Countable and uncountable nouns

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Countable   and  uncountable  nouns

Aims of the lesson: To  explain pupils  the difference between countable and                                                         uncountable nouns.

To develop pupils’ speaking, reading, listening habits.

To develop pupils’ interest in learning English.

Type of the lesson:  lesson – combination.

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

                            Procedure  of    the lesson:

  1. Organization moment

a)greeting   b) asking about the dates and absentees c) introducing the aims of the lesson.

  II.Slide1.Phonetic drill

Now, pupils look at the blackboard  and read the rhyme.

I have a hare

I have a bear

My toys are here

My toys are there.

III. Checking  up the  home task..

  1. Slide2 Filling in the blanks.

Task is to repeat the constructions  there  is/ there are  and   fill in the  blanks with  them.

…  a book on the table.

…  some chairs in the room.

…  many apples on the plates.

V.Slide 3. Presentation .  

Today we shall take a new theme countable and uncountable nouns.

Countable nouns  are  nouns  which we can count.

For example: a book, a cup, an apple

Uncountable nouns are nouns which we can’t  count and used  only in singular.

For example: milk, water, money.

  1. Physical training exercise .

Let’s have a rest.

Hands up                                     Stand up

Hands down                                Stands  to the sides

Hands on lips                              Bend left

Sit down.                                     Bend right.

VII.Slide 4. Doing exercises.

Let’s do some exercises. Ex 5,6p 86, 87

VIII.Slide 5. Reading.

Now, we shall read the text   «School canteen» and your task will be to find the sentences with countable and uncountable nouns,

there is/there are

  1. Work with cards.

X.Slide 6. Guessing a chainword.

There are some countable and uncountable nouns, you  should  find  and translate them.

orangeggrapeapple

carrotomatonion

teairicegg

fishamilknife

XI.Conclusion.

XII.Giving  marks