Grade 7 «А» «Б» Date 2.02.2016 №22
Objectives 1. To learn the use of adverbs and adjectives. 2. Teach the ability to think logically.
3.Formation of a stable motivation, support interest in the study of a foreign language.
Materials for the lesson Textbook , pictures, cards with tasks, interactive board, CD, tape recorder.
Procedure of the lesson Org. moment
Lesson phase Students and teacher interaction Time
Introduction: Date and attendance
Introduction the theme of the lesson Warm- up: Answering some questions the students will give their explanations to the tenses. Students will try to answer the teacher’s questions. 3 min
T: Good morning, boys and girls! Sit down, please. Glad to see you. How are you? You are going to have an unusual lesson.
Now let’s make a circle and greet each other. Say your best wishes. I wish you good luck! Thank you! Take your seats, please.
What is an adjective?When we use the adjective?
What kinds of adjectives do you know?
Checking of the homework:
Adjectives tell us something about a person or a thing. Adjectives can modify nouns (here: girl) or pronouns (here: she).
Adverbs tell us in what way someone does something. Adverbs can modify verbs (here: drive), adjectives or other adverbs.
Mandy is a careful driver. This sentence is about Mandy, the driver, so use the adjective.
Mandy drives carefully. This sentence is about her way of driving, so use the adverb.
adjectiveadverbgoodwellfastfasthardhardStudents will try to say their best wishes to each other.
Students will answer the questions.
Students will read their home task.
Adjective + -lyadjective adverb
1.Ex:3a p.99 Find more adverbs in the quiz.
2.Ex: 3bp.99 Write the adverbs for these adjectives.
3.Now choose an adverb from your list in 3b to complete these sentences.
Work in pairs.
Ex:3c work with a friend and compare your sentences. Students will do grammar exercises.
Students will work in pairs and compare their sentences. 10 min
Production: What about you?
Think about your habits and try to tell about them using adverbs. Students (writing, speaking) 5 min
T: Teacher: I'm quite satisfied with your work at the lesson. I'm pleased with your answers. Thank you for today's lesson. T: Have you understood everything at the lesson? What will you change in your behaviour? Conclusion:
Use the adjective when you say something about the person itself.
Use the adverb, when you want to say about the action.
Pupils give marks to each other. If pupils from Group 2 think that Group1 has worked very well they raise red circles, if they don’t think so they raise yellow ones.
Homework: Ex:1 p.54 1 min