The theme of the lesson: CLOTHES

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The theme of the lesson: CLOTHES

6-th form

Teacher: Mukhatova Ardak

 

The objectives:

  • Educational — To introduce clothes vocabulary and speak about the clothes, To introduce present continuous for descriptions: He’s wearing. She’s wearing. They’re wearing.
  • Developing — to develop pupil’s speaking, writing and reading activities;
  • Up-bringing – to promote respect for other cultures; forming ability mutual cooperation when working in a group.

 

Type of the lesson: combined

 

Visual aids: an interactive board, a textbook, pictures, cards.

 

Lesson plan:

  Stages Details Time
      I.              Introduction: a) Greeting 1 min.
b) Talking with the pupil’s on duty. 1 min.
c) Talking about the weather and date with the class. 2 min.
d) Warm-up 3 min.
   II.             

 

Introduction of the lesson’s objectives a) to introduce clothes vocabulary

 

6 min.
b) to introduce present continuous for descriptions: He’s wearing. She’s wearing 5 min.
III.             

 

Practice a)      Explaining by giving tasks 16 min.
b)    Discussion 8 min.
IV.             

 

Conclusion a)      Giving home task 2 min.
b)     Evaluation 1 min.

 

Procedure

  1. Introduction:
  2. Greeting:
  • Good morning dear pupils! I am great to see you. Sit down please!
  1. b) Talking with the pupil’s on duty.
  • Who is on duty today?
  • Who is absent today?
  1. c) Talking about the weather and date with the class.
  • What is the weather like today?
  • What day of the week is it today?
  • What date is it today?
  1. Warm-up: Doing the puzzle
  • Well, friends, to begin with,have a look at the blackboard, please. Here is a puzzle for you to do. Name all the words in the pictures; take only the first letter of each word and you will read the topic of today’s lesson.For example, a cat – letter ‘c’ ….. (вывешивается буква c на скотч или на магнит).
 
C L O T H E S

P1, P2, P3, …..: lemon – ‘l’, orange – ‘o’, table– ‘t’, house – ‘h’, elephant – ‘e’, star –‘s’.

  • So,what key word have we got? … (‘Clothes’).

 

  1. Introduction of the lesson’s objectives
  2. Clothes vocabulary
  • Pupils, now look at the board and write down new words
  1. Explaining: Present continuous

 

  • We make the present continuous tense by adding -ing to the base verb. Normally it’s simple — we just add -ing. But sometimes we have to change the word a little. Perhaps we double the last letter, or we drop a letter. Here are the rules to help you know how to spell the present continuous tense.
Basic rule Just add -ing to the base verb:
work > working
play > playing
assist > assisting
see > seeing
be > being
Exception 1 If the base verb ends in consonant + stressed vowel + consonant, double the last letter:

s t o p
consonant stressed vowel consonant

(vowels = a, e, i, o, u)

stop > stopping
run > running
begin > beginning
Note that this exception does not apply when the last syllable of the base verb is not stressed:
open > opening
Exception 2 If the base verb ends in ie, change the ie to y:
lie > lying
die > dying
Exception 3 If the base verb ends in vowel + consonant + e, omit the e:
come > coming
mistake > mistaking

 

  • Practice
  1. Explaining by giving tasks
  • Now I am checking your understanding. Look at the picture and answer: What are they wearing? He/She is wearing…
  • And what are you wearing today? I am wearing……(work in pairs)
  • Now, let’s solve a crossword puzzle
  1. Discussion
  • In small groups or pairs discuss the following questions about fashion and clothes.

 

Speaker /Group 1

  • What kind of clothes do you like to wear?
  • How many pairs of shoes do you own?
  • Where do you buy your clothes from?
  • What is your favorite fashion brand?
  • Do you like to get dressed up when going out with friends?
  • What do you think of when you hear the word “fashion” ?

Speaker/Group 2

  • Does your country have a national dress or traditional type of clothing?
  • Do you like to follow the latest trends in fashion?
  • How often do you go shopping for clothes or shoes?
  • Do you like going clothes shopping?
  • What things are important to you when buying clothes for yourself?
  • What is your favorite style of clothing?

 

 

  1. Conclusion

 

  1. Giving home task

 

  • At home learn new words and do these test

 

  1. These new_____ are too small! My feet hurt.

A trousers B shoes C shirts D glasses

  1. It’s raining. Take your____ when you go out

A tie B jumper C coat D shoes

  1. Wear a___ on your head when the sun is very strong.

A hat B shirt C coat D pocket

  1. It was late, so I____ my clothes off and got into bed.

A made B wore C took D put

  1. Women today can wear trousers or______ to work.

A shirts B jackets C hats D skirts

  1. At some schools the children all wear a/an_______. Then they all look the same.

A tracksuit B overall C costume D uniform

  1. In many office jobs, men wear_____ to work.

A suits B pyjamas C vests D costumes

  1. In winter, when it’s cold, I sometimes wear a/an____ under my shirt to keep warm.

A jacket B jumper C top D vest

  1. I don’t like jeans. So I always wear________.

A trousers B socks C pockets D sandals

  1. Men have shirts, and women have_______.

A buttons B blouses C cardigans D gloves

  1. I have breakfast in my pyjamas, then I get_______ and go to school.

A put B worn C taken D dressed

  1. My trousers are very big. I need a____ .

A bra B belt C sock D tie

 

  1. Evaluation
  • The lesson is over. Thank you for your work, boys and girls. You were so active, clever and friendly today. Good bye!