The plan of the lesson
The theme: Step 4 Table manners
The objectives of the lesson:
to teach pupils to know the manners at the table.
to teach them to find the words and expressions in any situation.
to enrich their lexics by new words on the given theme.
to develop pupils’ abilities in speaking through pair work.
to develop their creative abilities through different kinds of activities.
to develop their speech speaking about table manners.
Bringing – up aims:
to bring them up: It is important to know how to set at the table .
to teach them: “to be well-bred and know how to behave at the table”.
Methods: individual work, group work, pair work, question-answer.
Visual aids: the interactive board, slides, a diagram.
The procedure of the lesson
Good afternoon, pupils!
Good afternoon, teacher!
Who is on duty today?
I’m on duty today.
Who is absent today?
All are present.
What is the date today?
The 4th of December
Well, today we have an unusual lesson. I divide the class into 3 groups using the pictures. These smileys I’ll give you for marks; “5”, “4”, “3”.
Dear teachers! You are welcome to the 7 “Ә” form.
Checking up the home work.
T: What was your home task for today’s lesson?
P: It was ex 13 p 84 Read the information about Coco-Cola. Underline passive voice.
T: Pupils, look at the interactive board and listen to the advice from a famous Scotland writer R. L. Stevenson.
A child should always say what’s true
And speak when he is spoken to
And behave mannerly at table
At least as far as he is able.
T: I think that you know the table manners.
I want to give you some pictures, you should match the sentences with the pictures.
Who of these boys have the bad manners?
Mike. We think that it’s Mike, because he takes the biggest piece of cake. And in our opinion it’s not right.
John. We think that it is John because he doesn’t offer a seat to Helen. And it’s not right.
Helen. We think that it is Helen, because she is going away while Nick is eating. And we think that it is wrong.
The theme of our lesson today is “Table manners”. And we are going to talk about your manners at the table.
Table manners [teibl mænәs] дастархан мәдениеті
Sit up straight [sit up streit] түзу отыру
Eat with your fingers [i: t wið jo: fiŋə] қолымен жеу
Put your elbows [put jo: elbou] шынтағыңды қою
Mouth full [mauθ ful] ауыз тола
Lick your fingers [lik jo: fiŋə] қолды жалау
Presentation of the new material.
T: Table manners are very important if you eat in a restaurant or at home.
Girls and boys look at the blackboard and listen to me.
Name: Table manners__________________
1. You should sit up straight
2. You shouldn’t eat with your fingers
6. You shouldn’t lick your fingers
7. You should say “Thank you” after the meal
3. You shouldn’t put your elbows on the table
5. You shouldn’t talk with your mouth full
4. You should put your dirty knife, spoon and fork on your plate
Table manners are Continental - the fork is held in the left hand and the knife in the right while eating.
Some foods are meant to be eaten by hand. Our fathers sit at the top of the table.
If guests come to our house the guests sit at the top of the table (tor). Kazakh’s are very hospitable people. And we respect our guests.
I ask some questions about table manners. You will answer them. Match the questions with the answers.
1. What is the correct way to sit at the table?
C Sit straight and close to the table. Don’t put your elbows on the table.
2. Do you use your knife or your fork to take a slice of bread from the table?
E Neither. Your hand is quite correct to get a slice of bread for yourself.
3. How do you cut your meat?
F It is wrong first to cut all the meat on your plate in small pieces and then
eat it. Cut off a slice, eat it and then cut another slice.
4. What do you do with the spoon after stirring your tea?
G Don’t leave the spoon in your glass while drinking. Put it on your saucer.
5. What do you say if you like the dish very much?
B It tastes really fine. It was very delicious
6. What do you say if you dislike the dish?
D Nothing. Keep your impressions to yourself, its impolite towards the
7. Where do you keep your book or newspaper during a meal, on the table or your lap?
A Nowhere near the table. Reading at meals is a bad habit and impolite
Write sentences saying what you do when you sit down at a table. Use always, sometimes, never
1. When I finish eating I ____________ put my knife and fork together on my plate.
2. When I finish eating I____________ washing my hands.
3. I_____________ read when I am eating.
4. I _____________watch TV when I am eating.
6. I _____________use knife when I eat.
7. I _____________ read when I am eating.
VI. Relaxing time
Table Manners Poster
This poster hangs in a family kitchen.
Remember gold rules: When you sit at the table: Don’t lick your fingers, Sit up straight and say thank you, Use your knives and forks or spoons, But don’t put your elbows on the table.
T: Open your diaries and write down your home task for the next lesson
Ex: 4b p. 87 Read the text. Give a title to it. The title of this text is “Table manners”
T: Today you were very active. I hope you have much information about this theme.
I’ll give marks who was very activity. Your mark is …
T: The lesson is over, good bye girls and boys, you are free!