Theme: How many boys are there in your classroom?
Aim of the lesson: To talk about the classrooms things.
To develop communicative skills and abilities through
different communicative activities.
To develop pupils reading, speaking and writing skills.
To encourage real use of language in group and pair work;
Type of the lesson: introduction of new material
Methods of teaching: questions-answers, group work, game.
Visual aids: Slide, cards.
The procedure of the lesson.
- ) greeting
b) talking about the weather
2.Checking up the home task
Learning by heart the dialogue “Is there a swimming pool ?”
Presentation of the new lesson.
“ How many boys are there in your classroom?”
Reading the dialogue and translating.
The construction of There is /There are
There is ( Singular form)
Affirmative: there is
Negative : there is not
Interrogative: Is there … ? Yes, there is /No, there is not
There are ( plural form)
Affirmative: there are
Negative: there are not
Interrogative: are there …? Yes, there are/ No, There are not
In singular form
There is a car outside
There is not a car outside
Is there a car outside?
There is a television in my bedroom
There is not a television in my bedroom
Is there a television in my bedroom?
In plural form
There are five chairs in the kitchen
There are not five chairs in the kitchen
Are there five chairs in the kitchen?
Checking understanding of the new materials
There are /There is.
1 - - a table in your living room?
2 - - a book in my bag
3 - - a carpet on the floor
4 - - two sofas in the living room
5. How many pupils - - in your classroom?
Put the words in the correct order.
- there /a / is / the /table /on / lamp
- family / there / four /are / our /in / children
- seven / days / are /in / week /there / a
- how / people / many / there / are /in /family /your?
- how / books /there / many /are / bag / your /in?
- there/ is / table /a /your /room / in?
Describing the pictures using the construction of There is / There are.
Conclusion: Game: X-O
Home task: 1. Exercise 9
2. to make up some sentences using the construction of There is / There are.