Checking up h/w:
The main part:
Vocabulary and pronunciation:
Getting to know each other 2.
1. Teach pupils to use tenses correctly.
2. Develop reading and speaking skills.
3. Bring up pupils to respect each other opinions.
To leave, immediately, full, a garage, sale.
Present Perfect tense.
The procedure of the lesson:
T: Good morning, dear children!
Who is on duty today?
What date is it today?
Who is absent today?
What day is it today?
What season is it now?
What month is it now?
What’s the weather like today?
Ex. 10. p.13. Finish the diagrams.
Ex. 15. p.13. Write a story about yourself. (See Ann’s story).
Today we are going to continue the theme “Getting to know each other”. And the first task is: exchange your maps, go to another partner and tell him/her about your first partner.
Ex.17 p.14 Answer the questions.
Do you have a bike? Yes / No
Can you ride a bike? Yes / No
Ex.18 p.14 Read the text and tell your partner about Stuart.
Money for a Motorbike
It was the month of June and the weather was beautiful. Stuart left school. He was on holiday. But he was not happy. He did not have a motorbike.
Stuart was 17 years old. He left school, but he did not start work. All his mates started work immediately, but Stuart did not want to work. He wanted a long holiday and he needed a motorbike.
Stuart lived in Leeds – a big city in the North of England. Leeds is a busy city – full of offices, shops and factories. It’s not a good place for a holiday.
Martin, a friend of Stuart’s, worked in a garage. Martin had a bike for sale. It was a beauty – a Japanese Suzuki. Martin wanted $350 for the bike, but Stuart did not have $350. He didn’t have any money.
Stuart went and looked at the bike every day. It was beauty. He wanted to buy it.
“Where can I find $350?” Stuart asked himself.
Ex.27 p.15. Write out the sentences.
I hope the lesson was interesting and useful for you. What have you learnt today?
The marks for the lesson are …
The lesson is over! Good-bye!