Unit 7. І AM AT SCHOOL
Тема. Мої однокласники
Навчальна: активізувати вивчений лексико-граматичний матеріал, розвивати вміння та навички читання, письма, усного мовлення, удосконалювати компетенції читання, аудіювання й усного монологічного мовлення;
Розвивальна: розвивати логічне мислення, увагу та зорову пам’ять, спостережливість, удосконалювати фонетику та артикуляцію звуків, усні комунікативні вміння з опорою на наочність;
Виховна: виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.
“Шкільне життя”, тематичні картки.
1. Play a few rounds of the Spelling Shark with the new school objects.
2. Look and say (p. 132, ex. 1).
Pointing at the uniform, ask a few questions in English about the pictures: “What do the pupils wear to school? What colour is the uniform? Is it comfortable? Have you got a school emblem on your uniform?” etc.
Pupils answer the questions using the new words.
3. Work in pairs. Ask and answer (p. 132, ex. 2).
Explain to the pupils that there is a new girl in their class. Pupils have to ask her some questions.
Write the questions on the board using the beginnings of the questions from the exercise.
Some pupils read the questions, others answer them.
Act out the dialogue two or three times.
4. Time for fun. Listen and repeat (p. 132, ex. 3).
Revise the numbers using number cards. Stick the cards under the written words on the board. Point at the number and ask the pupils to spell the
number. Repeat it two or three times chorally and individually.
Ask the pupils to look at the picture. Ask to count the frogs. Count chorally. Then ask the pupils to read the title of the poem and check the number they have counted with the title of the poem.
Teach the new word pointing at the vest. Drill the pronunciation.
Say the poem pausing after each line for the class to repeat.
Ask one of the exemplary pupils to read the poem too. He / She reads the text while the class listens.
Pupils chant the poem, first together and then individually if they wish.
If the pupils have difficulties, translate it into their native language.
Ask questions about the poem: “What colour are the coats? What school rule is it? Are the coats small or big?”
READING AND WRITING
5. Listen and read (p. 133, ex. 4).
Ask the pupils to look at the pictures.
Ask the pupils to read the text in silence.
Pupils take turns to read the text. They point at the picture.
Pupils read and practice the clothes words and colours.
Help or correct the pupils if they have difficulties.
Play the game “What can I see” using the clothes words and checking the spelling.
Let the pupils take over.
6. Choose and say (p. 133, ex. 5).
Ask the pupils to read the questions individually and choose the answers.
Check the answers and correct them if necessary.
Key: 1. Yes, they are. 2. Yes, they do. 3. Yes, they are.
7. Write (p. 133, ex. 6).
Ask the pupils to look at the picture.
Ask them to name the school objects.
Revise the order of words in Yes / No and Wh-questions. Use the table “Present Simple Tense”.
Read the sentences and make two types of questions. Draw the pupils’ attention to the auxiliary verb “to be”.
ENDING THE LESSON
8. Speak English (p. 133, ex. 7).
Imagine there is a new boy / girl in your class. You have to ask him / her some questions about school subjects and classmates.
Read the text (p. 133, ex. 4).