What do you do?
Педагогика и дидактика
James is lazy. He doesn’t like going to school. He has a quick shower every morning. He puts on his clothes, watches a cartoon. He never does his morning exercises to the radio. He eats bread and honey for breakfast. He has tea or coffee with a bar of chocolate. He never cleans his teeth. He catches the bus to school. He arrives at school late.
What do you do?
- to develop students speaking skills
- to develop grammar skills
I. Introduction. Warm up
Good morning children, I am glad to see you. Today we are going to have our English lesson devoted to your everyday activities. We shall speak about the things you do every day, the things you like to do at your leisure. Well make friends with a boy from England. His name is James, we are going to learn a new song and make up our own song about a working day.
But first of all look at the blackboard. This is a proverb, repeat after me. “An early bird catches the worm”. How do you understand it?
II. The main part of the lesson.
Today well meet a friend from England. Lets get ready for the meeting and revise the words: (Work with flash-cards, containing verbs on the topic)
Language work. Making up sentences about the students day
Now speak about what you do every day.
I get up at 7 oclock
I make my bed
I wash and dress
I do my morning exercises
I do my morning exercises
I have breakfast
I take my bag and go to school
I have a 3 lessons a day
I come back home and have dinner
I do my lessons
I play in the yard with my friends
I play chess
I watch TV, I have supper
I go to bed at 10 oclock
Let us make sentences about your friends day. Dont forget to add s/-es in the 3d person singular.
He gets up every day
She has breakfast at 7 oclock
washes every day
dresses on Monday
does lessons in the evening
Making up a story. (Children describe the students actions). They can use the table to describe the students actions and traits of character.
Helps his friends
Helps his mother about the house
Cinema, books, his friends
To my mind is in good sport shape
I think is good at football
I am sure he is interested in music
is an interesting person
is good at sport
is a busy person
is fond of music and English
is an active pupil
is a clever pupil
Listening to the text about an English schoolboy.
а) Pre-listening task, language work.
Today well make friends with an English schoolboy. His name is James. Lets see what he does every day.
b) Have a look at some words and phrases
doesnt like going to school
has a quick shower, puts on his clothes
eats bread and honey
never cleans his teeth
catches the bus
arrives at school
c) Listening comprehension
Listen to the text
James is lazy. He doesnt like going to school. He has a quick shower every morning. He puts on his clothes, watches a cartoon. He never does his morning exercises to the radio. He eats bread and honey for breakfast. He has tea or coffee with a bar of chocolate. He never cleans his teeth. He catches the bus to school. He arrives at school late.
d) Post-listening activities.
Is James Lazy?
Does he get up early?
Does he like going to school?
What does he have every morning?
What does he eat for breakfast?
Does he run to the bus stop?
Does he catch the bus?
Does he arrive at school late?
e) Rendering the text in English.
f) Interaction. Controlled practice.
Do you get up late?
Are you lazy?
Do you eat bread and honey for breakfast?
Do you take shower every day?
Do you catch the bus?
Do you arrive at school late?
Now, children, your task is to fill in the blanks.
catch, eat, clean, get up, arrive
I usually ______at 7 oclock in the morning
I _______cakes for breakfast
I always ______ my teeth after breakfast
Then I ______ the bus to school
I never _______ at school late
6. Gap filling
Complete your daily timetable.
I get up at 7
I have breakfast at _____
I go to school at _____
I come back at ______
I have dinner at _______
I do my homework at _______
Exchange your papers and say what your friend does.
I get up at 7
My friend gets up at 7.30
Learning the song “This is the way”.
This is the way we open our eyes 7
we clean our teeth at 8 oclock
we eat our lunch 12
we watch TV 6
Making up verses of the song using the words and phrases.
wash our face
go to school
catch the bus
read the books
make a bed
go to bed
8. Grammar practice. The Present Simple.
You have told what you do every day.
Lets speak what you do at leisure.
listen to the radio
play the piano
play the guitar
listen to music
E.g. I read books
I dont read newspapers
III. Summing up.
Children, you have worked hard today
Your marks are …
Your homework is to write a composition about your friends working day.
The lesson is over, good bye.
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