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Lesson 5. Extra-curricular activities

The aim of the lesson:

Objectives:

• to acquaint PP with the extra-curricular activities of PP in the UK and USA

• to give practice in listening for specific information and writing

• to give PP the opportunity to personalise the topic and to provide oral practice

Educational: - According to the lesson’s educational purpose improve pupils’ personal qualities like behavior, education etc. to improve pupils’ ideal-political knowledge, to form their developing skills and abilities.

Developing: According to the lesson’s educational purpose develop pupils’ personal skills, English learning, motivational skills, develop pupils’ self-educational skills, analyzing and systematizing skills of knowledge, develop to report own ideas, communicative skills.

С1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6 Learning outcomes for competences in English:

  • By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to speak about intteligence, effort and success Pupils will be able to pronounce words
  • By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to understand to learn phrases for the theme and use them in small situations
  • By the end pupils will able to to enable pupils to understand and perform commands, to enable pupils to learn Extra-curricular activities.

Linguistic competence: At the end of the lesson pupils will be able to improve Listening and speaking, reading and writing

Sociolinguistic competence: - raise awareness of your pupils organizing and scheduling events

Pragmatic competence:  - to enable pupils to find and use learned materials in different situations

Equipments: “English” pupil’s book 9, handouts, DVD, technical aid, a blackboard and a piece of chalk.

The method of the lesson: untraditional.

                        

Warm-up:

This is an optional activity – only do it if you think you will have time.

Each P draws a picture of his/her hobby. After five minutes the teacher collects

all the pictures and sticks them on the BB. Ask a P to read his/her description.

The other PP look at the pictures on the blackboard and ask each other about

any words for hobbies that they do not know in English.

Procedure of the lesson:

I. Organizing moment: Motivation,Greeting, checking attendance, season, weather, checking the preparation for the lesson.

II. Asking homework:

- Check for homework given on past lesson.

Ask pupils all new words learnt on previous lesson.

III. Presentation -Explain new theme : Extra-curricular activities.
 

Main part of the lesson:

Activity 1 Look and say who you can see and what they are doing.

Objectives: to introduce the theme; to revise vocabulary that PP already know

PP look at the pictures and say who the people are, what they are doing, where they are, if they have ever done any of these things.

Answer Keys: a visit to a factory, a school play, a school excursion

Activity 2a Read about extra-curricular activities in the USA and the UK and say which are the same in your school.

Objectives: to acquaint PP with the UK and USA extra-curricular activities

and to compare them with activities in Uzbekistan; to present vocabulary to describe extra-curricular activities PP look at the pictures, read about extra-curricular activities in the UK and the USA then compare with Uzbekistan.

Field trips: geography, biology, modern languages, history

Other trips: museum, exhibition, factory, monument, theatre, cinema, castle, France

School clubs: sports, photography

Activities: video, debating, choir, dance, radio, school, newspaper, drama, orchestra

 
 

Activity 2b Listen and say which clubs/activities Lucy goes to.

Objective: to give practice in listening for specific information

Tell PP that they are going to hear a CD of a pupil talking about her extracurricular activities. Ask PP to listen and answer the question.

CD script:

Hi! I’m Lucy. Thanks for listening to the school radio. I want to tell you about some really fun things you could be doing here at school. Maybe you’re like me. You like watching TV. If your parents are at work and there is no one at home to encourage you to do something active, you get comfy in front of the TV and stay there for hours just resting and relaxing. uh huh. Well, I was a couch potato too until my friend Emma told me about these great things I could be doing. I’m having such a good time now I want to share this news with you. The school organises activities for us to do in our free time after school and at the weekend. They’re really great! I’ve learnt such a lot and made good friends. I’ve never been bored, I’m always busy. Did you know that there’s a video club, a modern dance club, a tennis club and a local history club in our school? I’m a member of the school video club. We watch films and sometimes also make films when school has finished at 4 o’clock.. Let’s see. I’ve learned to use the

projector and once a month I’m responsible for showing the film. When I finish secondary school, I hope to go to university and, if I can show I have already made some short films, it will help me to get a place at university. Our teachers help and supervise the clubs in their free time. For example in the local history club. they organise visits to local industry. These visits may be to a power station, a factory or. or the local newspaper office. We write about the visits in class. A lot of us are in  sports clubs too. Being part of the badminton team is fun and keeps us fit and looking great. So – you  too could have all this fun. Just join any of the clubs today – and see for yourself! Hope to see you there!

 
 
 

Activity 2c Listen again and look at the list of advantages of clubs/activities. Say which of the advantages Lucy mentions.

Objective: to give practice in listening for specific information

Ask PP to listen again and take notes about the advantages of going to a club that Lucy mentions. Ask PP to compare their answers in pairs and then as the whole class.

Clubs are good because we can:

• learn to work in a team

• make the best of our time

• have fun

• be more active

• learn to take responsibility

• learn interesting things

• prepare for our future life

Activity 2d Work in pairs. Answer the questions.

Objective: to give PP the opportunity to personalise the topic and to provide oral practice

Ask PP to talk about questions 1 – 4 in pairs and then compare answers with the whole class.

Suggestion: If you have a faster class and have some time left, you could give

them some practice in freer writing. Ask PP to make two more sentences of

their own on the topic “How to spend your free time”.

1 Which clubs do you belong to?

2 What are the advantages, in your opinion?

3 What is your role in the club?

4 What could you do to be more active in the club?

Activity 2e Report.

Objective: to give PP the opportunity to personalise the topic and to provide oral practice

Ask PP to talk about questions 1 – 4 in pairs and then compare answers with the whole class.

Suggestion: If you have a faster class and have some time left, you could give

them some practice in freer writing. Ask PP to make two more sentences of

their own on the topic “How to spend your free time”.V.Homework: Go through the instructions in the classbook with PP. Ask one or two stronger

PP to make some example sentences. PP write a plan for a new school club.

1 Write a plan for a new club in your school.

e.g. Our club will be called the.

Our aims are: to have fun, to.

We will meet.

We will organise the following activities:.

Our leader will be.

We hope to find. members.

Members will have the opportunity to.

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Lesson 5. Extra-curricular activities


The aim of the lesson:

Objectives:

• to acquaint PP with the extra-curricular activities of PP in the UK and USA

• to give practice in listening for specific information and writing

• to give PP the opportunity to personalise the topic and to provide oral practice


Educational: - According to the lesson’s educational purpose improve pupils’ personal qualities like behavior, education etc. to improve pupils’ ideal-political knowledge, to form their developing skills and abilities.


Developing: According to the lesson’s educational purpose develop pupils’ personal skills, English learning, motivational skills, develop pupils’ self-educational skills, analyzing and systematizing skills of knowledge, develop to report own ideas, communicative skills.

С1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6 Learning outcomes for competences in English:

  • By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to speak about intteligence, effort and success Pupils will be able to pronounce words

  • By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to understand to learn phrases for the theme and use them in small situations

  • By the end pupils will able to to enable pupils to understand and perform commands, to enable pupils to learn Extra-curricular activities.

Linguistic competence: At the end of the lesson pupils will be able to improve Listening and speaking, reading and writing

Sociolinguistic competence: - raise awareness of your pupils organizing and scheduling events

Pragmatic competence: - to enable pupils to find and use learned materials in different situations

Equipments: “English” pupil’s book 9, handouts, DVD, technical aid, a blackboard and a piece of chalk.

The method of the lesson: untraditional.

Technological map of the lesson:

Motivation 3 minutes

To revise the previous lessons 8 minutes

Presentation- Explain new theme 14 minutes

Consolidation 10 minutes

Evaluation 5 minutes

Homework 5 minutes

Warm-up:

This is an optional activity – only do it if you think you will have time.

Each P draws a picture of his/her hobby. After five minutes the teacher collects

all the pictures and sticks them on the BB. Ask a P to read his/her description.

The other PP look at the pictures on the blackboard and ask each other about

any words for hobbies that they do not know in English.

Procedure of the lesson:

I. Organizing moment: Motivation,Greeting, checking attendance, season, weather, checking the preparation for the lesson.

II. Asking homework:

- Check for homework given on past lesson.

Ask pupils all new words learnt on previous lesson.

III. Presentation -Explain new theme : Extra-curricular activities.

Main part of the lesson:

Activity 1 Look and say who you can see and what they are doing.

Objectives: to introduce the theme; to revise vocabulary that PP already know

PP look at the pictures and say who the people are, what they are doing, where they are, if they have ever done any of these things.



Answer Keys: a visit to a factory, a school play, a school excursion


Activity 2a Read about extra-curricular activities in the USA and the UK and say which are the same in your school.

Objectives: to acquaint PP with the UK and USA extra-curricular activities

and to compare them with activities in Uzbekistan; to present vocabulary to describe extra-curricular activities PP look at the pictures, read about extra-curricular activities in the UK and the USA then compare with Uzbekistan.


Field trips: geography, biology, modern languages, history

Other trips: museum, exhibition, factory, monument, theatre, cinema, castle, France

School clubs: sports, photography

Activities: video, debating, choir, dance, radio, school, newspaper, drama, orchestra










Activity 2b Listen and say which clubs/activities Lucy goes to.

Objective: to give practice in listening for specific information

Tell PP that they are going to hear a CD of a pupil talking about her extracurricular activities. Ask PP to listen and answer the question.

CD script:

Hi! I’m Lucy. Thanks for listening to the school radio. I want to tell you about some really fun things you could be doing here at school... Maybe you’re like me. You like watching TV. If your parents are at work and there is no one at home to encourage you to do something active, you get comfy in front of the TV and stay there for hours just resting and relaxing... uh huh ... Well, I was a couch potato too until my friend Emma told me about these great things I could be doing. I’m having such a good time now I want to share this news with you ... The school organises activities for us to do in our free time after school and at the weekend. They’re really great! I’ve learnt such a lot and made good friends. I’ve never been bored, I’m always busy. Did you know that there’s a video club, a modern dance club, a tennis club and a local history club in our school? I’m a member of the school video club. We watch films and sometimes also make films when school has finished at 4 o’clock. ... Let’s see ... I’ve learned to use the

projector and once a month I’m responsible for showing the film. When I finish secondary school, I hope to go to university and, if I can show I have already made some short films, it will help me to get a place at university. Our teachers help and supervise the clubs in their free time. For example in the local history club ... they organise visits to local industry. These visits may be to a power station, a factory or ... or the local newspaper office. We write about the visits in class. A lot of us are in sports clubs too. Being part of the badminton team is fun and keeps us fit and looking great. So – you too could have all this fun. Just join any of the clubs today – and see for yourself! Hope to see you there!




























Activity 2c Listen again and look at the list of advantages of clubs/activities. Say which of the advantages Lucy mentions.

Objective: to give practice in listening for specific information

Ask PP to listen again and take notes about the advantages of going to a club that Lucy mentions. Ask PP to compare their answers in pairs and then as the whole class.

Clubs are good because we can:

• learn to work in a team

• make the best of our time

• have fun

• be more active

• learn to take responsibility

• learn interesting things

• prepare for our future life



Activity 2d Work in pairs. Answer the questions.

Objective: to give PP the opportunity to personalise the topic and to provide oral practice

Ask PP to talk about questions 1 – 4 in pairs and then compare answers with the whole class.

Suggestion: If you have a faster class and have some time left, you could give

them some practice in freer writing. Ask PP to make two more sentences of

their own on the topic “How to spend your free time”.

1 Which clubs do you belong to?

2 What are the advantages, in your opinion?

3 What is your role in the club?

4 What could you do to be more active in the club?


Activity 2e Report.

Objective: to give PP the opportunity to personalise the topic and to provide oral practice

Ask PP to talk about questions 1 – 4 in pairs and then compare answers with the whole class.

Suggestion: If you have a faster class and have some time left, you could give

them some practice in freer writing. Ask PP to make two more sentences of

their own on the topic “How to spend your free time”.

Use this list of points to help you.

name

goal

how often, when, what days

what activities

teacher

members

roles for the members










IV.Evaluation:

V.Homework: Go through the instructions in the classbook with PP. Ask one or two stronger

PP to make some example sentences. PP write a plan for a new school club.

1 Write a plan for a new club in your school.

e.g. Our club will be called the ...

Our aims are: to have fun, to ...

We will meet ...

We will organise the following activities: ...

Our leader will be ...

We hope to find ... members.

Members will have the opportunity to ...



What Is An Extracurricular Activity?

An extracurricular activity can be almost anything that isn’t required for high school credit or paid employment. These activities will become very important later, such as when you are applying to colleges, because they help you develop your talents, interests, and passions. They can also teach you practical skills like time management.

With so many options out there, all students should be able to find an extracurricular that they are interested in and can develop a passion for!

Remember that extracurricular activities do not have to be sponsored by your school, so you should also consider things that you do with your family or within your community as viable options.

Below I've listed many popular activities that you may not have thought of as extracurricular activities. Take a look at the list and see if your activities are already on the list, or if anything you hadn't considered before catches your eye.

Of course, this list isn’t complete, because you can turn almost any interest into an extracurricular. If you are actively involved in something that you don't see here - meaning you spend a significant amount of time doing an activity that is allowing you to develop a talent or interest, be a leader, or help out your community - then you should definitely consider that an extracurricular activity, as well!



What doesn't necessarily count as an extracurricular? An interest of yours that's very self-centered. You can't just get a belly button piercing and expect colleges to be wowed. It should be an activity that demonstrates a talent or contributes value to other people. There's a spectrum here, though - improving your hair quality isn't really an extracurricular. But starting a Youtube channel around beauty tips or creating a club for teen health enthusiasts definitely does.

But if you're still unsure if something counts as an extracurricular, or you need some inspiration, then read on for our complete list of extracurricular activities.

How Should You Use This Extracurricular Activities List?

Not sure how you should use this list of extracurriculars? Just follow the six steps outlined in this section, and you'll be on your way to choosing the best extracurricular for you!

Step 1: Brainstorm Extracurricular Ideas

What are your interests? Have you always wanted to try out something related to art, but weren’t sure if it would be worth your time, or if it would be viewed favorably by a college admissions team? Keep in mind that colleges don’t really care about what kind of activity you are doing - instead, they want to see that you are doing something that you are passionate about. So make a list of all of your interests - both things that you are already interested in and other areas that intrigue you and you'd like to learn more about.

Step 2: See Which Extracurriculars Fit Your Interests

Look through the list below and see if any of the activities match your interests. You may see some ways that you hadn’t thought of before to pursue an interest! Keep in mind that there can be a lot of different outlets for each interest you have. For example, if you want to play an instrument, you can take private classes, play in your school’s marching band, play in a community concert band, or work as part of the orchestra for your school’s next musical.

Step 3: Research Different Extracurricular Options

Research to see if these activities are available at your high school or in your community. If there is something you are very passionate about that’s not already offered, consider starting up a group of your own. But if you aren’t sure that the interest will stick and you only want to try it out, it’s probably best to find a different outlet for your curiosity.

Step 4: Join Some Activities

The next step is to start doing activities! But how many should you do? If you are a freshman, I would recommend trying out a bunch of different activities--up to ten if there are that many you have an interest in. The idea at this stage is to sample a variety of extracurriculars. Once you start to get an idea of which activities are going to really help you develop the interests you are most passionate about, you can dedicate more time to those and drop the others.

Step 5: Narrow Down Your Extracurriculars

If you are a sophomore, junior, or senior, you should hopefully already have an idea of the kinds of activities that you want to focus on. Make a list of the top five activities that interest you. If you have the time to try out all five, go for it. This will give you a bit of time to experiment and see what’s most of interest. If you don’t have time, try to narrow down your top five to three activities.

Step 6: Increase Your Impact in a Few Activities

Remember to not spread yourself too thin, especially if you are above freshman year. It’s more important to spend significant time in each activity than it is to have a long list of activities. Choose activities that will allow you to make a meaningful impact, either in your own development, or in the community.










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