12:17Англ. язык 5 кл. Unit 6. Lesson 59. Great Britain
Aims and objectives: to present the topic; to introduce and practise vocabulary; to develop students' listening and speaking skills; to develop students' skills of making utterance; to revise Comparative Degree of adjectives.
Warm up Great Britain
The teacher's greeting. Good morning, students! I'm glad to see you. How are you?
Students revise sounds [d], [tj and [id] in the endings of regular verbs in the 2nd and the 3rd forms.
The teacher gives students the cards with the table. Students have to tick the words with the same sound, then listen to them, repeat and check themselves. □ Watched, wanted, liked, played, stopped, walked, enjoyed, called,
Checking on homework
Talking about the poster.
Introducing the topic
To present the topic, the teacher can use a computer presentation or prepare pictures to introduce the topic, or use the pictures from the text-book (ex. 1, p. 122). Students listen to the names of the parts of Great Britain and their capitals and repeat them.
Students talk about people from different parts of Great Britain as in the example (ex. 2, p. 123).
1. Mary's from London. London is the capital of Great Britain.
2. Mark lives in Belfast. Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland.
3. Julia's from Edinburgh. Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland.
4. John lives in Cardiff. Cardiff is the capital of Wales.
To get more information and facts about Great Britain, students listen to the text "Great Britain" (ex. 3, p. 123) and read it. Students underline incomprehensible words in the text while reading. The teacher explains these words and expressions after reading.
After-reading activity. Students work in pairs. They take turns to ask and answer the questions (ex. 4, p. 124), and complete the sentences (ex. 5, p. 124) according to the text.
Answers (ex. 4):
1) the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland;
2) four parts; they are: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland;
3) London is the capital of the United Kingdom and England; Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland; Cardiff is the capital of Wales; Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland;
4) about 56 million people;
Answers (ex. 5): 1 in Europe, on the British Isles; 2 56 million; 3 England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland; 4 London; 5 Cardiff; 6 Edinburgh; 7 Belfast.
The teacher makes movements with the students. Teacher uses any rhyme for physical exercises. For example:
Clap your hands! Clap your hands!
This is how it's done. Slap your knees!
Slap your knees! Now you're having fun.
Stamp your feet! Stamp your feet!
Make a lot of noise. Squat your down,
Squat your down, Don't lift up your voice.
Work in class. Students match the words (1-6) with the words (a-f) (ex. 6, p. 124) to make word combinations. Then, students make sentences of them.
Answers: 1 e; 2 d; 3 f; 4 b; 5 c; 6 a.
Homework Great Britain
Ex. 7, p. 124, ex. 8, p. 125.
Summary and feedback
The teacher summarizes the work by asking for students* feedback.
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