- навчальна: практикувати всі види мовленнєвої діяльності, ознайомити з новими лексичними одиницями;
- розвивальна: розвивати інтелектуальні та пізнавальні здібності, різні типи пам’яті — слухову, зорову, оперативну, тривалу, увагу, уяву, учити працювати в парі, групі, логічно висловлювати думку, формувати почуття гордості за свою сім’ю, розвивати агрокультурну компетенцію;
- виховна: виховувати дбайливе ставлення до членів своєї родини, культуру співбесіди, такі риси характеру, як доброзичливість, толерантність, активність, повагу і любов до всіх членів родини, виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.
- Обладнаний: картки за темою «Сімейне свято».
- Jump Game
Ask children to stand at their desks. Hold up a flashcard from the vocabulary set and say a word.
If the word is the same as the flashcard, they jump. If it isn’t, they keep still.
Alternatively, ask pupils to put their hands up if the word you say and the flashcard are the same.
- Listen and read (p. 76, ex. 1)
Tell pupils to look at the picture. Ask what they see. Pupils give different answers about the picture and about people on it.
Tell pupils that they are going to learn the poem about a birthday party. Ask pupils to point to the objects while they are reading the lines. Read the words of the poem pausing after each line. Pupils repeat the lines chorally and individually pointing to the objects in the picture. Read the poem chorally.
- a) Look, listen and say (p. 76, ex. 2)
Ask pupils to look at the picture and point to the objects and people while they are listening to the text, b) Read and check your answers
Before reading: pre-teach the words “blow” and “candles”. Show the flashcards. Drill the new words two or three times. Read the new words again. Pupils listen and repeat them. If it is necessary translate them into the mother tongue.
Then read the text. Pupils either read the text silently to themselves or they work on it together in pairs. Then pupils read the text in a chain. Ask to translate difficult sentences into the mother tongue. Go round helping.
After reading: ask pupils the questions “What holiday has Ann got? What day is her birthday? What do the children do at the party?”
Pupils may also be asked to write answers to the questions in their exercise books.
Do choral and individual reading again. Ask pupils to read parts of the text again aloud. Help with pronunciation and sentence rhythm especially. Monitor the activity and help where necessary.
- Agree or disagree (p. 77, ex. 3)
Ask pupils to read the sentences in the exercise and answer “Yes” or “No” about the birthday party in the exercise 2.
Tell them that they are going to agree or disagree with the sentences. Pupils read and choose the correct answer. Monitor the activity and help where necessary. If pupils don’t understand the meaning of some words translate them into the mother tongue.
READING AND WRITING
- Ask and answer (p. 77, ex. 4)
Ask pupils to read the questions and give their answers in pairs. Monitor the activity and help where necessary. Do choral and individual repetition. Ask pupils to practice their questions and answers for a few minutes. Go round helping. One or two pairs act out these questions and answers.
Repeat with a different pupil, but this time let pupils choose partners to act them out with.
Repeat with several different pupils.
Transfer: encourage pupils to make their own questions and answers too. Write some sentences in pupils’ exercise books if you have enough time. Monitor the activity and help where necessary.
Disappearing Cards Game
Stick from five to seven flashcards “Activities” on the board. Do choral repetition of the words. Then remove one of the flashcards in the sequence. Pupils chant the whole sequence of six words, including the missing one. Repeat removing another flashcard. Continue till there are no flashcards on the board and pupils are saying the whole sequence from their memory. You can also play the game by writing seven words on the board, then rubbing them out one at a time.
- Write about your birthday. Fill in always, usually (p. 77, ex. 5)
Pupils have to complete the sentences about their birthday using the adverbs “always” and “usually”. If it is necessary translate the adverbs into their mother tongue.
Ask pupils to make sentences orally. Then ask strong pupils to go to the board and write down these sentences on it. Others have to write them down into their exercise books.
ENDING THE LESSON
Spelling Team Game
Divide the class into two teams. Show a picture to the class or draw a picture on the board and ask a pupil from the first team to spell it. If the pupil can spell it, that team wins a point. If the pupil cannot spell it, the other team can try to spell it for a bonus point.
Read (p. 76, ex. 2)
Use Workbook tasks at the lesson or at home.