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Урок в 5 классе "The English Party"

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Урок английского языка в 5а классе

« The English Party»

Учитель английского языка Дохужева Ф.А., . высшая категория.

Майкоп 2011

Урок в 5а классе

Тема: «English Party»

Цели урока:

социокультурный аспект – знакомство с основными англоговорящими странами и их столицами;

развивающий аспект – развитие фонетичиских навыков учащихся, их артистических способностей;

воспитательный аспект – осознание знаний и способностей, требуемых для плодотворного сотрудничества;

учебный аспект – формирование грамматических навыков (Past Simple,Present Perfect с наречиями just, yet, already)

речевой – продуктивный: лексика и грамматика предыдущих уроков.

Оборудование урока: ноутбук, проектор, экран.

На доске: Add some cheer to the atmosphere (Proverb)

Флаги Великобритании, США, Канады, Австралии, Новой Зеландии,

Класс украшен шарами, рисунками.

План урока.

1.Фонетическая зарядка. 2 мин.

2.Речевая зарядка. 2мин.

3.Грамматические упражнения. 4мин.

4.Проект « Подготовка к концерту». 5мин.

5.Концерт. 25 мин.

6.Домашнее задание. 1мин.

7.Подведение итогов. 1мин.

1. Teacher(T): Hello, everybody! Sit down, please! I am glad to see you!

Today we are going to have an unusual lesson! The epigraph is: Add some cheer to the atmosphere (Proverb: P1. read the proverb, please. P2, do you understand it? P3, can you translate the proverb? Do please!

Well, as real English people let us begin with the weather. Repeat after me:

When the weather is wet

We must not fret.

When the weather is cold,

We must not scold.

When the weather is warm

We must not storm.

But be thankful together whatever the weather.

P, can you recite this poem by heart? Well done, thank you.

The next poem is:

There was a crooked man and he went a crooked mile,

He found a crooked sixpence against a crooked stile

He bought a crooked cat which caught a crooked mouse

And they all lived together in a little crooked house.

Who can recite o poem? P4, do you know it in Russian?

Very good, thank you!

2.T.Answer my questions, please.

1. What is the weather like today?

2. Who is absent?

3. Do you want to have English party?

4. English speaking countries and the capitals!

3. Let us revise some words and word-combinations.

T. Well, repeat after me, please To discuss the programme, to make up the programme, to sing songs, to make the decorations, to draw the poster, to organize the party.

Let us make some sentences with these phrases.

Some days ago we V2

This week we have V3

Just, already or yet?

  1. Have you been to England …?

  2. He has…watched a cartoon.

  3. We have …sung a song.

Since or for?

  1. I have already read this book …three days.

  2. Ann has played the piano …she was six.

  3. I have watched the TV …three hours.

Correct the mistakes:

  1. We haven’t finished our project already.

  2. My sister have spent two weeks in Africa this year.

  3. I have drew a beautiful picture today.

3. T. Let us make up the programme of our English party.

1. We must choose the comperes – Lyuda and Timur; poems will be recited by the GIRLS, the play – by the BOYS, songs will be sung by everyone! To make cheer the atmosphere let’s sing our favourite song Jingle Bells

4.So let us start! Timur and Lyuda you are our comperes! Good luck!

T. Ladies and gentlemen! Welcome to our English party!

L. We want you to have fun! Let us have fun together!

T. You know that Great Britain consists of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. But do you know the difference between the English, Scottish and Irish?

L. Well, I can tell you a story. Listen to me and be very attentive!

Once an Englishman was asked about the difference between the English, Scottish and Irish.

«You see,» was the reply, «in leaving a train, an Irish walks off without looking to see whether he has left anything behind; an Englishman looks back to see whether he has left anything; and a Scotsman looks to see whether anybody else has left anything.”.

T. Well, it’s rather interesting! And now comes the poem The House that Jack Built. Dasha Kryukovskaya will recite and dramatize it.

This is the house

That Jack built.

This is the bread

That was in the house

That Jack built.

This is the rat

That ate the bread

That was in the house

That Jack built.

This is the cat
That killed the rat

That ate the bread

That was in the house

That Jack built.

This is the dog
That chased the cat

That killed the rat

That ate the bread

That was in the house

That Jack built.

This is the cow

That tossed the dog

That chased the cat

That killed the rat

That ate the bread

That was in the house

That Jack built.

This is the girl

That milked the cow

That tossed the dog

That chased the cat

That killed the rat

That ate the bread

That was in the house

That Jack built.

This is the fellow

That kissed the girl

That milked the cow

That tossed the dog

That chased the cat

That killed the rat

That ate the bread

That was in the house

That Jack built.

That is the cock

That woke the fellow

That kissed the girl

That milked the cow

That tossed the dog

That chased the cat

That killed the rat

That ate the bread

That was in the house

That Jack built.

L. Well done! Thank you!

T. Thank you! You see, Lyuda, I wonder how Dasha can lern such poems by heart!

L. I think our classmates will explain it. Six Serving Men

By R. Kipling

I keep six honest serving men.

They taught me all I knew.

Their names are: What and Why and When

And How and Where and Who.

I send them over land and sea.

I send them East and West,

But after they have worked for me,

I give them all the rest.

I let them rest from nine till five,

For I’m busy then,

As well as breakfast, lunch and tea,

For they are hungry men.

But different folk have different views,

I know a person small,

She keeps ten million serving men,

Who get no rest at all!

She sends them abroad on her own affairs

From the second she opens her eyes:

One million Hows, two million Wheres.

And seven million Whys!

T. I see. To know much means to work hard!

L. Yes! But I want us to have a rest! There are some questions on the screen. Choose any question you like and try to answer it!

1. What never ask a question but you must always answer it?

2. When do horses have eight feet?

3. Which month of the year is shortest?

4. What goes without moving from its place?

5. When does Friday come before Thursday?

6. What is it without hands and without feet, without head or body, but can open a door?

L. Now our boys will show you the play called A Beef-steak for the Horse

Scene: A country inn. Two men are sitting on a bench by the fireside. The host is standing behind the bar. There are some two chairs not far from the bar in the corner. A man in an overcoat comes in.

Man in the overcoat: Oh, what awful weather! Rain and snow all day! And it’s so cold! My hands and feet are quite frozen! And I am wet through (takes off his coat and goes up to the men sitting at the fire). Gentlemen, may I take a seat near the fire? I am very cold!

1st Man (very politely): It is a pity, sir, but there is no room for your. I am very sorry, indeed!

2nd Man I’m very sorry, but what to do? There is no room for you. I’m very sorry, indeed!

Man in the overcoat: All right, I’ll go over there. (to the host) I say, will you give a beef-steak to my horse? It must be hot and big.

Host: But, sir, are you sure that your horse will eat a beef-steak? Horses never eat meat.

Man in overcoat: Do as I say. My horse will eat a beef-steak, if it is hot and big. Please be quick, as my horse is very hungry.

1st Man: Do you hear? He says his horse eats beef-steaks. Horses never eat meat.

2nd Man: Well, I never heard of a horse that ate meat.

1st Man: I say, let’s go and see that horse. It must be a wonderful horse.

2nd Man: Yes, let us go at once.

They go out together with the Host. The man in overcoat goes quickly to the fire and sits down on the bench. He takes up the whole bench for himself. Then the two men and the Host come back.

1st Man: Well, I told you that horses don’t eat beef-steaks!

2nd Man: And I said so. What nonsense!

The host goes behind the bar with the plate. The two men come up to the fireside.

Man in overcoat: I am very sorry, gentlemen, but there is no room for you at the fireside. Perhaps, you will take seats over there in that corner. (to the Host) So the horse didn’t eat the beef-steak. Well, bring it here. And a cup of coffee too.

L. Thank you, our boys! I think it’s high time to have a break! Let’s sing and dance! The Pinguine danse from Baby Time.

Put your hands up in the air and shake your bodies round

Hang upon your toes and turn around, around

Hands way up high, hands way down low

Stamp with your feet and jump, jump, jump.

T. Now we can applause each other. Thank you!

L. We can’t imagine the English party without jokes!

T. Ladies and gentlemen! Attention, please! English humor!

P1. I find television very educational – when somebody turns it off I go into another room and read a book.

P2.Teacher; Which is nearer to us, America or the moon?

Pupil3. The moon.

P2 The moon? Why do you think so?

P3. Because we can see the moon, but we can’t see America.

P4 Father, shall I be an ear specialist or a tooth specialist?

P5.Choose the teeth, my boy, everyone has thirty-two of them but only two ears.

P6. Teacher: Tommy, if you have five pounds in one pocket and ten in another, what will you have?

P7. Tommy: Somebody else’s trousers/

P8 Teacher; A noun is the name of a thing. Who can give me a noun?

P9. 1st boy: A cow, sir.

P8. Very good! Another noun!

З10, 2nd boy: Another cow, sir!

L. Everything was very good! Thank you!

T. Thank you!

L. Now, words of wisdom from our girls Olga and Bella.

Work while you work,

Play while you play,

This is the way

To be happy and gay.

All that you do,

Do with your might,

Things done by halves

Are never done right.

One thing each time,

And that done well,

Is a very good rule,

As many can tell.

Moments are useless,

When trifled away,

So work while you work

And play while you play.

L. Our girls will show us their work – presentarion about W. Disney.

T. I think, girls, you are write! We’ll do everything with all our might!

L. And now some poems about an English girl called Betty

P11 Betty, my sister, and I fell out

And what do you think it was about?

She loved coffee and I loved tea,

And that was the reason we couldn’t agree.

P12.Betty Botta bought some butter,

But she said: «This butter’s bitter,

But a bit of better butter

Will make my batter better»

So she bought a bit of butter

Better than the bitter butter

And it made her batter better.

So it was better. Betty Botta

Bought a bit of better butter.

T. I think it’s time for our song. It is a Scottish folk-song My Bonnie.

My bonnie is over the ocean

My bonnie is over the sea,

My bonnie is over the ocean,

O bring back my bonnie to me.


Bring back, bring back,

O bring back my bonnie to me, to me

Bring back, bring back

O bring back my bonnie to me.

We hope we’ll learn our English

One day we can travel abroad

We’ll see London bridge and Westminster

And even New York the melting pot

Refrain: Bring back, bring back,

O bring back my bonnie to me, to me

Bring back, bring back

O bring back my bonnie to me.

L. Our English party is now over. Thank you!

T. Thank you!

6. Teacher. Our concert is over. Now, open your diaries and write down your hometask, please Ex. 2, p.44 (AB).

7. T. P1, P2, P3, P4, you’ve worked hard, you’ve got 5

P,P you’ve worked very good, you’ve got 4

P, P you’ve worked not bad, you’ve got 3.

Stand up, the lesson is over. Good bye!


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