Unit 2. LET’S HAVE FUN
Тема. Я люблю спорт
Навчальна: ознайомити з новими лексичними одиницями, повторити раніше вивчені лексичні одиниці, звуки, граматичні структури, уміння вести бесіду, слухати співрозмовника, перевірити й закріпити знання за заданою темою, закріпити вживання лексичних структур;
Розвивальна: розвивати логічне мислення, увагу й зорову пам’ять, спостережливість, удосконалювати фонетику та артикуляцію звуків, усні комунікативні уміння з опорою на наочність;
Виховна: виховувати культуру співбесіди,
Обладнання: постер на тему “Спорт”.
1. Play a few rounds of Spelling Shark (This is a version of the traditional
Hangman game.) Briefly explain the rules to the class. You can play the game to revise the vocabulary for the lesson.
Think of any sport activity, e. g., “skip”. Don’t say it aloud. Draw a “cliff” line on the board. At the bottom of the “cliff” draw a shark and the sea.
Write the word with two blanks: “_ki_”. Pupils take turns to guess one letter in the sport activity. If that letter is in the word, write it in the appropriate blank. If it is not in the word, draw a little “stick figure” starting to walk towards the edge of the cliff. Pupils must guess all the letters correctly before the stick figure falls off the cliff and into the shark’s jaws.
2. Listen and repeat (p. 36, ex. 1).
Tell the pupils
Read the words, pausing after each word. Pupils repeat the words chorally and individually.
Read the sentences.
Then ask the questions about the sports: “What sport do you like? Does your friend play hockey?” etc.
3. Look and say (p. 36, ex. 2).
Ask the pupils to look at the pictures and read the explanation.
Look at Picture 1 and make sentences to explain: “Ann likes swimming, but she doesn’t like aerobics.” Ask the pupils to repeat after you.
Pupils make sentences to Pictures 2 and 3.
4. Listen, read and act out (p. 36, ex. 3).
Ask the pupils to look at the pictures. Then ask the questions: “What animals can you see? Are they friends? What activities do they like? What is the dog’s name? What is the cat’s name?”
Read the dialogue. Pupils listen and point at the pictures. In pairs, pupils read and practice it.
Act out the dialogue. Repeat with a different pupil, but this time let the pupil choose a partner to act it out with.
Repeat with several different pupils. Ask the pupils to imitate the sounds and mime the actions.
Help or correct the pupils if they have difficulties.
5. Listen and read (p. 37, ex. 4).
Ask the pupils to look at the picture.
They listen as you read the text.
Read the sentences. Pupils listen.
Read again, pausing after each sentence.
Ask the pupils to read the text. Do choral and individual repetition.
6. Choose and say (p. 37, ex 5).
After reading the text (p. 37, ex. 4) you can check the understanding of the text.
Read the sentences and answer “Yes” or “No”.
Key: 1. No. 2. Yes. 3. Yes.
Ask the questions: “Do you want to be famous? Do you like swimming? Do you go to the swimming pool?”
READING AND WRITING
7. Write and say (p. 37 ex 6).
Ask the pupils to write questions to Sam about his hobby.
Write a table on the board and ask the pupils to make questions using the table.
Go to the swimming pool?
Go swimming on Sundays?
Want to be famous?
Pupils make questions and read them aloud. They write the questions down.
ENDING THE LESSON
8. Speak English (p. 37, ex. 7).
Explain to the pupils that they have to speak about their hobby.
Tell them about your hobby: “I like aerobics. It is a good sport. I go to the sport center on Monday and Wednesday. I am good at aerobics.”
Ask the pupils to read the example individually.
Ask the pupils to speak about their hobby. Help or correct the pupils if they have difficulties.
Do ex. 7, p. 37.
Read ex. 4, p. 37.