Theme: Having pen-friends.


The aim:

Org. moment:


Checking up h/w:


The main part:




be taught to read texts
to use the right words
to educate friendliness.
to develop skills in reading and speaking.

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?

What day is it today?

What’s the weather like today?

She sells sea shells at the sea shore.

The shells she sells are surely sea shells.

So if she sells shells on the seashore,

I’m sure she sells seashore shells.

Exercise 12. p.33. Write a letter to your pen-friend.

lazy ленивый

polite вежливые

interesting интересно

charming очаровательный

shy застенчивый

talkative разговорчивый

lively живой

impolite невежливо

boring скучно

unhelpful бесполезно

silent молчаливый

patient терпеливый
rude грубо
inactive неактивные
kind вид
gentle нежный
unreliable ненадежные

uninteresting неинтересно

clever умный

hardworking трудолюбивый

impatient нетерпеливый
unkind недобрым

active активный

helpful полезно
reliable надежный

Today we are going to read 2 letters from pen-friends.

Ex. 9 p. 32 Read the letters and compare them.

Answer the questions:

1.How do we start writing letters?

2.Who wrote the first letter?

3. What is it about?

4. What is the second letter about?

5.Where do the authors live?

Ex. 10 p. 33 Read the letters again and complete the following diagram. Compare the life of Tom and Rodger. You can use the table or the Venn’s diagram.

Ex. 11 p. 33 Go to your classmates and read each other’s diagram. If you find a new idea write it down into your diagram.

Ex. 12 p. 33 Write a letter to your pen-friend. Mind the beginning and the ending of your letter.

Test on page 36.

Who is a pen-friend?

Why do we need them?

The marks for the lesson are …

The lesson is over! Good-bye!