Good morning, children! My name is Evgeniya Andreevna, and today I’ll be your English teacher. I’m glad to see you. Please, sit down! Are you ready to begin? Show me your books, exercise books, pens. Well, you are ready!
Беру коробку: I have a box, as you can see…
It is unusual one, what can it be?
A present… but for whom is this present, we’ll see later.
Now, look at the projector, please. I’ve written our theme. It’s not easy, but try and guess, what we are going to talk about? You should find 2 words, adding and striking out the letters. Festive time. What does it mean in Russian? Время праздника. Now, open your books at page 46, look through the page and guess what shall we do at the lesson? We shall ………learn new words, - learn the differences between “make” and “do”, do exercises, read, play.
Заготовка, написана на доске. Our aim is to learn the new words, the differences between “make” and “do”, and information about some holidays. Our task is to do lexical exercises, using the new vocabulary. Our problem is to find a way of congratulating.
First of all, let’s look at our word list, Module 5a. Listen and read the new words after me: …. Well done!
It’s time to do a phonetic exercise: Look at the projector, listen and read after me:
Need a lot of preparations,
We all are busy,
Phone calls we make,
Do shopping, dusting, washing,
And also bake a cake!
Help me to translate the poem, please!
And now, let’s play! Here you see a fillword. You have the same on your desks. Your task is to find 12 words, connected with our theme. Work in pairs. Ok, who has found a word?
F e s t iv e D P
W W is h a D u r
a S B e c n B s e
s h u s C a a t p
h o g y e k k ia
ip n T e a e n r
n p iit e d g a
g E x c S n o it
Bake, dance, wish, busy, excited, shopping, preparations, cake, festive, dusting, washing, tea.Now let’s play the game “A Snowball”. What does it mean in Russian? Снежный ком. Every student will go to the blackboard one by one and pronounce a new word. Every time we’ll start from the very beginning. Ok, who will be the first?
Now let’s do some exercises for our eyes. Повернуть их к стене.
Look at the ceiling, look at the floor,
Look at the window, look at the door.
Close your eyes. Roll your eyes clockwise (one, two, three)
Roll your eyes anticlockwise. (one, two, three) Open your eyes!
Well, it’s high time to learn the differences between “make” and “do”. Look at the projector. Both these words mean “делать”, but what is the difference?
To make means to produce something (изготавливать, производить)
To do means to perform an action (выполнять действие)
Please, open your workbooks. Who can tell me what date is it today? Заготовка, написана на доске. The 17th of November. Write down the date, classwork. Divide your sheet of paper into two columns: title them “make” and “do” . Ready? Ok, we start doing exercise 1 at page 46. Shall we use the first combination with do or make? And what about the second one? … Go on doing the exercise themselves. Right you are!
to make to do
the decorations the dusting
a phone call your homework
tea the gardening
a special dish the washing up
а сакеthe shopping
Take your partner’s exercise book and check it. Спросить 2х прочесть по колонке.
Get your exercise books back. Who has 3 and more mistakes? Who has 1 or 2 mistakes? Who has no mistakes?
At home you’ll do practically the same exercises, using “make”, “do” and the new vocabulary. Write down your home task: ex 1,2 page 29 in your workbooks, learn the new words by heart.
I think you’re a little bit tired, aren’t you? Shall we do a physical exercise? Stand up please! Зарядка.
Ok! It’s much better now! Sit down. Look at page 46. Here you see a text an email. Who is sending it? To whom? ……. We should put the paragraphs in the right order. Let’s listen and read it after the speaker sentence by sentence. Слушаем и читаем текст.
Tell me please, what is the email about? Do you like this holiday? Why?
Do you know a holiday called “Mother’s day”? I’d like to tell some words about it. “Mother’s day” is celebrated on the last Sunday of November in Russia. The holiday started in 1998 to mark the role of the most important person in everyone’s life. The light-blue forget-me-not is the emblem of the “I love you, Mom” actions that take place in Russia. These delicate flowers remind us not to forget our mothers.
Coming back to our box, guess for whom is this present? For mothers. It’s interesting to know, what is there in the box?
Into the box, we see a poster and forget-me-nots.
We’ll use them making preparations.
I offer you to make a joint greeting card
And to present your warm and kind congratulations!
On your desks you have a list of adjectives. Think of your mother, and choose 2 adjectives, the most suitable for her. Write them down on your forget-me-not. One by one you’ll come to the poster, tell us about your mother and stick the flower to the poster. Start your sentence with “My mother is ……”
open - открытый, искренний
shy - скромный,
creative - творческий,
emotional - эмоциональный
energetic- энергичныйbrave- смелый
kind- добрыйgood- хороший, friendly- дружелюбныйclever- умныйpolite- вежливыйmerry- радостный,
Who will be the first? What kind of person is your mother?
Пусть говорят, смотря на одноклассников. Turn to your classmates.
Our poster looks great!! And now you can make your own greeting card at home. Great you are!
All of you tried so hard at the lesson, and the most active were …… they get 5.
So our lesson is coming to the end. Let’s sum it up: we’ve learnt the new words, the differences between “make” and “do”, and information about some holidays. We’ve done lexical and phonetic exercises and made a joint greeting card. You have made a lot of progress.
If the information of the lesson was clear for you show me red hearts. If you had some difficulties show me yellow faces. All right! That’s all for today, thank you.