Gymnasium named after Akhmet BaitursynulyAn open lesson
Theme: My talented family
Teacher: N. Talipova
Karatau – 2013
Theme of the lesson: My talented family
Aims of the lesson: A) educational: to introduce the students with the use of the structure “wish + Past Simple”;
B) developing: to practice the students to use the structure “wish + Past Simple”; to develop students’ reading, speaking, writing and listening habits;
C) up-bringing: to bring up students to love and to respect all members of the family; to help them in choosing the future profession.
Type of the lesson: combined
Methods: visual, conversational
Aids: slides, pictures, cards
Procedure of the lesson:
Conversation with the student on duty.
Phonetic drill (A rhyme “My family” ):
This is my father,
This is my mother,
This is my brother Paul.
This is my sister,
This is my uncle.
How I love them all.
Checking of the home task: (Exercises 6, 7 on page 39)
New theme: The structure “wish + Past Simple”
You have got a new book. My book is old. I wish I had a new one.
I know that S1 can play the guitar. I wish I could play the guitar.
You are young and joyful. I wish I were you.
We use “wish + Past Simple” to express regret about the present and say we would like things to be different. And we often use “were” instead of “was” after “wish”.
Reading: “My talented family”
(Students should read the next “My talented family” and find the sentences with “wish + Past Simple”):
I wish I could draw as well as her.
I wish I played computer games as well as they do.
I wish I had a talent for invention.
I wish I was musical.
I wish I knew more about the world.
I wish I weren’t such a bad cook.
Speaking: 1) Question- answer work:
Who is a good artist?
Who is good at computer games?
Who is an inventor?
Who is a good pianist?
Who sings like an angel?
Who knows a lot about the world?
Who are good cooks?
Who is a writer?
2) Exercise 1 (Students should complete Mandy’s sentences beginning them with I wish…):
(have) a talent for invention.
(know) more about the world.
(not be)such a bad cook.
(can) draw well.
(play) computer games well.
Sum up of the lesson:
-Now students, read these sentences and turn them into wishes.
I haven’t got a mobile phone.
I don’t know how to play chess.
I can’t ski.
I have to tidy my room every week.
I’m not musical.
Your home task for the next lesson will be exercises 1, 2, 3 on page 40.