The theme: My family

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Date:

Grade: 5a

The theme: My family

The aims of the lesson:

  1. a) to enlarge pupil’s vocabulary, to pay attention to their pronunciation;
  2. b) to develop pupils’ skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking speech;
  3. c) to develop the interest to English language, to teach pupils to respect each other  and the culture of another  nations to bring up them to love English language.

The type of the lesson: mixed lesson.

The kind of the lesson: demonstrative lesson.

Visual aids: slides, pictures , an interactive board.

 

The procedure of the lesson:

 

  1. Organization moment.

а)  Greeting

T: Good afternoon, pupils!

P: Good afternoon, teacher!

  1. b) Warm-up

i [ i: ] ee [ i: ]

A little, little bee

is sitting on a tree

because she wants to see

who is busy, who is free?

  1. c) Talking with the pupil on duty.

— Who is on duty today?

Who is absent today?

What is the date today?

What day is it today?

What is the weather like today?

 

  1. Checking up the home task.

 

Let’s check your hometask.

Ex10, p35.

Count and say.

14-6 =           20-9 =             13-5 =

16-4 =           11-4 =             15-3 =

18-7 =           17-7 =             19-8 =

 

III. New words.

— Today we have new words linking with the theme family.

— Write down please, these words in your vocabulary.

 

A grandmother        a mother        a sister         an aunt     a son      children   cousin

A grandfather          a father          a brother      an uncle   a daughter     parents

 

  1. Work with pictures.

-Look at the “family tree” and complete the sentences.

  1. Ashley is Derek’s …
  2. Alan is Brian’s …
  3. Jennifer is Ashley’s …
  4. Tim is Brian’s …
  5. Phyllis is Jennifer’s …
  6. Jennifer is Brian’s …
  7. Derek is Asley’s …
  8. Daphne is Ashley’s …
  9. Derek is Brian’s …
  1. Talk to your friend about Ashley’s family.
  2. a) Who is Mr.Alan?

He is ….

  1. b) Who is Jennifer?

She is …

  1. c) Who are Derek and Jennifer?

They are …

 

  1. Writing — Scrambled Letters

— Find the correct words and write them into the gaps.

 

Example: horadgmthner — ____________

Answer: horadgmthner – grandmother

 

1) fathre —           2) necul —     3) aarndgfther —     4) osn —         5) agdtuehr –

6) rbthoer —         7) atnu —     8) nriachgdld —      9) sesitr —     10) othemr —

 

VII. Listening.

— You’ll hear 4 audio segments. For each segment there are 3 pictures. There will be a question about the pictures. Choose the picture that answers the question.

— Which picture matches the audio?

 

1.OK, first one, in this picture we have a mother and her children and it looks like she is with her daughters. She has two children, two daughters and she is helping them most likely do their homework.

 

 

 

2.OK, in the next picture, we have a picture of a baby, a very young baby, and the baby is with it’s mother, and just it’s mother. We can’t see the father.

 

 

 

3.OK, in this next picture we have the whole family together, and we can see the father and the mother and there are two children. It looks like there are two boys. There are two boys in the family and they are eating dinner.

 

 

 

4.OK, in this next picture we have a father with his child and they are outside and the father is with the son, and it looks like they are playing a little golf and the father just gave the son a high five.

 

 

 

VIII. Singing a song.

  • Let’s sing a song which is called “Finger family”.

 

Daddy finger, daddy finger, where are you?

Here I am, Here I am, how do you do?

Mommy finger, mommy finger, where are you?

Here I am, Here I am, how do you do?

Brother finger, brother finger, where are you?

Here I am, Here I am, how do you do?

Sister finger, sister finger, where are you?

Here I am, Here I am, how do you do?

Baby finger, baby finger, where are you?

Here I am, Here I am, how do you do?

 

  1. Word snake.

— Find all family words. Write one word into each gap.

 

dwgranddaughterdchildgdaughterkkidograndsonvvsonmtwinhtniecehjnephew

qgreatgrandparentsdfathermothergrandmothergrandfatherauntunclechildren

 

  1. Conclusion.

 

My father’s mother is my …                        brother

My mother’s father is my …                        daughter

My father’s daughter is my …                     grandmother

My mother’s son is my …                            aunt

My brother is my father’s …                        uncle

My sister is my mother’s …                         grandfather

My father’s sister is my …                           sister

My mother’s brother is my …                      son

 

  1. Giving home task.

— Your home task will be to learn new words and to bring a group picture of your family.

         

XII. Giving marks.