Kazakh traditional food

 

 

Week : 3

 

 

Date: The 20th of  March

Form:8

 

 

Theme:

 

Kazakh traditional food 

 

 

The goals:

 

 

To explain the theme of the lesson, to introduce the new words. To develop the pupil’s habits of reading, writing and speaking.

 

The type of  lesson:

 

Combination

 

The methods of working:

 

Group work, answer  the questions

 

The aids:

 

Pictures, grammar structure, crossword, interactive board.

 

Subject connection:

 

Kazakh, Russian, History.

 

Result of the lesson:

 

Today we will talk about traditional foods in Kazakhstan and in Britain and we will compare them.

 

Materials:

 

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The main idea of the lesson:

 

Traditional foods

 

 

The stage of the lesson:

 

 

min

 

Tasks:

 

Teacher:

 

Pupils:

 

Organization moment.

Greeting:

 

3m

 

—         Good afternoon, dear students!

—         How are you?

—         I am fine!

—         I am glad to see you!

—         Thank you, sit down!

 

—         Good afternoon dear teacher!

—         We are fine! And you? Thank you!

—         We are too!

 

 

Repot of duty:

 

2m

 

—         Who is on duty today?

—         Who is absent today?

—         Right, thank you, sit down!

 

—         I am on duty today.

—         Today …… is/are absent

—         All are present

 

Talking with  other student’s:

 

3m

 

—         What date is it today?

—         What day of the week?

—         What season is it now?

—         What is the weather like today?

Thank you very much!

 

—         Today is The 2nd of  February

—         Today is Tuesday

—         It is winter

—         It is snowy

 

 

 

—         Not a tall!

 

Dividing into groups by foods:

 

2m

 

Now, student’s                 I want to divide you into two groups.

 

Kazakh foods and British foods

 

Introduce the new theme:

 

7m

 

Let’s start our new lesson

The new theme of today’s foods

 

 

Student’s write down the date, the day and theme in the exercise work books

 

Proverbs

 

3m

 

1.     To put one’s best foot.

2.     To make two bites of a cherry

3.     An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

4.     A man is what he eats.

 

Look at the blackboard and listen, repeat after me.

All together.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The new words:

 

 

 

 

5m

 

 

 

 

Slides 1

 

 

Student’s found the words and write in their dictionary copybook.

Read the text

Posters

 

5m       

Food for life

People cannot life without food. Where does our food come from?

Meat comes from animals. People eat domestic birds too. Eggs come from birds. Milk comes from cows. From milk people make butter and cheese.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From plants we get fruit and vegetables. A lot of fruit grows on trees: apple, oranges, and bananas. Some plants have fruit too, like the coffee plant. So coffee is a fruit drink.

 

 

 

Read and to draw posters

Grapes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

watermelon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grammar drill:

 

 

5m

 

Now students look at the active board and remember

Plural nouns end in

-s, -es

Some nouns don’t have plural form. They are uncountable

Now the task for you is to write words in the correct column. Write the words on the sheets of exercise work books.

 

Countable Uncountable
Pen

Paper

Eggs

Telephone

TV set

Water

Honey

Juice

Sugar

Solt

 

 

 

 

 

 

Listen and remember

 

 

A game:

Find the words.

 

 

5m

 

A traditional English breakfast is big meal –

 

A traditional foods in Kazakhstan is —

 

Ausagses, naboc, gsge, meolete.

 

Ukzmi,rukt, beadr, bttuer, tykak,yzak, beshmakrab, dakyurk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reflections   —         Where does our food come from?

—         Do you eat right food?

 

Yes or no.

Evaluation : 2m To give marks

 

Formative assessment
 

Giving home task

  To learn by heart new words and to repeat proverbs.

Good bye my dear student’s!

Ok

 

 

Good bye teacher!