Adjective

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The theme: Adjective

The aims:

  1. educational: study the Adjective, make sentences, to teach pupils to get information while reading the text, to know words, phrases
  2. breeding: to develop the interest in learning English
  3. developing: to develop pupils’ grammatical skills critical thinking, understanding, give oral presentation.

The type of the lesson: New technological way of teaching.

The kind of the lesson:  Practical lesson

The methods of the lesson: “Questions-answer”, “Cluster”, “Critical thinking”, “T-chart”, “Venn Diagram”,

Visual aids: pictures, schemes, cards, charts

Technical aids: an interactive board,  Power Paint Presentation

 

The procedure of the lesson:

  1. Greeting

Speech drill

 

  1. Warm up.
    • Method of cluster
    • Game “A funny ball”

 

  • Checking up the home task.

 

  1. Primary stage:
  • Presentation of grammar
  • Consolidation of grammar
  • Working with the textbook

Ex 8-9

 

  1. “Venn diagram”
  2. “Who is the smartest?”
  • Vitamin course

(Unit-11, grammar 1-2)

 

  • Insert

 

  1. Conclusion of the lesson

 

The procedure of the lesson

  1. Organization moment

Greeting,   date,  attendance.

Good morning children! Glad to see you and hope that you are ready for today’s lesson.

Pupil on duty,  please  give your report.

I’m on duty today. My name is …. There are … pupils in the class. All are present.

 

  1. Warm up
    • Method of cluster
    • Game “A funny ball”

 

 

 

 

 

Speak the comparative and superlative forms of adjectives

Cheap — cheaper- the cheapest

Clean — cleaner – the cleanest

Fast — faster- the fastest

Good –  better- the best

Bad  –  worse- the worst, etc.

 

  • Checking up the homework

Now, let’s check your homework. What was the homework for today?

(ex-8, to write the sentences with irregular adjectives)

 

  1. Primary stage
  2. Presentation of grammar
  3. Adjectives of 2 or more syllables

 

wonderful  –  more wonderful – most wonderful

difficult  —   more difficult – most difficult

dangerous  –  more dangerous – most dangerous

interesting  –  more interesting – most interesting

expensive  –   more expensive – most expensive

 

  1. Consolidation of grammar
  • Student’s examples
  • Work with the textbook.

Ex 8. Read about the hotels

Ex 9. Are the sentences true or false. Correct the sentences

a-F. No, it isn’t. It’s more modern

b-T.

c-F. No, it isn’t. It’s older.

d-T

e-F. No, it isn’t. It’s the more expensive

 

  1. “Venn diagram”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Game. “Who is the smartest?”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. “Who is the smartest?”

Will do some translation work

  1. What is the highest mountain in the world?
  2. What is the longest river in the world?
  3. What is the biggest lake in the world?
  4. What is the deepest lake in the world?
  5. What is the highest mountain peak in the Kazakhstan?

 

      VII. Vitamin course

(Unit-11, grammar 1-2)

 

 

  • Insert

 

What I have

known V

 

What I didn’t

know —

It is new me +

 

What I’d like

to know ?

 

 

 

  1. Conclusion of the lesson

 

  1. Result

T: Thank you for your active work.

You are really very clever pupils.

 

  1. T: Your marks for the lesson
  2. Make up sentences.