Unit 3. APPEARANCE
Тема. Який одяг ти носиш?
Навчальна: практикувати всі види мовленнєвої діяльності, вивчити новий вірш, учити вести бесіду, слухати співрозмовника;
Розвивальна: розвивати логічне мислення, увагу та зорову пам’ять, спостережливість, удосконалювати фонетику та артикуляцію звуків, усні комунікативні уміння з опорою на наочність;
Виховна: виховувати загальну культуру спілкування учнів, зацікавити в розширенні своїх знань.
Обладнання: фотографії учнів.
1. Pick up the pupils’
Place several objects on your desk.
Tell pupils to look at them for a minute.
Then cover the objects with a cloth, and ask pupils to write down (or call out) as many of the objects as they can remember.
At first pupils will only be able to say a word: a (pen), (two) (rulers), an (apple). Later they can say: “There’s a (pen). There are (two) (rulers)”.
Write the structure on the board to help the pupils to remember it.
3. Look, match and say (p. 56, ex. 1).
Pupils look at the pictures. They follow the strings from each child to his / her clothes.
Ask questions about the children’s clothes.
– Whose dress is it? – It’s Ann’s.
– Whose boots are they? – They are Tom’s.
4. Work in pairs. Ask and answer (p. 56, ex. 2).
Read the dialogue. Pupils listen.
In pairs, pupils read and practice the dialogue only. One
In pairs, pupils read and practice the dialogue using the other clothes flashcards, for example, “a dress” and the winter words. One or two pairs act out the dialogue. Stick or write the clothes words on the board to help the pupils to act out the dialogue. Don’t forget to ask about the seasons.
READING AND WRITING
5. Let’s exercise. Listen and do (p. 56, ex. 3).
Read the poem and mime. Pupils listen and watch.
Read again, pausing after each sentence to let the pupils mime.
Ask the pupils to read the poem too. Do choral and individual repetition.
Read the poem and translate the difficult words if necessary.
Tell the pupils to stand up. Say the poem and do the actions. Ask the pupils to repeat after you.
6. Play a game. Work in pairs. Say and draw (p. 57, ex. 4).
Choose a pupil to be blindfolded.
Ask him / her to come up to the board and put on a blindfold. Give instructions to draw parts of the body and clothes.
You can play two or three rounds.
7. Read and write (p. 57, ex. 5).
Read the text. Pupils listen and read in silence.
Read the word combinations chorally and individually.
Ask the pupils to stick the photos to the board.
Work in pairs. Pupils describe each other.
8. Listen and read (p. 57, ex. 6).
Read the drills. Draw the pupils’ attention to the vowel sounds. Do choral and individual repetition.
9. Speak English (p. 57, ex. 7).
Ask the pupils to make groups of four.
Ask them to show the photos to each other.
Ask to read the questions and answer them.
ENDING THE LESSON
Read a poem and mime (p. 56, ex. 3).
Read “Ten Little Fingers” (p. 56, ex. 3).
Describe your friend.