Checking up homework:
The main part:
Pronunciation this words.
– to improve the knowledge of students on the theme “Animals”;
– to learn to use active vocabulary of the lesson;
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!
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?
What animals do you know?
A honey – bee,
– to learn the new words.
Today we are going to talk about ocean world.
Open your vocabularies and write down the new words.
Repeat after me in chorus!
blood кровь ?ан
depth глубина тере?дік
breed разводить айыру
feed кормить, накормить, тама?тандыру
edge край, кромка, опушка бірде?ені? шеті
weigh взвесить, взвешивать ?лшеу, ?лшену
female женщина, самка аналы? (зоол)
valuable ценный, драгоценный ба?алы ??нды
What is the biggest animal on earth?
Where do the whales live?
Exercise 9 p. 47. Read the text and mark the new information.
Ocean world: whales.
Whales are the biggest animals in the area. They are much bigger than any animals on land. The largest whales are more than 30 meters long.
They live in water, but they are not fish. They have warm blood and they breathe air through a hole in the top of their head. They can stay under water about an hour without breathing.
There are two kinds of whales. One kind has a big mouth, 4 meters in depth. It eats other large sea animals. This kind is called a killer whale. The other kind of whale is much larger than the killed whale. It has no teeth, but has no teeth, but has rows of bone in his mouth. They have a very small throat. They cannot swallow anything larger than an apple.
Exercise 11 p.48. Complete the diagram about whales.
Exercise 12 p.48. Read and translate the texts and add some more information to the diagram.
Exercise 13. p.49. Practice the pronunciation:
Ex. 14 p. 49 Pare work. Draw a picture of a whale and talk to your partner about it.
Ex. 15 p. 49; to learn the new words.
What was the theme of our lesson?
What interesting things did you know?
What is a whale?
What can you say about it?
The marks for the lesson are … The lesson is over! Good-bye!