How many stamps have you got?
Plural form of nouns.
Teacher: Chigireva A.B.
Theme of the lesson: How many stamps have you got? Plural form of nouns.
Aims of the lesson: to enrich pupils’ speech using verbs have got, has got, to develop their reading, writing, speaking skills, grammar and lexical habits; to bring - up love and interest to the subject, to bring - up pupils to be attentive to write correctly.
Materials for the lesson: an interactive board, cards, fly killer, bean sack.
The procedure of the lesson
I. Organization moment.
B) Brainstorming: Answers the questions.
The 1st group: What time is it? Look at the clock
The 2nd group: In what time do our lessons begin every day?
II. Checking the homework:
Look at the clock and say the time
III. Presentation of new theme.
-The theme of our lesson is plural form of nouns.
IV. Presentation of new words.
V. Doing the task.
I’ll give cards to each group. Task: Give the plural form of nouns.
For the1st group: a chair , a city, a pencil, a coin ,a calculator
For the 2nd group: a shell, a badge,a cap , a camera, a lady
VI. Phonetic drill.
I have got a dog
You have got a frog
They have got a fox
We have got a box. Slide 5.
Can you translate these sentences? P1, P2…
Look at the active board. Slide 6,7,8,9
Open your student’s books at page 28, ex 2a. Slide 10.
VIII. Doing the task.
I’ll give cards to each group.
For the 1st group: Exercise 1. have got, has got, haven't got or hasn't got.
I _________ long fair hair. My mother _________ big blue eyes. My father ________ short dark hair. I _________ a little mouth. My brother ______ little ears. My friend __________a big nose. My granny __________ a small face. My teacher __________ short hair.
For the 2nd group: Exercise 1. Have or Has.
We _____ got a green parrot. She _____ got seven games. They _____ n’t got a bike. I _____ got a big bag. _____ you got a blue pen? _____it got a funny face? He _____ n’t got a bike. We _________ a bear. They _________ a dolphin. We _________ not sheep. You_________ not sheep.
I’ll throw the bean sack and ask questions. Stand in a circle please.
How stamps have you got?
How many English books have you got?
Have you got a dog?
Have you got a computer?
How many lessons have you got today?
How many caps have you got?
Well done. So, two groups come up to the blackboard. I’ll read the meanings of words you should find them. (“Fly killer”)
X. Home task.
Ex. 1,2 p. 14-15 WB
XI. Marks for the lesson.
- The lesson is over. Thanks for the lesson. Good-bye children!