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The 26th of January The theme: Sport in our life
The aims of the lesson: 1) Educational: Presentation of the lesson about sport in our life, to train new words and discussion an English language 2) Developing: To develop the pupils habits of the oral speech , to develop pupils creative and logical abilities, understanding, reading and writing, grammar and lexical skills. 3) Bringing-up: to bring up love and interest to the subject, to respect each other, to create an English atmosphere in the classroom.
Phonetic drill Clap, clap, clap your hands Clap, clap, clap your hands together. Stamp, stamp, stamp your feet, Stamp, stamp ,stamp your feet together Dance, dance, dance you dance, Dance you dance together
Bekzat Sattarkhanov – boxer Ermakhan Ibragimov - boxer
Bakhit Sarsekbaev – boxer Ilya Ilin - Weight – lifting Mayya Maneza - Weight – lifting
New words football tennis
basketball volleyball hockey skiing
karate swimming golf cycling
Past Simple Tense (жәй өткен шақ) Past Simple Tense (Жәй өткен шақ) – өткен шақтағы болған іс-әрекетті білдіреді. Сөйлеушінің сөйлеп жатқан кезінен бұрын болған іс-қимылды осы шақ арқылы тыңдаушыға жеткізе аламыз.
Example Present Simple Gagarin is the first man in the space. Simple past tense Gagarin was the first man in the space.
a)Roza Rymbayeva ___ born in Almaty b)The Beatles ___from Liverpool c)The Olympic Games ___in Barcelona in 2012
a)Roza Rymbayeva was born in Almaty b)The Beatles were from Liverpool c)The Olympic Games were in Barcelona in 2012
a)Almaty ___ the capital of Kazakhstan in 1980 b)Kasteev ___ an actor c)Chingiz Aitmatov ___ a writer from Kazakhstan.
a)Almaty was the capital of Kazakhstan in 1980 b)Kasteev was an actor c)Chingiz Aitmatov was a writer from Kazakhstan.
Complete the sentences. 1. You, do, football, like? 2. Can, play, you, volleyball? 3. I play can tennis. 4. I play can’t hockey 5. Swimming, I, like. 6. like I dancing.
Richard M. Nixon: “I don’t know anything that builds the will to win better than competitive sports.”