|Module 3: Treasure and Heritage
Theme: Our planet’s treasure 1
|Атырау қаласы «Амангелді атындағы орта мектеп»
ағылшын тілі пәні мұғалмі Беріккалиева Фариза
|Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to||220.127.116.11 understand the main points of short supported talk on an increasing range of general and some curricular topics;
18.104.22.168 give short, basic description of people and objects, begin to describe past experiences on an increasing range of general and some curricular topics;
22.214.171.124 recognise basic opinions in short, simple texts on an increasing range of general range of general and some curricular topics;
126.96.36.199 write with support a sequence of short sentences in a paragraph to give basic personal information
|Lessonobjectives||All learners will be able to:to read and write an email about their last holidays using Past Simple with prompts;|
|Most learners will be able to:to read and write an email about your last holidays using Past Simple without prompts;|
|Some learners will be able to:to read and write an email about your last holidays using Past Simple without prompts and tell about their trip to their classmates;|
|Assessment criteria||To read and write an email about your last holidays; to develop the pupils` listening skills through a song.|
|Language focus||Structures: Consolidation.
Language in use: I`m writing to tell you about my holiday in Hawaii. We`re going to go on holiday and have a lot of fun!
|Target vocabulary||Holiday, climb the mountains, take care, play out, have a rest|
|Cross — curricular
|Plannedtimings||Planned activities (replace the notes below with your planned activities)||SmilesResources|
|(An activity to revise the language of the previous lesson)
Ask a pupil to came to the board. Say a word from the previous lesson (e.g. lake) and ask the pupil to spell and write it. Ask the rest of the class for verification. Repeat the activity with other pupils.
(Activities to develop the pupils` reading and writing skills.)
|18 Read and circle. Then listen and check.
Refer the pupils to the picture and ask them to guess where Pat went on holiday and what she did. Allow the pupils some time to read the text silently and complete the activity. Play the CD. the pupils listen and follow the text in their books. Check their answers.
1 the Pacific Ocean 3 rainforest
2 morning 4 waterfalls
Then individual pupils read out the text.
19 Read and answer.
Explain the activity. The pupils read and answer the questions orally first, then in writing. Check their answers.
Suggested answer key
1 I went to Lake Balkhash.
2 I went with my family.
3 I went swimming, sailing and fishing.
4 I saw many birds.
Portfolio: Talk with your friends. Write an email to your friend about your last holidays.
Elicit from the pupils where they went for their summer holiday. Then ask the pupils, in pairs or in groups, to talk about their holidays. For homework, tell the pupils to write an email to their friend and to use the text in Ex. 18 as a model.
Suggested answer key
How are you? I`m writing to tell you about my holiday in Lake Balkhash. It was great!
I went there with my family. I swam in the lake every day. We saw many birds there. Mum and dad took me sailing and fishing, too. It was a wonderful holiday!
Write and tell me all about your holiday.
(Activities to revise talking about holiday and natural features and develop the pupils` listening skills.)
20 Let`s sing!
Paint to the picture and say: We`re going to go on holiday and have a lot of fun! The pupils repeat, chorally and/or individually. Follow the same procedure and present the rest of the song.
Play the CD. The pupils listen and follow along in their books. Divide the class into three groups and assign a verse to each group. Play the song again and ask each group to sign their corresponding verse. Time permitting, play the song again for the pupils to sing together as a class.
Extension activity (optional)
Before going into class
Make photocopies of the song on p. 65, one per pupil, and tippex out some words, e.g. holiday, fun, sun, etc.
Hand out the photocopies of the sing. Play the CD again. The pupils listen and fill in the missing words.
(See the introduction for further ideas on how to exploit the songs.)
21 Look, read and choose. Write the words on the line.
Refer the pupils to the pictures and revise the words. Read aloud the example and explain the activity. Go through the sentences and elicit/explain any unknown words. Explain to the pupils that the sentences are clues to find the correct answer. Allow the pupils some time to complete the activity. Check their answer.
2 a mountain 6 an ocean
3 a desert 7 a river
4 an island 8 a lake
5 a rainforest
|(Track 36 CD1)
(Track 37 CD1)
|(An activity to consolidate the language of the lesson.)
Demonstrate the following dialogue with a pupil:
e.g. Teacher: Where are you going to go on holiday?
Pupil 1: I`m going to go to Mexico.
Teacher: Have a nice holiday!
Pupil 1: Thank you!
ACTIVITY BOOK (Optional)
If you wish, you can assign some or all of the corresponding activities from the Activity Book for homework. If this is the case, make sure you explain them first in class.