There is/are …
The objectives: -to present new theme and homes vocabulary
-to practice the grammar structure There is/are …
-to arouse pupils’ interest in learning English
Visual aids: interactive board, tape recorder, CD, cards
Methods of the lesson: interactive, visual, practical, communicative approach, pair work and work in groups
Teacher’s greetings: Good morning, boys and girls!
I’m glad to see you! How are you?
I’m OK. Thank you.
Sit down, everybody.
Warm up: — East or West, home is best.
— Every dog is a lion at home.
— My home is my castle.
Repeat after me. Then read the proverbs and translate.
Now tell me, please. How can we name the place where we live?
(A house, a home)
Yes, you are right. And what is the difference between these two words. Do you know?
No, we don’t.
We use the word house when we want …..
We use the word home when we want …..
The procedure of the lesson:
Check up the home task.
Boys and girls, today we are going to talk about «Flat». We are to revise everything about it. You’ve got reports on this occasion to present in class. The main goal of our lesson is to show the results of our hard work. Today we will work in teams, the leader of your team will help the members of the group. During our work you can get points
Ex1. Listen and check
Match the picture with the text
Look at the board, please. You can see a house with different rooms. First, listen carefully to the announcer and then put these words (the names of rooms) to the right picture.
Children go to the interactive board and do this task.
Living room bedroom garden dining room hall shower
Kitchen toilet upstairs downstairs bathroom
There is/are …
ex 3 Complete the explanation with there is, there isn’t , there are and there aren’t
There ‘s a living room.
There isn’t a dining room.
There are three bedrooms.
There aren’t any bedrooms downstairs.
We use ___-___ before a singular.
Noun (a living room)
We use ___-___ before a plural.
Noun (three bedrooms)
Ex 4 a. What about you ? Make four sentences about your home.
e.g. : There is a small kitchen
1 There’s …
2 There isn’t …
3 There are …
4 There aren’t …
Work with cards:
Describe the picture.
- This is a bathroom.
- There are two arm-chairs in the room.
- There are four chairs in the room.
- There is a bookcase in the room.
- There is a square table in the room.
- There is a sofa in the room.
There’s a hill by the sea
On the hill there’s a house
In the house there’s a room
With a small white door
There’s a sign on the door
And the sign says ME
But the door is locked
And there isn’t a key.
Work in groups:
Read the clues and write the words .
E.g. : 1 you usually sleep here –bedroom
2 you clean your teeth here – bathroom
Listen to the riddles and guess what it is.
a place we cook food; (a kitchen)
a place we take a shower; (a bathroom)
a place we wash the dishes; (a kitchen)
a place we wash our face and hands;
beautiful things that grow in the fields and forests; (flowers)
a thing we can lock the door; (a key)
a place where we can read books; (a living room)
a thing we usually travel by; (a car)
a room where we can have a dinner;
(a dining room)
a thing where we keep clothes;
a thing that helps us to read when it is dark in the room; (a lamp)
things which are usually on the windows and make the room lovely; (curtains)
a thing in the kitchen to cook our food;
The end of the lesson:
Homework : Workbook P39 Ex.4 (There is/are …)
Evaluation of pupils’ knowledge
You worked perfectly. I am glad.
Thank you for the lesson. The lesson is over. Good bye