The Theme of the lesson: Time off.
The Aims of the lesson: 1) to activate pupils` vocabulary by theme;
2) to develop pupils` interest in teaching English; to develop pupils` grammar and speaking skills;
3) to bring up foster teamwork.
Visual aids: cards, textbooks
The plan of the lesson:
I. Organization moment
Good morning, children!
Sit down, please!
Today we’ll have an
unusual lesson. Some teachers and guests have come to see your knowledge. I see today all pupils are present, that’s OK!
It’s time to begin our lesson. Pupils, look at the blackboard, there are some sentences. Let’s read them.
‘”If you trust yourself, you’ll know how to live”
“If what you do isn’t working you will try something else”
“Until you value yourself, you will not value your time”
“If you cannot have the best, make the best of what you have”
They are the quotations of our today’s lesson. We’ll prove them at our lesson.
II. The main part of the lesson.
Do you understand the meanings of them, can you translate them. That’s right, we’ll continue our lesson. What grammar do you see in these sentences? (Conditional sentences, first Conditional) let’s revise it.
a) Rules of first Conditional if present simple -> Future simple
b) Now let’s do the exercise on the whiteboard and on your notebooks.
c) Can you give me some examples using first Conditional
- What will you do if your lessons are over?
- What will you do if you have enough time?
- If I have free time, I’ll listen to music. Pupils, thank you for your examples.
Free time, time off, leisure, spare time, Past time - they are synonyms. And the theme of our today’s lesson is “Time off”. What other actives do you know in time off?
And now let’s do exercise 4 on page 124. We’ll divide these activities into two groups.
Watching TV Football
Now, let’s work on the text?
“Are you a Coach potato?
a) Listening to the text and reading it
b) Vocabulary: coach potato 
c) Definitions of coach potato
d) Answering the questions
1. Why didn’t people have much free time?
2. Did people in Britain invent football, rugby and cricket?
3. What other activities did people take up?
4. What do some people think the most exciting is nowadays?
5. Is this the twentieth century coach potato?
6. Are you a coach potato?
- Now, let’s speak about your hobbies, activities in your free time?
P1. I can’t say I do anything too exciting in my free time. I mean, I don’t have any real hobbies. But I spend a lot of on Facebook. I log on every afternoon after school. Some of my classmates are on Facebook. We send virtual gifts to one another, we exchange music videos and we chat. It’s good to stay in contact with the friends you already have.
P2. I sometimes watch TV in the evening, especially music channels, I don’t watch mother’s hobby. But I don’t have any special hobbies like other people. I do some tests on physics in my free time. It is my choosing subject.
P3. In my free time I write poems, because I’m going to be a journalist.
P4. I don’t have time for any hobbies. After the lessons I’ll rest and do my homework
P5. I can’t understand it when people of my age say they don’t have time for any hobbies. I think they are just lazy! I have a lot of things to do besides school. In the afternoon I go to some extra classes and I’m fond of reading.
P6. In my free time I go in for sport.
I like playing basketball and volleyball
P7. Exercise on notebook (listening and doing) about free time in summer.
Pupils, thank you for your opinions about free time, now let’s make up some dialogues about time off.
P1 - P2
P2 - P1
Now, pupils our lesson is going to be over!
Today at the lesson we have spoken about time off. Why is it important?
(Time out, free time, desire, spoke time, past time)
Time off is important because we mustn’t waste them. You must spend your time off doing useful things. You are going to pass national test. Until you value yourself, you will not value your time
Giving home work
The lesson is over!
The theme of the lesson: Job interview.
The aims of the lesson: pupils review previous material ‘’work’’ ,discuss and interview each other; to teach the 9th formers to choose their favourite jobs, to make conclusion about crucial ages; to develop pupils speaking activities about jobs.
Type : a revision lesson.
Form : a lesson- interview.
Teaching activities: a guessing game, brainstorming riddles, mini test, pair work.
Procedure of the lesson
II. Warm –up : a guessing game ’’what job is it?’’
Pupils are divided into three groups. Each group explains and describes the most important things in ajob. The rest of the pupils should guess what job it is.
Group 1. ;You look after people in hospital. You sometimes work day and sometimes night. What jobs is it?
P1.: a doctor.
Group 2: You don’t walk. You don’t talk to the people in your cabin .You are in the air. What job is it?
P2: a pilot.
Group 3: You build houses, buildings. What job is it?
P 3: a builder.
T: Here is a job description. Read and talk to each other. Which jobs do you like most? Why? Each of you will draw such a chart and fill it in(How much do you earn? Do you enjoy your work?How many days vacation do you have? Have you had any training?Are you good at it? What do you think of the responsibility of your job?)
2.Match words in A with those in B.
Wears and shows new fashions
Designs and draw plans for new buildings
Studies rocks, soils, mountains
5.T: Why are 16,17 and 18 considered to be crucial ages?(pupils should give their reasons and explain)
IV. Listen to the interview.(263-264).
A journalist interviews Jimmy:
How long have you been living on the stree?
For a year.
Why did you come to London?
Of course for a job.
What people can’t you stand?
I can’t stand people who drink or take drugs.
How many copies do you sell a day?
I usually sell 50 copies.
T: Choose the right answer(5 questions and mini-test):
He has been living on the street.
For a month
For a year
For two years
2.Why did he come to London?
a)to look there
b) to look for a job
c) to study at the London university
3.What magazines has he been selling for?
a) the Times
b) the Big Issue
c) the Passion
4.What people can’t he stand? He can’t stand people
a)who talk a lot
b) who sleep a lot
c)who drink or take drugs
5.How many copies does he sell a day?
a) usually about 10
b) usually about 50
c) usually about 100
V. Interview about jobs.
Students play the role of a journalist and role of a doctor, a nurse…
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