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Англ. язык 5 кл. Unit 8. Lesson 78. National Holidays. Cardinal and Ordinal Numerals - 5 Февраля 2014
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Англ. язык 5 кл. Unit 8. Lesson 78. National Holidays. Cardinal and Ordinal Numerals
Aims and objectives: to present the topic; to introduce and practise vocabulary; to develop students' reading and speaking skills; to develop students' skills of giving opinions.

Warm up National Holidays
The teacher's greeting. Good morning, students! I'm glad to see you. How are you?
Phonetic exercise
Students revise sounds [s], [i] and (ai). They listen to the rhyme and repeat it. The rhyme is on the blackboard (or in the handouts):
Simple Simon met a pieman going to the fair; Saul Simple Simon to the pieman "Let me taste your ware" Said the pieman to Simple Simon "Show me first your penny" Said Simple Simon to the pieman "Sir, I have not any!"
Introducing the topic
To introduce the topic of the lesson the teacher can use the computer presentation or prepare pictures, or use the pictures from ex. 1, p. 166. First, the students read the example and the words from the box. They have to match the pictures A to E and the words. Then students talk about holidays marked with the pictures.
Answers: A New Year's Day; В Halloween; С Mother's Day; D Christmas; E Easter.
Speaking
The teacher divides students into pairs, and they ask their partners about their favourite holidays as in the example (ex. 2, p. 166-167).
Relaxation
The teacher makes movements with the students. Teacher uses any rhyme for physical exercises. For example:
To market, to market to buy a fat pig; Home again, home again, jiggety-jig. To market, to market, to buy a fat hog; Home again, home again, jiggety-jog.
To market, to market, to buy a plum cake; Home again, home again, market is late. To market, to market, to buy a plum bun; Home again, home again, market is done.
To market, to market, a gallop a trot. To buy some meat to put in the pot; Three pence a quarter, a groat a side. If it hadn't been killed it must have died.
Listening. Reading
Students listen to the invitations (ex. 3, p. 167) and read them. After reading, they ask and answer the questions.
Grammar
The teacher presents students Cardinal and Ordinal numerals. Students look at the grammar box (p. 167) and answer the teacher's questions:
1.  What are the cardinal numerals? (We can ask the question "how many" or "what number" to them)
2. When do we use cardinal numerals? (To talk about quantity or number of things)
3. What are the ordinal numerals? (We can ask the question "which" to them)
4. When do we use ordinal numerals? (To talk about the order of the things)
5. What are the grammar features of ordinal numerals? (We put "the" before them and add th ending; for 1st 2nd and 3rd — we use "the first", "the second", "the third" to them)
To practise cardinal and ordinal numerals, students have to say the dates (ex. 5, p. 168) and answer what holidays do we celebrate on these days. The teacher has to draw students' attention some date of these holidays are in Ukraine only.
Answers:
□  14.01. — We celebrate New Year on the fourteenth of January. (It's about Old New Year).
□  14.02. — We celebrate St. Valentine's Day on the fourteenth of February.
□  08.03. — We celebrate Women's Day on the eighth of March.
□  23.04. — This year we celebrate Easter on the twenty-fourth of April. (Only this year, because this holiday hasn't a set date in the calendar).
□  01.05. — We celebrate May Day on the first of May.
□  09.05. — We celebrate Victory Day on the ninth of May.
□  28.06. — We celebrate Constitution Day on the twenty-eighth of June.
□ 24.08. — We celebrate Independence Day on the twenty-fourth of August.
□ 01.09. — We celebrate the Day of Knowledge on the first of September.
□  31.10. — We celebrate Halloween on the thirty-first of October.
□  19.12. — We celebrate St. Nicholas day on the nineteenth of December.
□  25.12. — We celebrate Christmas on the twenty-fifth of December. (The teacher has to say about the Catholic Christmas and the Orthodox Christmas on the seventh of January.)
The teacher can use ex. 6, p. 168 to increase students' knowledge about holidays.
Students work in pairs. They ask and answer the question as in the example (ex. 7, p. 168).
Homework National Holidays
Ex. 8, p. 168.
Summary and feedback
The teacher summarizes the work by asking for students' feedback.


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