Theme: Unite 4. Step 4. If I were a millionaire
Structures: Second Conditional.
Functions: Talking about unreal and improbable situations
Aims: Learning Conditional sentences
Duties of teaching: 1. Giving a large information about Conditional sentences
2.Enriching students` vocabulary and developing the creative
and logical thinking
3.Upbringing students for punctuality and neatness. Teaching
for skills working in groups.
Type: Mixed lesson
Method: Explaining-illustration, question-answer
Form of teaching: Working in a group
Kind: Competition lesson
Connection with other subject: Kazakh, Russian, Informatics
Organization form of the lesson: By B. Bloom system
Visual aids: Gr. table, pictures, electronic text book , counters, screen, multi median equipment & etc.
Place of conduction: Multi median classroom
- Organization moment
- Checking homework
III. New theme
- a) to know
- b) comprehension
- c) using
- d) analyse
- e) fixing
The Procedure of the Lesson
Greeting. Dividing into two groups for conducting a competition lesson. Counters for evaluation and giving points. Good morning boys and girls. Today we`ll have a lesson in the room of multimedia. At first we’ll divide into two groups A &B.
II.Checking home work.Ex.2 p133 completing sentences in the 1st Conditional
a.I`ll be surprised if__________________________________________
b.I`ll be sorry if_____________________________________________
c.I1ll be frightened if_________________________________________
d.I`ll be very happy if________________________________________
e.I`ll be bored if_____________________________________________
III.New theme. And now we`ll have a new theme which called Second
Conditional,the continue of the 1st one.
We have an aim what we must know.Put down them, please.
4 items that they must knowto know:
1.Conditions that the 2nd Conditional expresses.
2.The scheme of the 2nd Conditional.
3.using of Comma.
4.The Past tense of «to be«in the 2nd Conditional
1.The 2nd Conditional expresses an unreal situation and its result.
S — would (`d) — V1 + if + S — Past Simple
I would travel to England if I won the lottery
If + Past Simple , S — would — V1
If I won the lottery , I would travel to England
3.Comma is used when the Subordinate clause goes first
4.The Past form of «to be« is «were« for all persons
e.g. If I were …
If you were…
If he/she/it were…
If I were in Astana,I would see « Baiterek«.
c)using: Working on exercises.
1.Completing sentences with the correct form of the Verb. Ex.10 p 119
a.If I______(have) much time,I ________(waste) it.
b.If I________(be) rich, I_________(travel) around the world.
c.If I________(be) a famous sportsman , I______(see) a lot of interesting places.
d.If I________(have) enoygh money , I__________(buy) a computer.
2.Reading the text of ex.5p117
Let’s read the text about Bolat`s life and his dream.Describe his dream.(screen picture).
The next exercise is 6 on p118 for asking and answering questions about Bolat.
Example: he/live/in a small flat?
Would he live in a small flat?
No, he wouldn`t. He would live in a big house
a..his mother/stay/at home?
b.he and his sister/ go to/ ordinary school?
c.he and his sister/ wear/ a uniform?
d.his granny /look/ after them?
e.his life / be / boring?
3.Talking about if their father were a millionaire. Ex 8 p 118.
Now we use our electronical textbook for doing test. (working on tests for analysing what they had. Words for help:
to reprimand-сөгіс беру
to sneak— ұрланып келу
The next task is completing sentences of the 2nd Conditional. Let’s think well.
If I______(win) the lottery, I would give you half the money.
If I _______( be) free on Sunday, I would go to the cinema.
It _________( be) a pity if he _________ ( marry ) Susan.
She ________( not be ) late if she ________(have ) a watch.
________ you ________ (buy ) a bicycle if you had much money?
Now answer some final tasks
1.Auxilliary verb of the main clause.
2.The Tense of the Subordinate clause.
Distributing some counters forshowing the final results.It ia conductedduring all the lesson. Defining the winner group and giving marks by receiving counters ( pentagon is 5, square is 4, triangle is 3 ).Children during of our lesson I gave you some counters. It means that what group has more counters that one is a winner and who has some counters gets marks.
Home assignment.. Ex 11 p 119. making sentences. Learning Conditional sentences.
Defining the winner group