The theme: Twelve flowers of the year
1.Educational: by giving information about flowers of the year, and introducing their names, phonetically differences, to teach to use new words in their own sentences, to enlarge pupils’ vocabulary;
2.Developing: by studying the new words, answering the questions and doing creative works the students can improve their skills of reading, translating, listening, pronouncing the new words, writingskills , to teach work creatively (interactive board)
3.Brining up: by connecting with nature and season, to bring the students up to protect environment and plants.
Methods of the lesson: Brainstorming questions, Semantic map, testing, asking-answering, doing creative works, missing words dictation
Type of the lesson: New lesson
Audio visual aids: interactive board, pictures of flowers
Connection with other subjects: Biology, Geography
Procedure of the lesson:
- Awakening(Brainstorming questions, listening to the tape)
- Realization of the meaning.( Reading the text from the electronic book)
- (Semantic map, test)
- Awakening 1. Brainstorming questions.(Students will stand circle and teacher give to pupils picture of flowers )
T:Dear students take one of these flowers and say about it (What is the name of this flower or name this flower. What’s the color of it? Where does it grow?)
Ok ,how can we call all of these picture?
T:Very good and now let’s listen to the tape and repeat after the tape.
I like flowers that are bright,
I like flowers that are white,
I like flowers with a nice smell,
That blossom in gardens so well.
T: Who wants to read the rhyme? OK.
T:Do you know that every month has its flower which grows on those month. We‘ll study about them, our today’s lesson’s theme is “Twelve flowers of the year”
- Realization of the meaning.
T:Dear students open the task glossary , there are some new words which can help to you to understand and to read the text about flowers. At first let’s listen to the tape, then you’ll repeat after the tape. Then copy out these words in your vocabulary note.
To smell иіс шығу
Emblem[΄embləm] белгі, емблема
Daffodil[΄dǽfədil] нәркес нарцисс
Daisy [deizi] маргаритка
Blossom[blοsəm]жеміс ағашының гүлі
- b) Reading the text.
T: Press on the flower which you have , you will find there text about flowers which you had in your hand, read it yourselves then you should retell us about your flower and the rest of you listen him/her attentively
The flowers of the year
1.The snowdrop is the flower for the January. It is as white as snow and appears in forests and gardens when there is still snow there. The little plant is a native flower of Europe.
2.February’s flower is the primrose. Primroses can be white, yellow, red, pink, rose, purple and orange. The flowers look like stars. The primrose is one of the earliest spring flowers. They grow wild in some countries in Europe , and North America, but you can find lots of them in China.
3.The flower of the month of March is the daffodil. It appears very early in spring too. The flowers are usually yellow. The plant has long leaves and a sweet pleasant smell. It has been a favorite flower in many gardens.
4.April’s flowers are daisies. You can see them everywhere in the fields, gardens and even roadsides.
5.The flower for May is the hawthorn. It grows on a small tree and its blossoms are pink , white or red. The hawthorn also has small hard fruit which looks like a little apple.
6.June’s flower is the honeysuckle. The flowers are usually white,rose,yellow,blue. Its flowers looks like jugs. They grow in the gardens. The honeysuckle has pleasant smell.
7.July’s flowers are water lilies. You can often see them on the waters of a quit lake. Frogs like to use their large green leaves as platforms. Some water lilies are deep yellow in color and some are white, pink, blue or even purple.
8.The flower for August is the poppy. Poppies have bright red, orange, purple or yellow flowers. They look like cups. They often grow wild in the mountains and in the fields.
9.The morning glory, September’s flower is a climbing plant with blue or purple flowers. Their green leaves look like small green hearts. The morning glory opens early morning, but when the hot sun appears in the sky it closes. The blossoms are like bells. The morning glory has a sweet smell and can grow wild.
10.October’s flower is the hop. People use it to make beer. It is a climbing plant which often decorates country houses.
11.The flower for November is the chrysanthemum. It is one of the oldest known flowers. It has been grown in Japan for nearly two thousand years and is the national flower can be white, yellow,red,purple or pink. Chrysanthemums appear from late August to December when most other flowers have stopped flowering ready for the winter.
12.December’s plant is the holly. Its flowers have produced red berries for the Christmas season. The holly has prickly green leaves. It is an evergreen.
- c) Task1 Translate the sentences into English
T:-Dear students open the next page and there are sentences in Kazakh you must translate them into English you can find them from the text.
- The snowdropis the flower for the January .
- The primrose looks like stars.
- The hawthorn has small hard fruit looks like a little apple.
- The daffodil has long leaves and a sweet pleasant smell.
5.The morning glory is a climbing plant.
- d) Task2 Missing words dictation
T:- Now, open the next page there is dictation which words are missing, you should find the correct word and write it into dictation
1.Primroses can be white, yellow, red, pink, rose, purple and orange.
2.Poppies grow wild in the mountains and in the fields.
3.The flower for November is the chrysanthemum.
4.Frogs like to use morning glories’ large green leaves as platforms
5.The holly has prickly leaves.
- Reflection.1.Semantic map
T: — Dear students, now you should fill this semantic map with information from the text
|The name of the flower||Color of the flower||Smells of the flowers||Month of the flower||Where does it grow?|
T: Students, you should find correct answer
1.The snowdrop is the flower of….
a)March b) April c) January d) July
2.June’s flower is ….
- a) hawthorn b) honeysuckle c) poppy d)glory
3.The morning glory is…
- a) climbing plant b) like stars c) like little apple d)grows in the mountain
- The primroses grow in ….
- a) Africa b) Asia c) South America d) North America
- The daffodil has ….
a)short leaves b)yellow leaves c) long leaves d) blue leaves
- The hawthorn grows on….
a)small tree b) big tree c) blossom tree d)long tree
- You can see water lilies on the ….
- a) fields b)mountains c)gardens d)waters
- The poppy is the flower of ….
- a) August b) May c)September d) February
- People use the hop to make….
- a) juice b)tea c)beer d)milk
10.Hollies have produced red berries for the ….
- a) Mother’s Day season b) Christmas season c) Thanksgiving Day season d)Halloween season
3.Making calendar with flowers on the blackboard.
T:-Let’s make “The flower calendar” you should take one picture of flowers and put it into the table and write your birthday.
- Home task.
T:-To find out information about flowers which grow in Kazakhstan and draw them, try to make calendar with them.
T:-Thank you for your activity during the lesson. I’ll give marks….
VII. The end of the lesson
T:-The lesson is over see you soon.