Theme: Omar’s album.


The aim:


Org. moment:


Checking up homework:

The main part:





to improve the knowledge of students on the theme “Animals”;
to provide as part of the lesson learning vocabulary on the topic;
to foster a caring attitude toward the world;
to develop skills in reading and speaking;

– to learn to use active vocabulary of the lesson;
– to development of monologue;
to cultivate in students the ability to work in pairs and groups.

a whale, a kangaroo rat, a golden eagle, a honey-bee, a bat, a lizard, poster, wing, length, buzz, blood, breath, depth, row, swallow, breed, feed, edge, weigh, female, valuable

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?

A honey – bee,
a busy – bee.
A golden eagle
A ground squirrel
A bat, a squirrel, ‘bear.
Ex. 17 p. 63; to learn the new words.

Guess the animal:

1. It is small, brown, quick. It likes nuts and berries.

2. It is medium, grey, wild. It eats meat.

3. It is orange, wild, and quick, cunning. It eats meat.

Today we are going to talk about different animals. Open your vocabularies and write down the new words. Repeat after me in chorus!

a whale кит
a kangaroo rat кенгуру крыса
a golden eagle золотой Орел алтын б?ркіт

a honey-bee мед-пчела бал ара
a bat летучая мышь жар?анат

a lizard ящерица кесіртке
poster плакат
wings крылья ?анаты
length длина ?зынды?
buzz жужжать, гудеть ызы?дау

Ex. 1 p. 45 Look at Omar’s poster and answer the questions.

– Do you like his poster?

– Why do you like his poster?

Ex. 2 p. 45 Read the text and mark the new information.

Do you know that………

a whale [weil] n a golden eagle [i:gl] n

can stay under is used for

water for about an hour hunting wild

without breathing? animals?

a kangaroo rat honey-bee or a busy bee

[ka:ng?’ru:] [‘hлnibi:] [‘bizibi:]

A kangaroo rat The wings of honey-bees

has strong legs as the beat at the rate of 200

kangaroo. times per second and

It’s 7.62 cm in length. that’s why bees buzz!

a squirrel [‘skwir?l] a bat [bt]

Ground squirrels’ Bats don’t see well in the

cheeks are full of nuts dark but catch the insect

and seeds to carry home. that they eat.

a ground squirrel a lizard [‘liz?d]

It doesn’t hurt this lizard to

have its tail break off. It

soon grows a new tail.

Ex. 3 p. 46 Pair work. Ask each other question and answer them.


Have you ever seen a whale?

No, I have never seen a whale. And you?

1. Have you ever seen an eagle?

2. Have you ever seen a rat?

3. Have you ever seen a kangaroo rat?

4. Have you ever seen a honeybee?

5. Have you ever seen a ground squirrel?

Divide into groups of four (colored paper). In groups make your own poster about animals you know. Present your poster to the class.

– Exercise 7. p. 46. Answer the questions.

– to learn the new words.

What was the theme of our lesson?

What interesting things did you know?

The marks for the lesson are … The lesson is over! Good-bye!