Theme of the lesson: Fussy Freddy
Aims:1)teach pupils to talk about their likes and dislikes,teach them how to use the
third person singular form of the Present Simple in the positive, negative
and question forms
2)develop pupils’ speaking, writing skills and develop their
memory,quickness by asking and answering questions.
3)bring up pupils to be friendlier while working in a group,be polite to each
Visual aids: a textbook, a poem, cards, a picture, a ball, smiles
I.The beginning of the lesson
Greeting. Checking attendance. Listen to the report of the pupil on duty.
Talking about today’s weather. Checking up the homework.
II.The main part of the lesson.
- What is fussy? Do you know the translation?
- What is the singular form of “feet?”
- What is the third letter of the English alphabet?
Talking about the picture.
What words do you know in English in this picture?
Pupils name the words they know looking at the picture.
Presentation of the new words.
Fussy [‘fɅsi] тынымсыз
Parrot [‘pærәt] тотықұс
Pupils say where these things are by looking at the picture:
Let’s listen to the poem “Fussy Freddy”Then one pupil reads the likes
and the other pupil reads the dislikes of Freddy.Then pupils say the rhyming
words in the poem and find the secret of the things that Freddy likes.
Playing a game with a ball in order to check how they understand the usage
of the present Simple in the third person singular and by the help of this
game I check the pupils’ memory.
For example: Who likes parrots? Who likes to read books?
Pupils write the things Freddy likes and the things that he doesn’t like.
Now let’s ask questions about Freddy. Pupils ask each other questions.
Does Freddy like red? No, he doesn’t.
Does he like hoodies? Yes, he does.
In the part “ Who is faster?” the pupils are given the copies of the poem
with some words rubbed out. Pupils write or say orally the missing words of
the poem from memory.
Pupils find the words with double letters by doing the puzzle in the
Saying about his/her likes or dislikes looking at the smiles in his/her
Abzal likes football but he doesn’t like basketball.
Dauren likes summer but he doesn’t like winter.
Making true sentences about you and your friend with like/likes or
don’t like/doesn’t like.
I like coffee. My friend doesn’t like coffee.
I don’t like pink. My friend likes pink.
Ask and answer questions with your classmates.
Do you like tea?
Do you like scooter?
Do you like parrots?
The end of the lesson.
Giving marks. Setting homework.
Write down five true sentences about yourself in the Present simple tense.