Level: 4 grade
The theme of the lesson: Countable and uncountable nouns
The aims and objectives of the lesson: To ask and to talk about food and drink, to give some information about the “countable and uncountable nouns” ,to do exercises using the grammar materials.
To develop pupil`s abilities in speaking and in their speech through asking and answering questions, to develop their creative abilities through different kinds of activities.
To bring up pupils to be attentive ,to write nearly and correctly, to foster their love and the culture of communication and the need in practical use of language.
The type of the lesson: mixed lesson
The kind of the lesson: Mastering the new rhyme
The methods of the lesson: explaining, reading, speaking, writing, talking, comparing, brain-storming
Visual aids: interactive board, pictures, cards, papers.
The procedure of the lesson
-Good morning pupils!
II. Checking up the homework
Let`s checking up your home task. Now look at the board .Let`s play the game “Who is the best?”
Ok. All of you look at the board and read the words.I` ll check up your pronunciation.
Four fine fresh fish for you.
Explaining new material
work on new concepts: Countable (or count) nouns are words which can be counted. They have a singular form and a plural form. They usually refer to things. Most countable nouns become plural by adding `-s`, `- es` at the end of the word.
Uncountable (or non-+count) nouns are words which cannot be counted. Therefore, they only have a singular form. They have no plural forms. If you want to express a quantity, you have to use a special phrase e.g. a glass of water. For example: Singular: money
Many- саналатын зат есімнің алдында қолданылады.
Much- Саналмайтын зат есімнің алдында қолданылады.
Now pupils pay attention. Rules. Video.
b) tasks for the development of cognitive abilities.
If pupils make mistakes, the teacher will correct them.
Task 1. Are these nouns countable or uncountable?
Task2. Reading the text “The USA”
In the United States oranges usually come from California and Florida. Apples come from Washington. Bananas come from America. Cheese comes from California and sometimes from Europe.
Lamb usually comes from Colorado and Montana. Coffee comes from Colombia.
Task 3. True or false?
Cheese comes from Europe. F
Lamb comes from Colorado and Montana. T
Coffee comes from Kazakhstan. F
In the USA oranges come from Arizona. F
Bananas come from South America
Task 4. Brain-ring. Game
Consolidation. To consolidate the lesson by asking questions or translating
Pupils answer the questions or translate.”Golden coin”
There are many eggs in the fridge.
Саналмайтын зат есім
Сен кофе қалайсың ба?
Саналатын зат есім
Тарелкада көптеген алмалар бар.
Стаканның ішінде көп су бар.
Home work To learn by heart the rules and write . If they don`t understand the task they will ask .
Evaluation They `ll bring their diaries to the teacher to put their marks.
The end of the lesson. The lesson is over. Good-bye, children!