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Разработка урока "The Third Conditional sentences"

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Мәкенова Нұргүл Біләлқызы

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Сынып : 9

Тема: «Шартты сөйлемдердің ІІІ түрі»

Мақсаты: Шартты сөйлемдердің ІІІ түрімен оқушыларды таныстыру, оның мағынасы және орамы жайлы ақпараттандыру. Сөйлемдер құрауды үйрету.


Көрнекілігі: кесте, сөйлемдер жазылған карталар, суреттер, интербелсенді тақта.


The motion of the lesson

1.Organization moment

  1. Actualisation

T: Good morning, children. Nice to meet you at our English lesson today. You will learn a new grammar structure called “The third conditional”. We use it when we talk about unreal or hypothetical situations in the past or regret about something. By the end of the lesson you will be able to use the third conditional in your discussion and expressing opinions on different situations.

II. Warming up

T: Remember three forms of the following irregular verbs: to forget, to leave, to have, to make, to lose

2. Now answer my questions:

T: How many parts do conditional sentences have?

P: They have two parts: the if-clause and the main clause.

T: How many types of conditionals do you know?

P: We know three types of conditionals: the zero conditional refers to general facts, the first conditional to true actions in the present, the second conditional for unreal situations in the present

T: Make examples of these three types of conditionals and complete the sentences.

P1: If the sun rises in the east, it (sets in the west). Zero conditional.

P2: If I were a bird, I( could fly). It is the second conditional.

P3: If I don’t do my homework,( my teacher will be angry). It is the first conditional.

Well done ,thank you.

ПI Presentation.

T: Today we will learn about the third conditional. We will talk about unreal conditionals in the past. These statements show situations that are unreal (never happened), imaginary and regrettable. I’ll give you an example. Look at this flag. It is the flag of France. Last year I saw an advertisement in the newspaper. I called the travel agency and talked with the operator. He told me about the trip to France and I made a choice. I liked this travel. Unfortunately I did not speak French and couldn’t speak with French people.

Look at this conditional sentence that shows unreal situation

If I hadn’t seen the advertisement, I wouldn’t have visited France.

We also use the third conditional for regrettable situations when you want to express regret:

If I had known French, I would have spoken with French people.

We can also use could to express possibility or ability:

I could have seen more sights if I had had much money. (but I didn’t have money)

Unreal conditionals have two clauses: the If clause (or conditional clause)+ the main clause (or the result clause).

We use the past perfect in the if clause: If I hadn’t visited France

and [ would have + past participle] in the result clause

The “if clause” can come first in a statement, or it can follow the result clause.

In the first case we put a coma after the conditional clause.

If I had learned French, I might have enjoyed myself more in France.

[might have + past participle ]

expresses an unlikely but possible results

Now let’s listen to Mary’s story (slide1)

I had a very frustrating day yesterday. I invited my friend to have tea .I was going to make his favourite cake but there were no eggs ... I did not have enough money to buy a cake. I wanted to call him and put off our meeting but I could not find my mobile. I put it somewhere and could not find. Everything was upside down because I was looking for my mobile. When my friend came I was very nervous and we quarreled” .

T: What did Mary want to do yesterday?

P 1: She wanted to make a cake./ She wanted to call her friend.

T: Was she able to?

P 2: No.

T: Why not?

P 3: Because she didn’t have any eggs/ she lost her mobile.

T: What should Mary have done if she had had some eggs? Mary should have made a cake if she had had some eggs./ What should Mary have done if she hadn’t lost her mobile? She should have called her friend.

Am I talking about the past, present or future?

P: About the past.

T: Is it possible to change the past?

P: No.

T: Look at the sentences written on the blackboard.

If I had had some eggs, I would have made a cake.

If I hadn’t lost the mobile, I would have called my friend.

The first part of the sentence shows condition. It is the conditional clause

The second part shows the result. It is the main clause or the result clause.

T: So you see in the condition clause we have the Past Perfect Tense. In the result clause we have “would” or “should” with “have” and the Past Participle.

WOULD

SHOULD + have

COULD

+ PAST PARTICIPLE

IF + PAST PERFECT

I should have

made a cake

if I had had some eggs

I should have

called a friend

If I hadn`t lost my mobile

T: Let’s practise on more sentences: If the doctor hadn’t operated, Jack would have died.

T: And now answer some questions: 1) how is the third conditional formed?

P: If + Past Perfect + would have + Past Participle

T: Did the doctor operate?

P: Yes, he did.

T: Did Jack die?

P: No, he didn’t.

T: Do all the actions happen in the past?

P: Yes, they do.

T: Is the situation above real or unreal?

P: It is unreal.

  • Pronunciation drill. Read the sentences and translate them into Russian.

If I had had a ticket yesterday, I should have gone to the theatre with you.

If she had asked me yesterday, I should have told her all about it.

If you hadn’t missed the train, you would have arrived in time.

I should have done the work well if I had asked you to help.

If you had let me know yesterday, I should have brought you my book.

IV. Practice.

1. Complete these sentences

Now read the joke and choose the correct answers to complete the sentences.

1. If his parachute (open), he would landed quite safely.

2. If there hadn’t been a haystack below, he (be) very worried.

3. If someone (not put) the pitchfork in the haystack, it (be) a great place to land.

4. If he (not miss) the pitchfork, he (hurt) himself.

5. If he (land) on the haystack, he (not) break his leg.

A

B

  1. If Tony had called,

  2. If you had finished your work,

  3. If I had not been back by 8 o’clock,

  4. If you had had flu,

  5. If you had ever been to London,

  6. If you had gone to Great Britain,

  7. I should have bought a computer,

  8. If I had had more time,

a) you wouldn’t have waited for me.

b) you should have had a visa.

c) if I had had money.

d) you should have told him everything.

e) you should have taken a break.

f) you should have gone to bed.

g) I should have taken an evening class.

h) I should have seen all the sights.

Keys: 1d, 2e, 3a, 4f, 5b, 6h,d; 7c, 8g,

3. Listening

Have you ever been on a trip that changed your life?

Listen to a famous actress talking about the main events in her life and complete these statements

  1. If she______Italian, she would never_____to Italy.

  2. If she_____ in a café on Capri, she____ Luigi.

  3. If she____ Luigi, she ____ (do) a master`s degree.

  4. If she_____ to University of Rome she_____(join) the theatre group.

  5. If she _____the theatre group, she_____Juliet.

  6. If she______ Juliet, she_____ (meet) her future husband.

V. Reading.

T: Here are five people who regret things they did or didn’t do. Read their stories and make sentences about them, using the following phrase: Perhaps if …

  1. Steve is 75. He has never been married. He never had any children. Steve worked too much trying to achieve success in his career. Now he is retired and he lives in a residential home. Nobody ever comes to visit him. He spends a lot of time thinking about his life.

P 1: Perhaps if he had been married he would have had children and he wouldn’t have been alone.

P. 2: Perhaps if Steve hadn’t tried to achieve success in his career, he would have been married.

P. 3: Perhaps if Steve had been married he would be busy with bringing up his grandchildren.

VI. Conclusion and evaluation of the lesson

Thank you for your work and say what you have known and like at the lesson.


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grammar structure called “The third conditional”. We use it when we talk about unreal or hypothetical situations in the past or regret about something.  By the end of the lesson you will be able to use the third conditional in your discussion and expressing opinions on different situations.

II. Warming up

T: Remember three forms of the following irregular verbs: to forget, to leave, to have, to make, to lose

                       If I hadn’t seen the advertisement, I wouldn’t have visited France.

      We also use the third conditional for regrettable situations when you want to express regret:

result clause).

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