6 Form Lesson 16 Date:
Checking up h/w:
The main part:
Then and now.
I could dance …
Закрепление и совершенствование знаний учащихся по теме «Прошедшее Неопределённое время».
1) Обеспечить в ходе урока усвоение учащимися Прошедшего времени глагола “can”.
2) Воспитывать внимательность у учащихся.
3) Развивать навыки составления предложений.
People, birds, to check spellings, to see in the dark, to sleep, to hear, to think, to translate, to walk, to laugh, to draw, to skate, to ski.
Past Indefinite tense of the verb “can”.
The procedure of the lesson:
T: Good morning, dear children! Sit down! Who is on duty today? What date is it today? Who is absent today?
Ex. 1 p. 42 Think of a word that begins with the last letter of the word. Try to use only verbs.
Example: visit – talk – …
What was the theme of our lesson? Let’s review the grammar rules.
Ex. 3, 4 p. 14 (w/b)( Copybooks)
Today we will learn the Past Indefinite tense of the verb “can”.
Let’s write down the grammar rules.
“Can” in the Past Indefinite tense.
The verb “can” in Past Indefinite tense has only 1 form: could.
Open your books on page 42.
Ex. 2 p. 42 Match A with B to make sentences.
Example: Computers can check spellings.
Ex. 3 p. 42 Make up questions about robots.
Example: Can robots sleep?
Ex. 4 p. 42 Say what people do that robots can’t do.
Example: People can sleep, but robots can’t sleep.
Ex. 5 p. 43 Listen to Nadya and complete the chart. Put tick or cross. Then read the tapescript and check your answers. Complete the chart about you.
Ex. 6 p. 43 Interview your partner and complete the chart about him.
Ex. 7 p. 43 Tell your class about you and your partner.
Example: I can’t dance, but Yerzhan can.
Ex. 8 p. 43 Read the information about Asel and talk to your partner.
Example: Asel could dance but she couldn’t write at the age of 4.
Ex. 9 p. 43 Talk about you.
Ex. 10 p. 44 Read the texts.
Ex. 11 p. 44 Answer the questions.
Ex. 1 p. 15 (w/b) Complete the sentences with the correct word from the box. Use can or can’t.
Ex. 2 p. 15 (w/b) Complete the sentences.
Ex. 3, 4 p. 15 (w/b); to learn grammar rules.
What was the theme of our lesson? Did you understand it? Was it difficult for you? Name the past form of the verb “can”.
The marks for the lesson are …
The lesson is over! Good-bye