Date: Lesson: 35
Grade: 9 A, B
Theme: Travelling and tourism
1. Enrich vocabulary by the theme “travelling”, review grammar – need + gerund, train skills of reading, listening and speaking using theme.
2. Develop students’ skills of reading and speaking, listening through the dictation, to form inside motivation to learn English and use the got knowledge in practice.
3. Bring up respect to foreign culture and each other working in groups, to increase the view on the world.
Types of the lesson: combined
SWAT: Student must discuss questions about the travelling, use gerund in daily speech.
Good morning, children. I`m glad to see you. How are you today?
– Who is absent?
– What`s the date today?
– What`s the weather like today?
But what do they travel for?
Where do different means of transport carry passengers?
What do we usually buy when we are going to travel?
Where do we usually pack our things?
Where do we go if we want to travel by train and by plane?
Why is it pleasant, interesting and useful to travel?
Every country has its customs.
There is no place like home.
The wider we roam the welcomer home.
East or West, home is best.
Answer the general questions, ask each other by the chain
Student make the fishbone “type of travelling-transport”
Read and translate
Give new words using pictures of presentation
Work with presentation
Make up word combinations
Make the sentences
Match the words
A – students make up sentences
B- students make word combinations
Students work in pair
New approach in education
Watch video about travelling
Review rule gerund
Learn need+ gerund
Name the gerund
Learn and give the examples
Make the test –double check
Leadership in education
Dictation “Travelling ”
Translate the proper names
Translate 3 sentences
Write down the dictation
Write our proper names – group B
Translate the sentences by group A
Leadership in education
Age ability in education
Make the analyze with
“I like … It was difficult with…”
Learn the words, write down 5 word combination with adjectives
Students make the analyze write opinion on the poster
Vetsel D, Bitenov A, Ryzhkova K, Malahova E, Kameneva K
Bodin A, Fazylhanov N, Nurlanov A
Group A: students make up sentences, work with task 3
Group B: students make word combinations, work with task 2
My travel experience would begin in New York, known as one of the world's most modern cities because of its high buildings and its dynamic spirit. From New York I would cross the Atlantic Ocean to England. In London I would explore the British Museum and visit the shops and pubs along King's Road in Chelsea. My next stop would be Amsterdam, an attractive city because of its steep narrow houses and canals lined with trees. Flying on to Coppenhagen I would eat Danish open-faced sandwiches and be entertained at night clubs in Tivoli Gardens. Having seen enough cities by this time I would head South to the Italian Riviera. Portofino, a handsome fishing village resembling an opera setting, is one of the most charming vacations sports in Europe.