The theme: Move Ahead Magazine
The objects: to introduce with new book; to practice using Present and past simple; have to/don’t have to; to speak about different types of hobbies and interests; to develop pupils’ speaking habits; to teach them to be more active;
The type of the lesson: New lesson
Resources used: Students’ book, work book, pictures of professions;
The procedure of the lesson
- moment: Greeting
Dialog with the student duty
- Home monitoring to discuss about student’s holiday
- Presentation Exercise1
Read and listen; As introduction, ask students what job they would like to do when they when they are older. Play the recording while students read and answer the question. Check the answer(he is worried about future).
- It’s almost midnight
- Because he has to think about his future; etc.
- Practice Ex. 2 Write verbs in the correct form of the present simple.
For a quick review of the present simple, ask students to think of five things they do before coming to school in the morning When students have given you some examples, check usage of third person s by asking other students;
Write verbs in the correct form of the present simple.
2 gives; 3 don’t know; 4 doesn’t like; 5 Do, go; 6 doesn’t live;
Ex. 3 Complete the email with the correct form of the present continuous
To introduce the present continuous, mime some actions and ask the class to describe what you are doing. Write an example on the board and attention to use of to be and the –ing from the describe actions happening now.
ANSWERS: 2 ‘re staying; 3 ‘m having; 4 ‘s shining; 5 are playing; 6 ‘m sitting; 7’m not doing; 8 are, doing;
Ex. 4 Read the telephone conversation. Underline the correct options.
ANSWERS: 2 go; 3 have; 4 is cooking; 5 is listening; 6 plays
Ex. 5 Ask students what they like doing in their free time then read the text in the book. Write the missing words in the correct places in the puzzle. What’s the mystery word?
Ex. 6 Read the examples with students. Make sure they understand that have to is used when somebody tells you to do something and don’t have to is used when something is not necessary. Make sentences with the correct form of have to/don’t have to;
WORK BOOK EX. 1 write the verbs in the correct form of the present simple or present continuous.
ANSWERS: 2 has; 3 gets; 4 is washing; 5 washes; 6 is singing; 7 likes;
- 2 circle seven –ing words used for hobbies and interests in the word search;
ANSWERS: swimming, running, dancing, noting, playing, painting;
- 3 Complete the sentences with the words from the box.
ANSWERS: 2 pilot; 3 shop assistant; 4 firefighter; 5 lawyer; 6 vet; 7 architect; 8 flight attendant; 9 teacher; 10doctor;
Today you were very active. Your marks are ….
Your home task is Review
Have you got any questions?
What did we speak about?
What family members were you introduced today?
Our lesson is over. Good-bye!