Did you have a good weekend?
|The theme||Did you have a good weekend?|
|Aim of the lesson||· To enrich pupil`s knowledge about the weekend, to express their opinions
· to extend pupils’ speaking skills through giving instructions to create an atmosphere of self and mutual respect and social interaction through group and pair works
|Waiting result||At the end of the lesson pupils will be able to:
· Work with pair and group
· Improve word vocabulary
· Quick translate
|Active forms of work||Dialogue, group work, pair – talk, thin and thick questions strategy, mosaic, knowledge tree, conversation including problematic questions.|
|Resources||Interactive board, pictures, A3 sheets, markers|
|Procedure of the lesson|
|stages of the lesson||time:
|Actions of the|
|Greeting and dividing into groups||3 min||1st group “Weekend”
2nd group “Holiday
|stand in a circle, choose one of the paper, read and sit into groups|
|Checking up hometask||6 min||asks pupils to say what was their home task for today, then checks it up by asking one pupil from the group ,answer the question
All the words in the answers to this puzzle have the letter E in the middle
1. You sleep in this? (bed)
2. How do you ……your name?(spell)
3. Your mother and father are your …..?(parents)
4. A day of the week?(Wednesday )
5. A number between 20 and 100?(seventy)
6. Women wear this?(dress)
7. You unlock a door with this?(key)
|remind the teacher their home task for today, one pupil from each group answer the question.|
|Look and say||3 min||And so look at the picture you can see the pictures of girls:
1. Who are these people?
2. What do you know about them?
3. What do you think they are talking about?
1. Molly and Liz
2. Molly and Liz are 15, they are best friends
3. Perhaps they are talking about the weekend
In order to know what are they talking about let`s do a puzzle.
|Look and answer the questions
|Thin and thick questions||5 min||1. Did you have a good weekend?
-Yes, I did
-No I didn`t
2. What did you do?
I stayed at home, I didn`t do anything
Note: The form of the past tense question is always did……….have………..?
Pictures of activities.
To play football, to watch TV, to travel, to do homework, to play computer games, listen to music, to read the books, to go to the Zoo, to visit friends, to swim.
|Warm up exercise
“Head shoulders, knees and toes”
|2 min||repeats the actions of the children from the video together with pupils||repeat the actions of the children from the video|
|Pair Work||8 min||asks pupils to work in pairs. Their task is to read the text. It is being done after the texts have been translated by them orally one by one and answer the questions.||work in pairs read the texts|
|Listening||7 min||to listen to the dialogue and choose the correct answer “True” or “False”||Listening|
|Reflection, Giving feedback and assessment||5 min||asks pupils to tell how they get to school in chain, then teacher counts the points of the group and comments marks||tell to the teacher how they get to school in chain, listen to the marks they’ve got for the lesson|
|Giving hometask||Ex 1-2 p 13|