- The theme of the lesson: “Food and drink”
- Objects: Introduction of new material:
- Lexic: words connected with food and drink.
- Grammar: revision of countable and uncountable nouns.
- Consolidation of new material: work with active board, cards, games.
- Developing of pupils skills: in reading, writing, auding, speaking.
- Up-brining: to teach pupils to love their Motherland, to know ordering at a restaurant, to respect the opinions of others..
- to use the new words of the lesson in dialogic speech.
III. Form of the lesson: untraditional
- Type of the lesson: revision lesson
- Methods of the lesson: demonstration, explain, conversation, translation, action, relaxation, competition.
- Visual aids: active board, cards, games.
VII. Literature: the Internet Materials.
- Organization moment
1.Greeting with pupils. Let` s divided class into two groups. (they`ll take cards with pictures of food and drink).
- Basic part of the lesson.
- I check-up your home task.
What was your home task? (a poem)
Juicy apples, brown and red,
Are good for your teeth, my dentist said.
So after meals I take a bite
To keep my teeth both strong and white.
- Let`s check – up new words with game “Bang- bang”. Look at the board and say in English this pictures.
Let`s read tongue- twister. “I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice-cream”
4.The theme of our lesson is “Food and drink”. Today we` ll continue last lesson about food and drink, our grammar theme is Nouns.
- Now boys and girls, look at the board. Let`s read this text “English Meals”, then answer the questions.
The English usually have 4 meals a day: breakfast, lunch, tea (5 o’clock), and dinner. Breakfast can be a full «English breakfast» of corn flakes with milk and sugar, or bacon and eggs, toast and marmalade, tea or coffee
At midday everything is stopped for lunch. Most offices and small shops are closed for an hour and the city pavements are full of people on their way to cafes, coffee bars, restaurants. Factory and plant workers usually eat in their canteens.
The English like what they call «good plain food». Usually they like steak, roast beef, Yorkshire pudding, and fish and chips.
Afternoon tea is taken at about 5 o’clock, but it can hardly be called a meal. It is a cup of tea and a cake or biscuits. At the weekends afternoon tea is a special occasion.
Friends and visitors are often invited to have a chat over a cup of tea.
Dinner is the most substantial meal of the whole day. It is usually eaten at 7 o’clock.
The first course may be soup (though the English don’t like it very much).
The main course will often be fish or meat, perhaps the traditional roast beef of old England, and a lot of vegetables.
The, next course will be something sweet and often baked, such as a fruit pie. Last of all there may be cheese, often with biscuits.
It is common knowledge that the English are very fond of tea. They like to have «a nice cup of tea» 6 or 8 times a day, sometimes even more.
On Christmas Day a roast turkey is traditionally cooked for dinner. It is usually followed by Christmas pudding.
Answer the questions:
- How many meals have the English? (4 meals)
- How the English is called the breakfast? (English breakfast)
- What they eat at 5 o` clock in the afternoon? (a cup of tea and a cake or biscuits)
- How many times they like to have “a nice cup of tea”? (6 or 8 times a day)
- Now boys and girls, let`s remember about nouns. Nouns divided into two groups: countable and uncountable. Countable nouns we can count. F.ex: pen- two pens, book – three books. Uncountable nouns we can not count. F.ex: sugar, milk, water
- Now, let`s organize a competition between two groups. You must write many nouns as quickly as possible.
Countable nouns Uncountable nouns
Orange milk, etc.
- Children, look at the board and watch a video, then you`ll translate it. “At a restaurant”
- Now, pair work. I` ll give you dialogues. You must read.
-I am hungry, let’s go to cafe.
-What do you want?
-I would like a soup, porridge with meat and a cup of tea, and you?
-I would like a borsch, porridge with cutlet, and a coffee cup.
-Okay. The order will be soon.
- – Would you like some juice?
— No, thanks. I don`t drink juice.
-How about some oke?
-Here you are.
- c) – Would you like some juie?
— No, thank you.
-How about some mineral water?
— Yes, please.
- d) — Do you like pizza?
— No, I don`t.
— Do you like salad?
— Yes, I do.
-Would you like some salad?
— Yes, please.
- e) – Colin, what do you want to eat for lunch?
— I`d like a hamburger.
— And for drink?
— Orange juice, please. Thanks.
- f) – Do you want some lemonade?
— No, thanks.
— Do you want some coke?
— Yes, please, I love coke.
- Let`s play game. Our game is called “Word teams”. (food, drink) You must write 5 words and 2 sentences to this tasks.
- Now, boys and girls, you see 2 tasks on the right and left corners. One of you will be writer, others will be speakers. F.ex Inkar –writer, she will write sentences which you will read from the text. One speaker reads only one sentences and says to the writer.
In the United States oranges usually come from California and Florida. Apples come from Washington. Bananas come from America.
Cheese comes from California and sometimes from Europe. Lamb usually comes from Colorado and Montana. Coffee comes from Colombia.
- Concluding stage.
- Now boys and girls, let` s play game. “Word chain” you must say words to the last letter of the words.
- Your home task is learn by heart the dialogue.
- … works very well.
… works well!
Our lesson is over! Good-bye!