Theme : Animals are in danger
The aim of the lesson : 1) To teach students to speak about animals. To enrich pupils` knowledge
concerning the theme.
2) To develop pupils` abilities in speech and to practice the four
language skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing.
3) To educate the felling of love the living world.
Methods: warm- up, group work, individual work
Type of the lesson: mixed
Visual aids: pictures, cards, books.
Procedure of the lesson.
- Organization moment.
- Checking up the homework.
III. Warm up.
- Introduction with the new theme.
- Read the text
- Complete the chart.
VII. Listen and choose
- Organization moment
— Good morning, boys and girls!
— Good morning, teacher!
— What date is it today?
— Today is the ………..
— Who is on duty today?
- Check up the homework.
Ex.8 p.47 Read the words and practise the pronunciation. Find them in the text below (exercise 9)
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III. Introduction with the new theme.
Our planet is home to a vast collection of animals. They live everywhere.
Animals are all around us, so it is easy to think that we know exactly what animals are
Animals are in danger for many reasons, and most of these are to do with humans . People collect animals as pets, and hunt them for food and for ‘fun’. They destroy their habitats, leaving the animals with nowhere to live. We must look after the animals we have left, before it is too late.
Listen and write the numbers
Ex:1. What are the names of the animals in the pictures?. Match the picture with the words.
A an elephant b a tiger c a rhino
Read the text and complete the chart below.
|Animals||Habitat||How many …are left?||Why do people threaten them?|
|Africa, India||8000||Meat and ivory tusks
|Africa||Less in number|
|Less than 4,000|
Song. ‘Do you like? ’
Listen and choose
Snakes live in many countries of the world. They are reptiles some people like snakes. They have them as pets. But some snakes are dangerous to people. They have got a tongue and teeth and they can bite. Snakes lay their eggs on the land. They haven’t got arms or legs. And they haven’t got flippers but they can swim. They can climb too. They can’t run but they can move on the land. They eat small animals.
- Snakes live in …Africa / many countries of the world/ Europe
- They are … fish / reptiles /insects.
- Some people have snakes as… animals / friends / pets.
- They can …fly / bite/ write.
- Snakes lay their eggs …in rivers / in the sea / on land
- Snakes haven’t got …tongues / flippers /teeth
- Snakes can’t …run / swim / climp.
- They eat … leaves / fish / small animals.
Conclusion of the lesson.
You worked very actively during the lesson. We have completed everything that was planned for this lesson. I thank you all for your active participation and contributions the lesson.
- Homework: Ex. 12.