The theme of the lesson: Have we got all insects?
The aims of the lesson:
- To train pupils to talk about things which they have by using verbs have got/has got.
- To develop their language guess, memory, speech and attention .
- To learn pupils to listen to each other; to raise the interest to the subject.
The type of the lesson: mixed lesson
The methods of the lesson: game,question-answervocabulary, practical, heuristic
The visual aids: grammar table, pictures,tape recorder,cards
Intersubject communications: Kazakh,
Good afternoon pupils! How are you today? What’s the weather like today?
Are you ready for the lesson? If you are ready let’s start our lesson.
- Speech drill:
Let’s repeat new words of previous lesson.
III. Checking up the home task.
Your home task was to learn by heart a song “The fly high band”
- The new lesson.
So pupils, today we are going to reinforce ou knowledge of Have got/has got.
Verb to have ( бар болу,иемдену)
She has got
We have got
Word order in positive sentence.
I have got a dog.
you’ve got (You have got)
she’s got(she has got)
he’s got(he has got)
it’s got(it has got)
we’ve got(we have got)
they’ve got(they have got)
I’ve got a brother
She’s got two children
Say: What has elephant got?
Translate these sentences.
I have got a dog.
We have got a doll.
They have got an umbrella.
You have got a pen.
Word order in negative sentences.
- have/ has
I have not got a dog.
Word order in affirmative sentences.
- the object?
Have I got a dog?
Yes,I have./ No,I haven’t
ear [ɪə]- құлақ
mouth [maʊθ]- ауыз
nose [nəʊz]- мұрын
eye [aɪ]- көз
butterfly [ˈbʌtəflaɪ]- көбелек
hair [hɛə]- шаш
hair slide[hɛə’slaid]- шаш қыстырғыш
Ex:1 p56 Translate the text
- Consolidation of the new material.
Ex:4 p57 Play the game.
Find the insect which I describe.
Has it got four legs? No,it hasn’t.
Has it got wings? Yes,it has.
Is it a butterfly? Yes,it is.
- The insects are everywhere.
- Sally has got a present for Chatter.
- Chatter has got a pet.
- His insect has got wings.
- Sally has got a hair slide.
- Concluding stage.
One of you must describe one pupil in our class without naming his/her name.
He has got big eyes.
He hasn’t got a pencilcase.
- Giving up the home task.
To complete pp. 42-43 in their Activity Book.
To learn by heart new words.
So, I evaluate pupils who were very active.
The lesson is over. Good bye pupils!