The theme: Different ways of teaching grammar

The theme: Different ways of teaching grammar

The aims:

  1. Educational:
  2. a) to teach students to be compare things and to form skills of grammar and to find the differences between them.
  3. Developing:
  4. b) to develop students speaking, reading and writing, to enlarge the vocabulary, to develop their pronunciation according to speaking and reading.
  5. Bringing- up:
  6. c) 1. to bring the students to love their country.
  7. to respect each other
  8. to work in groups
  9. to get along with each other.

The type of the lesson: Consolidation of the grammar.

Methods of the lesson: question- answer, explanation.

Visual aids: cards, pictures, a chalk, inter- achive board.

The outline of the lesson.

  1. Organization moment:
  • Good morning, children!
  • How are you?
  • How is your mood?

Duty’s report.

  1. Phonetic drill:

Today’s Quotation.

“Do all the means you can,

In all the ways you can,

In all the ways you can,

At all the ways you can,

To all the ways you can,

As long as ever you can.


  • Now children, as you see today we have an unusual lesson. Today you’ll do lots of creative works on grammar. I know that you like grammar. I want to share my ideas with everybody who needs it. I’ll describe different ways of teaching grammar, which we use at our lessons. So let’s begin our lesson.

The first task is. Find the odd one. At the board you see the words and your task is find the odd one.


  1. Find the odd one.
  2. Cheetah, crocodile, tiger, desert, whale.

s.on.d reading.e vocabulary.

  1. Hear, speak, live, meet.
  2. Everything, anything, nothing, nobody, something.
  3. Workbook, pencil, rubbish, ruler, desk.
  4. Hidden, drawn, forgotten, fell, sung.
  5. Cheetah, crocodile, tiger, desert, whale.
  6. Find and correct mistakes.
  7. Who does lives far from my house?
  8. My grandmother cook delicious breakfast every morning.
  9. Last year we spend our holidays in Paris.
  10. I think bananas are tasty than apples.
  11. My cousin isn’t a dentist, isn’t she?
  12. Describe the picture.

Pupils have to describe the picture which they can’t see. They ask                                                                           general questions to find out what is in the picture. Possible answers:

  1. Are there many people there?
  2. Is the weather fine?
  3. Are there houses in the picture?
  4. Are the children playing?
  5. Are the people wearing swimming- suits?
  6. Put the words in the right order.
  7. Just, the, played, boys, have, football.
  8. Year, we, France, in, last, were, saw, interesting, and, places.
  9. Is, the, building, it, most, in, beautiful, town, our.
  10. Apples, did, how, buy, yesterday, many, she?
  11. Uncle, has, sheep, lots of, my, farm, his, on.
  12. Make up the sentences using different grammar tenses.

For example: pupils can see the picture of nature and they make up the sentences.

Present Simple: Last week we went to the country. We swam, played different games and rested.

And so on.

Future Simple: Next summer we’ll go to the country. We’ll walk in the forest, we’ll swim in the lake and we’ll gather berries and mushrooms.

  1. Snowball game.

The 1st pupil says, “If the weather is sunny, I’ll go to the park”.

The 2nd pupil says, “If I go to the park, I’ll meet my friends”.

The 3rd pupil says, “If I meet my friends, I’ll be happy”.

Results of the lesson: Now children today, we’ll be very active. I’l put marks. Take home task for the next lesson