17:31Англ. язык 5 кл. Unit 1. Lesson 2. Degrees of Comparison. Dialogues
Aims and objectives: to revise building of a text; to present the use of adjectives in the forms of degrees of comparison; to practise grammar skills; to develop language guess; to develop students' speaking skills.
Warm up Degrees of Comparison. Dialogues
The teacher's greeting. Good morning, students! I'm glad to see you. How are you?
Students revise the sounds [se], [1:], [u:|. The rhyme is on the blackboard (or in the handouts):
It's four o'clock,
Said the cock.
Said the cat.
I want to sleep.
Said the sheep.
Said the horse.
I'm too big.
Said the pig.
The dog said bow-w-w.
It's too late now.
Listening (ex 1, p. 6)
Students listen to the dialogues and match them to the pictures.
Answers: 1 A; 2 B; 3 D; 4 C.
Checking on homework. Game
T. You were to make (bring) a picture for today. Show it and your classmates will ask the questions about you and your family. Students' questions:
1. What's your mother's (father's, sister's ... ) name?
2. How many members are in your family?
3. Where do your grandparents (uncle, aunt, cousin) live?
4. What's your address (phone number, friend's name, favourite sport, food, school subject)?
Teacher may write the questions on the blackboard and uses ex. 2, p. 6. Each student has to answer.
Introducing the topic
The teacher presents the topic using the text ex. 3, p. 7. Before reading students have to read the box "Building up a Text" (p. 7) and revise this material for making the task.
Students read the text and make the task. After reading the teacher pays students' attention to the translation of the words "elder, the eldest, taller, younger, the most helpful, the noisiest".
Answers: 1 B; 2 C; 3 A.
Work with the table
Students work with the table (ex. 4, p. 8) and make the task. The teacher explains the meanings of the names in the table. Pay special attention to the exceptions to the rule (p. 208-209) and use of the word "than".
Answers: 1 Peter and Tony; 2 Beth; 3 Beth; 4 Jim and Tony; 5 the Taylors.
It's necessary to prepare some cards with the adjectives. The teacher divides students into three groups, gives the cards to each group.
The teacher shows the pictures (or computer presentation) to the class. The task is to read the adjectives and make a sentence, and present the answer to the class. Students from other groups have to make their own sentences using the degrees of comparison.
Tall — SI. I'm tall. — S2. I'm (He's/She's) taller. — S3. I'm (He's/She's) the tallest.
The words for the cards: a) interesting, b) young, c) comfortable, d) funny.
The pictures for the class:
1. The book is interesting. — This book is more interesting than that. — This book is the most interesting.
2. My brother is young. — His sister is younger than my brother. — Our nephew is the youngest in our family.
3. The wooden chair is comfortable. — This white chair is more comfortable than the wooden one. — This chair is the most comfortable for sitting.
4. A smiley is funny. — This smiley is funnier than the first one. — This smiley is the funniest.
Practice in grammar
Students do ex. 5, p. 7. The teacher may offer another words for training exercise, including good, bad, little, much / many.
Rearrange students into two groups using colour slips of paper. One of the groups agrees with Dan and another agrees with Ann. They have to prove their mind (ex. 6, p. 8) as in the example.
Ex. 7, p. 9, grammar p. 208-209.
T. Can you say about yourself using adjectives in different degrees of comparison? Think and say to the class. Students' answers.
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