The theme: Food and drink
The aims: 1. Educational aim: to give some information about food and drink, to develop pupils’ oral speech and pronunciation;
2. Developing aim: to develop the pupils’ thinking understanding, listening
and speaking,to teach pupils’ to respect and love our Motherland;
3. Upbringing aim: to bring up love and interest for the subject and to explain new lexical materials;
Visual aids of the lesson: Interactive board, book, chalk, cards, pictures, slides
The method of the lesson: group work, pair work, answer the question, dialogue, the game.
The type of the lesson: mixed
Connection of the subject: Kazakh,
Literature: English 6, T. Aiyapova, Z. Abildaeva
T. – Good morning, pupils!
P. – Good morning, dear teacher.
T.– Who is on duty today?
P. – I am…
T. – Who is absent?
P. – All are present.
T. – Thank you. Sit down, please.
II. Speech drill.
T. – What date is it today?
P. – Today the …
T. –What day of the week is it today?
P. – Today is the …
T. – What the weather like today?
P. – Today the weather is…
T. – What seasons is it now?
P. – It is spring now.
T. – Thank you, sit down, please.
III. Checking up the home-task:
T. – Children! We know about many words. What is noun?
P. – The noun is a word expressing substance in the widest sense of the word.
T. – What form has a noun?
P. – Noun has a noun singular and plural form.
T. – How do we make the plural form of noun?
P. – The plural form formed by suffixes – s, - es ; for example: a pen – pens,
a book – books.
T. – What questions are given to noun?
P. – The noun questions are what and who.
For example: Who is this? She is a pupil.
What is this? This is a book.
IV. Phonetic drill. Read the phonetic drill
Bread and butter, milk and tea
Put your finger on your knee
Bread and butter, cake and ice.
Put your hands on your eyes
Bread and butter, duck and rose,
Put your finger on your nose.
Bread and butter, juice and eggs.
Put your hands in your leg.
V. New theme.
Ok, pupils, let’s start our lesson. Now look at the blackboard.
- Today we shall learn type of noun countable and uncountable. Now children, we before beginning our new lesson and the theme is “Food and drink” we are introduce new word.
These are todays new words. At first I’ll read, then you will repeat after me.
Food [fu:d] – тағам Meat [mi:t] - ет
Drink [driηk]– сусын Coffee [k'оfi] - кофе
Vegetable [`vedʒtәbәl] - көкөніс Tea [ti:] - шай
Orange ['оrindʒ] – апельсин Juice [dʒu:s] - шырын
Apple [әpl] – алма Bread [bred] - нан
Banana [bә׳na:nә] – банан Rice [rais] - күріш
Grape [greip]– жүзім Cheese [tʃi:z] - ірімшік
Egg [eg] – жұмыртқа Milk [milk] - сүт
Tomato [tәmә:׳tәu]– қызанақ Sugar [׳ʃugә] – қант
Potato [pә׳teitәu] – картоп Butter [׳bʌtә] - май
Carrot [kәrәt]- сәбіз flour [׳flauә] - ұн Biscuit [׳biskit]– печенье
New theme, new grammar material
Now look at the blackboard. Today we introduce new grammar material. You must be attentively! The noun has two types countable nouns and uncountable nouns. The countable nouns are nouns that we can count. The uncountable nouns are the nouns that we can’t count.
- Look at the exercise, on page 37. Read these countable nouns and uncountable nouns.
Countable nouns: oranges, apples, bananas, grapes, eggs, tomatoes, biscuits, potatoes, carrots.
Uncountable nouns: coffee, tea, juice, bread, cheese, rise, milk, butter, sugar.
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