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Разработка урока английского языка на тему "Holiday activities ",6 класс
The theme: «Holiday activities »
Educational: to teach students` to talk about your holiday activities;
Developing: to develop reading, speaking and writing skills, to develop attention;
Bringing-up: to bring-up respect to each other
The type of the lesson: combinational
The variety: revision
Methods of teaching: demonstration, exercises.
The equipment: copybook, dictionary, cards
Technical means: computer, interactive board, slides
Visually means: slides
Interdisciplinary communication: Literature, Computer education, Geography
The procedure of the lesson:
Good morning boys and girls!
Sit down pleas.
Who is on duty today?
What is your name?
What is your surname?
What date is it today?
Who is absent today?
Let`s begin our lesson with English alphabet.
Ex.1 p.10. Look at the words in the box. Put them in the correct places in the diagram.
4.Introducing with the new theme
T.: The theme of our lesson is “Holiday activities”
• We’ll speak of about your holidays.
• Are you ready?
• Good! Let’s start the work!
Ex.2 p.10. Talk to your partner.
-Which of the activities in ex.1 can you do in summer and winter?
-What do you like doing in summer?
-Where do you usually spend your summer holiday?
• Well done!
• Tell me, please, how are you today?
Are you happy? – Yes, you are.
Ex.3 p.11. Read the texts. Match the pictures and the names.
Now let’s have a rest.
Close your eyes. Open your eyes. Wink.
One, two, three, four
Look at the window, look at the door,
Look at the ceiling, look at the floor.
One ,two, three, four.
Ex.4 p.11. Complete the table.
6. A result of the lesson: What do you know? What can you do?
7. Summarizing: Your marks are …
8. Reflex ion: Did you like the lesson? What did you like best?
9. Giving home-task: You home task will be to repeat the words.
Our lesson is over! Thank you for your work!
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