
P: Yes, vitamins are very important for our eyes, skin, bones, hair.
T: Do you always eat healthy food?
P: I think I don’t always eat healthy food . I like pizza, cakes, sweets.
P9: As for me, I like hotdogs, hamburgers.
T: What food do you like to eat? What food don’t you like?
P: I like to eat meat, vegetables and fruit but I don’t like dairy products.
T: What food do you think is bad for you?
P: To my mind, ‘fast food’ is bad for me.
T: How many meals a day have you got?
P: I have got four meals a day: breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper.
T: What do you usually have for breakfast?
P: I usually have cheese or sausage sandwiches and a cup of tea for breakfast.
T: What do you usually have for lunch?
P: I have lunch at school. For lunch I usually have potatoes with a cutlet, porridge with meat and a cup of tea.
T: What do you usually have for dinner?
P: I usually have soup or borsch, potatoes or pasta, a cup of tea for dinner.
T: What do you usually have for supper?
P: I usually have porridge with milk for supper.
T: What do you have between meals?
P: Sometimes I have a snack: an apple or a banana.
IV. Well, pupils, I see you eat different food. Some of the food is healthy, the other is unhealthy. Our pupils have prepared a presentation about food groups. Let’s listen to them. Be attentive! They have a task for you.
So, you are welcome! (‘Food groups’ pupil’s presentation)
T: From this presentation we see that we need food from each group to be healthy. Eat well and feel well.
V. Wordseach. Now, look on the screen and try to open the word combination. I will help you. (slide 3)
It’s long and green. It has a lot of water.
It’s long and orange. Rabbits like it.
It can be with apples, cherries. We eat it for dessert.
It can be black or green. We drink it after or between meal.
It is white. The children like to drink it.
It looks like an umbrella and grows in the forest.
It lives in the rivers, seas.
One word for apples, pears, lemons.
We usually cry cutting it.
We make ketchup out of it.
Food made with milk.
P: So, pupils, we have the word combination ‘British Food’
I think, it would be interesting for you to know what the British people usually eat. Let’s watch a film about British food.
VI. Watching a film (slide 4)
While watching the film pay attention to the meals, food, time and place. You can make notes.
T: Now do the tasks on your papers (Fill in the table)
I. Fill in the table (slide 5)
Now, let’s check.
What meals do they have?
What food do they eat for breakfast (lunch, dinner)?
When do they have breakfast (lunch, dinner)?
Where do they have breakfast (lunch, dinner)?
VII. Vocabulary work.
Well, you see a lot of different products. What would you like to choose for healthy breakfast (lunch, dinner)? (slide 6)
I would like to choose …….. for breakfast.
T: When we need products we go to different shops or to the market. Let’s read the text about shopping in Britain. (slide 7)
Pre-reading. While reading the text pay attention to the names of the shops, kinds of shops, working hours.
When you want to buy something you go to a shop or market. To buy food in Britain people usually go to baker’s, to the butcher’s, to the sweet shop or to the greengrocer’s. At the dairy’s you can buy dairy products like milk or cream. But nowadays supermarkets become more and more popular. They use the self-service system. It means you walk round the shop and choose what you want. You can use trolleys. At the exit you pay for all your goods at the cashier.
If you are a traveller in Britain, you should know some popular shops and supermarkets.
Sainsbury’s are very big supermarkets. They are for richer people who want to do shopping once a week or even once a month.
Tesco supermarkets are leaders too. But they sell goods at cheaper prices. The British usually buy food in supermarkets once a week. If you go shopping in Britain it’s important to know that most shops open at 9.00 am and stay open all day till 5.30 or 6.00 pm. Some are open 24 hours a day. Don’t forget that the British use ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ a lot.
Complete the sentences (slide 8)
They usually buy food at the …
In the supermarket you ….
Sainsbury’s are …
Tesco supermarkets …
Most shops open …
Don’t forget …
T: Do we have such shops and supermarkets as the British people have?
Ps: In our town we have supermarkets, dairy’s, baker’s.
T: Go to different shops and remember: buy only healthy food. Good health is above wealth.
IX. Find the pair
There are a lot of proverbs about eating in English language. Let’s revise them. Find the pair. (slide 9)
An apple a day a) with eating
Tastes b) is above wealth
After dinner sleep a while, c) keeps the doctor away
Appetite comes d) but eat to live
Don’t live to eat e) differ
Good health f) after supper walk a mile
An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
After dinner sleep a while, after supper walk a mile.
Appetite comes with eating.
Don’t live to eat but eat to live.
Good health is above wealth.
X. Work in groups (slide 10)
Group 1 (slide 11)
Put countable and uncountable nouns in the baskets
Group 2 (slide 12)
Read and match
Cross out the incorrect word: (slide 14)
A cup of tea/
Three kilos of beef/
A bottle of lemonade/
A piece of ham/ cheese/
A slice of
sugar/ bread/ ham
A glass of water/ milk/
A packet of
fish/ spaghetti/ rice
A tablespoon of vinegar/ salt/
1) I’m useful but stinky. (garlic) (slide 15)
2) What vegetable has lots of eyes but never sees? (potato) (slide 16)
3) It is yellow and sour. We can add it to make tea tasty. (lemon) (slide 17)
4) This is the most popular vegetable soup in Ukraine. (borsch) (slide 18)
5) I’m sweet and look like the Sun in August. (orange) (slide 19)
6) What kind of apple isn't an apple? (pineapple) (slide 20)
7) Just change two letters in lemon and you will get not a fruit but a berry. (melon) (slide 21)
8) What do the Japanese like? (fish) (slide 22)
9) What is the Italian favourite dish? (pizza) (slide 23)
XIII. Summing- up
T: Now, pupils, answer the question “Why do the people need healthy food?”
P1: We must eat healthy food to be healthy.
P2: Healthy food is reach in vitamins. (slide 24)
P3: And vitamins are important for our body.
P4: Healthy food is reach in minerals. (slide 25)
P5: And minerals make our bones and teeth strong.
P6: Proteins help us to grow and give us energy. (slide 26)
P7: Water is important for our blood. (slide 27)
P8: We must drink at least 5 glasses of water every day.
T: Eat healthy food and feel well. (slide 28)
Do the crossword
T: You have worked hard at today’s lesson. You were very active. I liked your work, your answers and your marks are…. The lesson is over. Thank you very much. Goodbye.
F O O D
2) Found in rivers and seas
3) Sweetens food
5) Potatoes, carrots, for example
7) Made from fruit and sugar
9) Eaten for breakfast
11) Source of proteins, red or white
1) You can spread it on bread
2) Often grows on trees
4) Popular in Italy
6) Needed for sandwiches
8) Babies drink a lot of this
10) Eaten a lot in Asia