The theme of the lesson: Revision lesson

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The theme of the  lesson:  Revision lesson

The type of the lesson: presentation, interaction

The aims of the lesson:

  • to develop pupils writing, reading skills, oral speech and ability to understand theme;
  • to develop creativity doing exercises and to enrich their vocabulary pronunciation;
  • to revise grammar themes “The nouns”.

Visual aids: pictures, interactive board, pictures, books, posters

The procedure of the lesson:

  1. Organization moment.
  2. greeting

Good morning pupils?

How are you?

Who is on duty today?

Who is absent?

  1. b) Check up the home task

 

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The class is dividing 3 groups.

1st – Countable noun

2nd – Uncountable noun

3rd – Articles

  1. Phonetic drill

Blue                          green                      red

(pupils will write nouns. You have 2 minutes. Adj+noun)

 

  • Tasks

 

  1. Speaking (given a group of different pictures , the figure is conversation.)
  2. Grammar exercises. (Write and underline right words)

1st

  1. There are some/any apples on the table.
  2. I haven’t got any/some sisters and brothers.
  3. How many/much children have they got?
  4. I haven’t got many/much
  5. There isn’t a/an railway station.
  6. Jack decided to make some (bookshelf) __________ for his bedroom.

 

2nd

  1. Would you like some/any coffee?
  2. There is some/any sweets on the table.
  3. How many/much cheese is there in the fridge?
  4. There are many/much milk in the bottle.
  5. Do you want a/an orange?
  6. In the autumn, the (leaf) ______ on the trees change color.

 

        3rd

  1. Can I have some/any tea?
  2. Is there any/some water in the glass?
  3. I haven’t got many/much
  4. There aren’t many/much people in the room.
  5. Helen is a/an genius!
  6. Most (family) _________ enjoy going on holiday together.

 

  1. Write one name for each of the following groups.
  2. Potato, carrot, cabbage, tomato –
  3. Pig, dog, sheep, lion –
  4. Shirt, tie, blouse, dress –
  5. Sofa, wardrobe, wall –
  6. Bread, milk, sugar, butter –
  7. Pink, yellow, brown, grey –
  8. Grapes, plums, pineapples –
  9. Comedy, thriller, drama –
  10. Drawing
  11. Listening (Tape)
  12. Writing

(each groups are given a different job and children writes nouns)

  1. Odd sentences

 

1.Sister, daughter, nephew, mother, son

2.Lake, river, sea, house

3.Plain, book, train, bus

4.Orange, apple, banana, carrot, lemon

5.Town, country, city, village

  1. a chair, a sofa, a friend, a bed, a cupboard
  2. a day, a lorry, a minute, a year, a month, a week

8.at the cinema, a school, at home, in the forest, at night

9.a zebra, a tiger, a kangaroo, a lion, a dog

  1. a cat, a cow, a dog, a mouse, a lion

11.June, December, Wednesday, March, April

12.a father, an aunt, an uncle, a neighbor, a brother

13.a grape, a potato, a cabbage, a carrot, a  tomato

14.a train, a tram, a bee, a helicopter, a motorbike

  1. a ruler, a notebook, a rubber, a bag, a table

16.to school, in the bank, a house, at night

 

  1. Home work

Write 20 words countable and uncountable nouns

 

  1. Giving marks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st

There are some/any apples on the table.

I haven’t got any/some sisters and brothers.

How many/much children have they got?

I haven’t got many/much money.

There isn’t  a/an railway station.

Jack decided to make some (bookshelf) __________ for his bedroom.

 

 

 

2nd

Would you like some/any coffee?

There is some/any sweets on the table.

How many/much cheese is there in the fridge?

There are many/much milk in the bottle.

Do you want a/an orange?

In the autumn, the (leaf) ______ on the trees change colour.

 

 

 

        3rd

Can I have some/any tea?

Is there any/some water in the glass?

I haven’t got many/much money.

There aren’t many/much people in the room.

Helen is a/an genius!

Most (family) _________ enjoy going on holiday together.

 

1st

There are some/any apples on the table.

I haven’t got any/some sisters and brothers.

How many/much children have they got?

I haven’t got many/much money.

There isn’t  a/an railway station.

Jack decided to make some (bookshelf) __________ for his bedroom.

 

2nd

Would you like some/any coffee?

There is some/any sweets on the table.

How many/much cheese is there in the fridge?

There are many/much milk in the bottle.

Do you want a/an orange?

In the autumn, the (leaf) ______ on the trees change colour.

 

 

 

All the people enjoy summer holidays very much. It is a great pleasure to have a rest after a whole year of hard work or study. In summer all students have holidays. They go to the sea, rest there and gain strength for a new academic year.

Many people like to travel during their summer holidays. Some people go abroad to see new countries, some people prefer to go to the country-side to enjoy country-life far from noise and fuss of big cities.

Some people like to spend their holidays in cities, visiting theatres, museums and going sightseeing. But a great number of people go to the seaside in summer.

I like to have rest at the seaside best of all. I do not like crowds when I am on holiday. My family and I always have our holiday on the coast. Sea and sunshine, that is what we look forward to every summer. Hotels at the large seaside towns are rather expensive, so we usually go to a holiday camp.

Last year we spent our holidays in such a camp. Each day was full of small joys. We swam in the sea, lay in the sun, played different games and had a wonderful time. We lived there for about a month and did not even notice when the time came for us to return home. The time flew very quickly. It was a wonderful rest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Big Ben is a bell in the clock tower in London. Name. There are two versions of the origin of the name of the tower. The first version says that Big Ben was named after Sir Benjamin Hall, who ran the casting of the bell. Another says that the heariest bell at the moment (13.7 tonns) got its name after Benjamin County, a very famous boxer in the heavyweight division at the time. Construction. The tower was built on the design of English architect Augustus Pugin in 1858. For the first time the clock was wound on May 21, 1859. Officially, the tower was named as «The Clock Tower of Westminster Palace». Managingthe Clock. When the clock on the tower rush or lag (the error is smal — only 1.5-2 seconds) an old English penny is placed on the pendulum. Putting or a coin the superintendent manages to get the precision of the machinery. Now Big Ben is one of the most famous constructions of the UK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sports and games

 

We are sure you are all interested in sport. Many of you certainly play such games as volleyball or football, basketball or tennis. People who play a game are players. Players form teams and play matches with other teams — their opponents. Two players playing with each other are partners. Each team can lose or win. In a football match players try to score as many goals as they can.

Most matches take place in large stadiums.

Athletics is the most popular sport. People call it ‘the queen of all sports’. It comprises such kinds of sports as: running (for different distances), jumping (long and high jumps) and others.

From time to time international championships and races (horse-races, motor-races, cycle-races) take place. Representatives of various countries can win a gold, silver or bronze medal. Such great championships in sport are organized every four years and we call them Olympic Games. Only the best may take part in them.

There are so many kinds of sports, such as cycling, swimming, gymnastics, boxing, skating, skiing, rowing, yachting and many more in which you can take an active part or just be a devoted fan.