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Урок по теме "Описание людей"

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Lesson Plan 5. Unit 4. It Takes Many Kinds to Make the World.

Teacher’s name: O. Gorban

The theme of the lesson: People’s appearance and character.

The aim: by the end of the lesson the Ss will be able to describe people’s appearance and character in monologues and dialogues.

The Objectives: Ss will have practised to use adjectives.

Materials and equipment: SB, cards, PPPresentation.

New language and structure:

Language to be revised: Adjectives

Anticipated problems: too many words

LESSON PROCEDURE

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  1. Warm Up. Comment on the English proverb: Fair face may hide a foul heart

Give the Russian equivalent.
За прекрасной внешностью может скрываться низкая душа.

Ср. Лицом хорош, да душой непригож. Личиком гладок, а делами гадок.

  1. How can we describe a person?

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  1. Vocabulary work. In 4 groups do the tasks on the cards.

Card 1. Choose the words to describe appearance.

Card 2. Choose the words to describe character.

Card 3. Give the synonyms.

Card 4. Give the antonyms.

  1. Reading and matching. Match the short descriptions with the characters.

Key: 1e, 2c, 3d, 4a, 5b

  1. Describe a person you see on the slide

(Power Point Presentation) In turn. Say not less than 5 adjectives.


  1. Dialogues. Take the card with the situation. Act out a dialogue. Use adjectives to describe the people.

  2. Guess your classmate. In turn describe one of your classmates. Other Ss should guess the person described.

  3. Homework. Choose a picture or a photo. Describe a person’s appearance and character.


To involve Ss into the theme of the lesson






To revise lexis










To practice to sort the words, give synonyms and antonyms




To practise matching


To practise to describe a person


To practise to make up and act out dialogues on the situation

To practise guessing a person by description


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Class work










group work







Pair work


Solo work



pairs




class work

Card 1. Choose the words to describe appearance.

Attractive, boring, educated, fragile, independent, unhappy, famous, noble, greedy, bouncy, lonely, modest, smart, slim, attentive, stupid, short, progressive, small, cheerful, mysterious, strong, fat, curious, young, wicked, tall, serious, ugly, gloomy, clever, polite, brave, honest, wise, thin, sad, poor, pleasant, shy, careless, lazy, lovely, slow, tidy, firm




Card 2 Choose the words to describe character.


Attractive, boring, educated, fragile, independent, unhappy, famous, noble, greedy, bouncy, lonely, modest, smart, slim, attentive, stupid, short, progressive, small, cheerful, mysterious, strong, fat, curious, young, wicked, tall, serious, ugly, gloomy, clever, polite, brave, honest, wise, thin, sad, poor, pleasant, shy, careless, lazy, lovely, slow, tidy, firm




Card 3. Give synonyms.


Very small

Attractive

Boring

Clever

Well-known

Thin

Nice

Shy

Independent

Clean






Card 4. Give antonyms.


Beautiful

Interesting

Unhappy

Clever

Tall

Fat

Cheerful

Old

Kind

Rich

Careful

Hard-working

Dialogue 1. You’re in London. You bag was stolen on a bus. You are at the police station asking for help. Your partner is a police officer.

S1:Could you help me, Sir?

S2:Yes, what’s the matter?

S1:When I was going by bus to Victoria Station my bag disappeared.

S2:Do you think it was stolen?

S1:I’m sure. I saw a strange man on the bus. I believe he is a thief.

S2:Can you describe him?

S1:He is tall and thin. His face looked wicked and gloomy.

S2:How was he dressed?

S1:He was in coal-black trousers and a mouse-grey jacket.

S2:Is he young or old?

S1:I think, he is about forty.

S2: Well, we’ll do our best to find your bag. Just wait for our call.

S1:Thanks a lot.





Dialogue 2. Your cousin is coming by plane but you are very busy and ask your friend to meet her at the airport. You partner has never seen your cousin.


S1: I say, Ann, are you busy tomorrow?

S2: Not really. Why?

S1: My cousin Liz is coming by plane but I have a lot of work. Could you meet her at the airport?

S2: Sure. But I haven’t met Liz before. How does she look like?

S1: She is pleasant, tall and slim. Her hair is long and coal-black. And her eyes are emerald-green.

S2: What is she going to wear?

S1: She’ll be in sky-blue jeans and lemon-yellow sweater.

S2:OK. I hope, I’ll recognize her.

S1: Thanks. You are always helpful!




Match the names with the characters

  1. Winnie-the-Pooh

  2. Little Red Riding Hood

  3. Robinson Crusoe

  4. Cinderella

  5. Robin Hood

  1. This character is independent and smart. He is poor, noble and young. He is strong and honest, brave and free. He is thin but never gloomy. He helps the poor people. He lives in Sherwood Forest with his friends.

  2. This character is adventurous. He is curious and brave. He is lonely and poor. He is smart and thin. He is a tall, young man. He likes travelling by sea and lives on a deserted island for a long time.

  3. This character is very poor. She is fragile, and modest. She lives in the family but she is lonely. She is never cheerful because she has a lot of work to do. She is shy and unhappy. She hasn’t got a mother.

  4. This character is fat and fluffy. It’s cheerful and bouncy. It is attractive and pleasant, wise and lovely. It is bulky. It lives in the Ashdown Forest. Its friends are Tigger, Piglet and Owl.

  5. This character is small but brave. She is curious and helpful. She is lovely and pleasant. She is not stupid but sometimes careless. She is clever and young. She has a mother and a grandmother. She isn’t afraid of a wolf.


Match the names with the characters.


a) Winnie-the-Pooh

b) Little Red Riding Hood

c) Robinson Crusoe

d) Cinderella

e) Robin Hood

  1. This character is independent and smart. He is poor, noble and young. He is strong and honest, brave and free. He is thin but never gloomy. He helps the poor people. He lives in Sherwood Forest with his friends.

  2. This character is adventurous. He is curious and brave. He is lonely and poor. He is smart and thin. He is a tall, young man. He likes travelling by sea and lives on a deserted island for a long time.

  3. This character is very poor. She is fragile, and modest. She lives in the family but she is lonely. She is never cheerful because she has a lot of work to do. She is shy and unhappy. She hasn’t got a mother.

  4. This character is fat and fluffy. It’s cheerful and bouncy. It is attractive and pleasant, wise and lovely. It is bulky. It lives in the Ashdown Forest. Its friends are Tigger, Piglet and Owl.

  5. This character is small but brave. She is curious and helpful. She is lovely and pleasant. She is not stupid but sometimes careless. She is clever and young. She has a mother and a grandmother. She isn’t afraid of a wolf.


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