Form : 7
Theme: Wild Weather
Objectives: a) SWAT use the new vocabulary on the topic “Wild Weather”
b) SWAT define natural disasters
c) SWAT comment on the topic, discuss it, give the correct
definitions of new lexical units
d) SWAT know how to behave in different dangerous weather events
Teaching aids: a) pictures illustrating new lexics
c) an interactive board
The Procedure of a lesson:
I. Organization moment a) greeting
b) a talk with a pupil on duty
c) setting up the tasks of a lesson
II. Warm up 1. Speech drill
What is the weather like today?
What was it like yesterday?
Do you know the weather forecast for tomorrow?
Are weather forecasts important for people?
People of what professions are interested in weather forecasts? What is your favourite season? Why do you like it?
Writing a sinquain
Teacher tells the class that she is going to divide them into 3 groups (snow, wind, water) Then she asks pupils to write sinquains to these words
III. Presentation Teacher introduces the new lesson
T:---What do you think why did we start our lesson talking
T:---Yes, you are quite right!The theme of our today’s lesson is
“Wild Weather” It is about dramatic, violent, dangerous
T:--- Look at the blackboard, new lexical units
Avalanche, flood, tsunami, blizzard, hurricane, tornado,
Volcanic eruption, lightening
T:--- Try to guess their meanings.(then teacher gives the
Meanings of the rest of the words and their Kazakh
IV.Practice 1. water snow wind
-Which of these weather events involve water, snow, wind?
2.SB ex 2 p80
a) Pupils match the photos with the correct definition.( to5 photos)
b) Then pupils give definitions to the rest 3 pictures themselves.
3. Speech drill
1. Why are avalanches, hurricanes, floods, tornadoes dangerous?
2. Where do avalanches, blizzards, tornadoes, tsunamis and floods
3. Which of the following natural disasters do you think is the most
4. What’s the worst natural disaster our country has ever
Experienced? What happened? How much damage did it cause?
4. SB ex5 p 81
T:---You probably haven’t experienced any of these things in real
Life, but have you ever seen any of them in a film or on TV?
--- So, pupils imagine that you are reporters. The task is to
Prepare a TV report from the places where dangerous
Weather events are held? Choose a reporter among the
Pupils of your group.
5. SB ex4 p 81
Pupils listen to the tape, then they have to name the events.
Answers: 1. avalanche 2. volcanic erruption
6. SB ex 6 p81
Pupils read the eyewitness accounts and say which event is
Described there. They work in groups. The sentences are mixed
Here, pupils have to make up a story. Answers: flood blizzard tsunami
7. WB ex 1 p53
Pupils circle the odd one from the given list of words:
a) wind rain snow ice
b) blizzard avalanche volcanic eruption snow storm
c) tornado hurricane wind volcanic eruption
8. Grammar Revision SB ex 2 p 83
Pupils revise the grammar material Past Perfect.(how do they
Form it ,when do they use it) Then they complete the
Sentences using the Past Simple or Past Perfect tenses.
They use negatives if necessary.3 sentences are there.
9. WB ex1 p 56
Pupils read the text. There are 5 words which are wrong.
They find them and write the correct word from the given
V.Production a) consolidating the lesson:
1. What is the best way to survive from those dramatic
Weather events? What can you advice?
b) homework WB ex3 p53
c) commenting upon pupil’s activity, evaluating
The demonstrative lesson
Conducted by: Alenova A.A