Шкільне свято


Lesson 6

Тема. Шкільне свято


Навчальна: практикувати всі види мовленнєвої діяльності, ознайомити з новими лексичними одиницями, учити вести бесіду, слухати співрозмовника;

Розвивальна: розвивати логічне мислення, увагу та зорову пам’ять, спостережливість, удосконалювати фонетику та артикуляцію звуків, усні комунікативні уміння з опорою на наочність;

Виховна: виховувати загальну культуру спілкування учнів, зацікавити в розширенні своїх знань.

Обладнання: таблиця й картки на тему “Мій


Хід уроку


1. Play one or two rounds of the Spelling Shark with any new words from the previous lesson.


2. Listen and repeat (p. 54, ex. 1).

Teach and then drill the new words shown in the pictures. Say a word and point at the picture. Pupils listen and repeat several times.

Pupils take turns to read out the words. Point at their clothes. Help them with pronunciation.

Use the new words in the structure “This is…. These are…”

3. Work in groups. Act out (p. 54, ex. 2).

Ask a few questions in English about the picture: “Who’s the woman? What’s

Her name? How many children can you see? What colour is the umbrella? Who has got a hat? What colour is it?” etc.

Dialogue: In pairs, pupils read and practice the story.

One or two pairs act out

the dialogue.

4. Read the rule “Possessive Case”.

Point out the form and meaning of the possessive singular “_’s”, using the pupils’ possessions in the classroom as examples: “This is Mary’s desk. This is Oleg’s pen.” etc. Write several examples on the board and show how the “_’s” is added to the end of proper names or nouns to indicate ownership (the desk of Mary, the pen of Oleg).

Then read the rule from the book.


5. Look and say (p. 55, ex. 3).

Drill the possessive case singular “_’s” and the new words several times: “Look at Dan. Dan has got a hat and boots. This is Dan’s hat and these are Dan’s boots.” Pupils take turns to describe other children in the same way, using pictures.


Collect one possession from each pupil.

Take turns to name each one: “Ann’s rubber”, etc. Put all the objects in a pile on the table.

Teach the question “Whose…? Whose pen is it?” Drill the question several times.

Pupils take turns to come up to the board and take guesses about the objects or ask questions: “Whose rubber is it? Is this Max’s pen?”


6. Write (p. 55, ex. 4).

Write an example on the board.

Read the dialogue.

Complete the sentences. Write them on the board.

Read in pairs and check the pronunciation of the words.


7. Speak English (p. 55, ex. 5).

Stick some pupils’ photos to the board.

Ask a pupil to come up to the board and describe who he sees in the photo.


Bring another photo and describe it.

Revise (p. 55, ex. 3).

Шкільне свято