The theme of the lesson: “Choosing schools”
The aim of the lesson:
Educational: to train pupils in discussing the schools in GB, The USA and Kazakhstan
and to compare them; to practice listening for specific information; to teach
pupils to work creatively and to express their opinions about the schools; to
revise conditional sentences;
Developing: to develop students’ skills in speaking, writing and reading; to develop pupils’
memory and attention;
Bringing up: to bringing up interest in learning English, and teach to respect the culture of the
countries; to teach pupils to be ready to choose their future professions, to learn
the educational system in Great Britain and in our country Kazakhstan; to love
Visual aids: English textbook by Ayapova 9-form, a tape-recorder, marking cards, interactive
board, cards, stickers, pictures, slides.
The type of the lesson: presentation lesson.
Inter-subject connection: Kazakh, Russian language
Methods of teaching: explaining, showing.
The procedure of the lesson:
I. Organization moment:
. Checking up the home task
III. New theme:
IV.Draw a table.
VI. Draw a picture.
VII. Grammatical work
VIII. Home task:
-Good morning, dear students, teachers and guests! Welcome to our unusual presentation lesson.I’m glad to see you and I hope, that you’ll enjoy today’s lesson.
-Students, how are you? Let’s divide into two groups (teacher give out green and red papers to students, then students divide into two groups). Students with green papers called “Education” and students with red papers called “Knowledge”.
-Language is the main means of communication. There are nearly 3000 languages in the world. English and Russian are languages of international communication. Kazakh is the state language of our country. With the help of the knowledge of foreign languages we can communicate with each other via Internet or get necessary information from it. And with the help of Russian and Kazakh we can develop our skills in oral speech and reading and grow as patriots of our Motherland.
-Елбасымыз Н.Ә Назарбаев «Қазіргі замаңғы қазақстандық үшін үш тілді білу-әркімнің дербес табыстылығының міндетті шарты. Сондықтан, 2020 жылға қарай ағылшын тілін білетін тұрғындар саны кемінде 20 пайызға құрауы тиіс» екендігін баса айтып өткен.
-Новые задачи были поставлены Президентом РК по развитию языков в рамках реализации культурного проекта «Триединство языков». Целью этого проекта является формирование образованной, компетентной и конкурентно-способной личности, владеющей тремя языками.
-Who must to know these three languages?
-Where are you learning these three languages?
-Yes, you are learning our native and other foreign languages in our schools. Let’s begin our lesson by checking up your home task. Your home task was to collect information about schools in GB, Kazakhstan and the USA.
-Please, who are ready to tell us about schools in GB?
-Thank you. Who collect information about schools in Kazakhstan?
-Thank you. Who collect information about schools in the USA?
— Thank you. Now, let’s begin our lesson. First of all, you must guess this riddle.
My first is in CAKE but not in TAKE
My second is in HAT but not in CAT
My third and fourth is in HORSE and also in FORCE
My fifth is in SO but not in NOW
My sixth is in ICE but not in NICE
My seventh is in NOSE but not in ROSE
My last is in GAME but not in SAME
-Can you guess this riddle and say?
-And look at these pictures and say what are drawing in these pictures? ( Teacher show the slide with the different pictures of schools.)
-You are right, our theme is “Choosing schools”.
—Let’s remember all together the poem “The School”.
-You should complete the table “I know. I want to know. I knew.”
-Match the words with their definition.
Task for “Education”:
State school міндетті
Primary school жеке меншік
Secondary school интернат
Infant school мемлекеттік
Private school бастауыш
Compulsory орта мектеп
Boarding school балалар
Task for “Knowledge”:
Infant school бастауыш
Private school жеке меншік
Grammar school интернат
Junior school міндетті Curriculum грамматикалық
-Each group draw and write in this paper an essay “My school in the future“.
-Revise conditional sentences I, II (First and Second Conditional).Read and tick the right answers. Decide whether the following conditional sentences ate Type First or Type Second.
Task for “Education”:
1.If they go to Australia, they will go wall-watching. (I)
2.If she had a mobile, I would call her. (II)
3.If Bob were here, he would have a solution for our problem. (II)
4.If you move here, we will see each other more often. (I)
5.You’ll live longer if you stop smoking.(I)
Task for “Knowledge”:
1.If dogs had wings, they would be able to fly. (II)
2.I will only dance if they play my favorite song. (I)
3.I wouldn’t buy that computer if I didn’t need it. (II)
4.If she doesn’t feel better tomorrow, she will see a doctor. (I)
5.I’d lend your money if I had any. (II)
-At the end of our lesson the leader of each group puts the marks each member of her group.
-I think that education is a key to a good future. And schools are the first step on the educational way. I hope that in the future you will become qualified professionals and bring great benefits to our Kazakhstan. (teacher gives each student this poem as a present of this lesson).
Айналайын дарын бол,
Сөнбейтұғын жалын бол.
Қатардан асқан ақын бол,
Не болмаса ғалым бол,
Халқың үшін қызмет қызмет қыл,
Тәмәм жұртқа мәлім бол.
Get to know the laws of life,
Let your soul be full of light.
One of you could be poet,
One will take a science road.
You will serve for Motherland,
Spreading love for all!
В сердце огнь сохрани,
Знанье и свет всем дари.
Родины знамя неси над планетой!
-Your home task: write composition about your school.
-Thank you very much for today’s lesson, you are very clever boys and girls! The lesson is over, good buy!
-Good morning, teacher!
-We are fine, thank you!
-We have to learn and to speak in these three languages.
-We are learning these three languages in our schools.
-I’m ready.: Education in
In Great Britain children start going to school when they are five and continue studying until they are 16 or older. Compulsory education begins at the age of five when they go to primary school. Primary education lasts for six years. First they attend the infant school from five to seven.
In infant schools children don’t have real classes. They get acquainted with the class- room, desks, play and through plating. They learn numbers and how to add them. When children are seven they go to junior school which they attend until eleven. Boys and girls study at junior school for four years. There they have classes, read and write, do mathematics.
At secondary school pupils study English, Maths, Science, Geography, History, Art, Music, Foreign languages and PT. there are some types of secondary schools in Great Britain. They are grammar school, modern schools and comprehensive schools. One can attend modern school but of a modern school don’t learn foreign languages.
-I collect information about schools in Kazakhstan. Education in Kazakhstan.
We started school at the age of seven. After four years of primary school we went to secondary school. Primary and secondary schools together comprise eleven years of classes are compulsory in our republic.
Our school year began on the first of September and ended in May. It lasted 9 months. On the 1st of September we got acquainted with our teachers and had our first lessons. Every lesson lasted 45 minutes. Every day we had 5 or 6 lessons.
Today the educational system in Kazakhstan is presented by two languages: Kazakh and Russian. Primary education is the most developed of the state’s educational system. Pupils receive their primary education in schools of three different levels. Primary 1-4 grades, middle 5-9 grades and junior 10-11 grades. After finishing the 9th grade children continue education in high schools in technical- professional institutes, or in special schools.
— I collect information about schools in Kazakhstan. Education in the USA.
The American system of education differs from the systems of other countries. Education is compulsory for every child from the age of 6 up to the age of 16 except in some states, where children must go to school until the age of 17 or 18. Elementary or primary and secondary or high schools are organized on one of two basis: 8 years of primary school and 4 years, or 6 years of primary, 3 years of junior high school and 3 years of senior high school. In the junior high school schoolchildren learn English, Maths, History, Biology, Physical Education, Social Studies. Most of them learn Spanish as a second language.
The high school prepares young people to work immediately after graduation or advanced study in a college or university. At the end of their time at school, most students get a high school diploma.
— Yes, we can. This word is “Choosing”.
—The school has doors open wide,
And friendly teachers wait inside.
Hurry, hurry let’s go in,
For soon the lessons will begin.
Books and pencils I will need,
When I start to write and read.
Lot’s to learn and lot’s to do,
I like to go to school, don’t you?
Students draw and write an essay “My school in the future”.
Students do grammatical work.
The leader of each group called the marks.