This lesson is aimed for elementary classes and it is associated to the theme Great Britain and grammar rules from the previous lessons e.g Past Simple and singular plural forms of nouns. During the lesson writing, reading, speaking and listening skills are used. Pupils can get more information about famous sightseeings of Uzbekistan and Great Britain. The materials are taken from the Internet resources. Group work activities help the pupils to improve their knowledge.Matching activities and funny multiple choice question tasks are very fruitful for pupils.
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THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN
Board of Public Education
of Kattakurghan town
for the 4th grade
Unit: Great Britain
By the English teacher
of Kattakurghan town school №14
Teacher: Akbarova Zumrad Otelloyevna
Lesson plan for the 4th grades
Unit: Great Britain
Length: 45 min
Type of the lesson: to assimilate the theme
Class management: Plenary, Individual work, group work
The style (way) of the lesson: listening, reading, speaking and writing:
The method of the lesson: asking and answering, reading and speaking, group work, pair work;
The kind of the lesson: combined and revision lesson;
Vocabulary and structure: Recycling the vocabulary related to places; revising one syllable comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives
New words: Europe, Great Britain, Scotland, Wales, England, Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, Oxford Street, River Thames, River Severn
The visual aids of the lesson (technical supplies): Pupil’s book, Workbook, the DVD and slides,
The visual aids of the lesson (educational supplies): books, whiteboard, sheets of paper for test, card-questions, flashcards, worksheets, handouts a map and posters.
The aims of the lesson:
- to learn about London sights and Great Britain;
- to enable pupils to use one syllable comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives;
- to develop the pupils’ speaking, reading and listening skills
- to raise awareness of some facts of Great Britain and Uzbekistan, including the sights of England and Tashkent
Learning outcomes: At the end of the lesson pupils will be able to:
- name the geographic names in Great Britain and Uzbekistan;
- listen to a text and underline the correct words;
- choose the correct verbs in the Past Simple.
- talk about Great Britain and Uzbekistan.
- they will learn to work in groups and individual.
Teacher: the theme will be assimilated by pupils during the lesson. They will be active and inspired, and improve their educational skills (listening, reading, speaking and writing according to the CEFR);
The future plans
Teacher: to research new methods and put into practice;
Pupils: they can work individually on this theme, tell their ideas in English, analyze team’s opinions.
The block-scheme of the lesson:
The stage of the lesson
The organizational part of the lesson
Consolidation of previous theme using interactive methods
The explanation of the new theme
Strengthening of the lesson
The end of the lesson
The motto of the lesson:Today is a great day to learn something new.
The procedure of the lesson
I. The organizational part of the lesson (5 minutes)
To check the readiness of pupils to the lesson
Organize psychological climate
Brainstorming questions: Pupils should answer the questions according to the pictures.
1. What date is it today?
2. What day is it today?
3. What season is it now?
4. What’s the weather like today?
5. What lesson is it now?
6. What’s the motto of the lesson?
II. Consolidation of previous theme using interactive methods (5 minutes)
Pre-stage: To revise previous theme and ask about homework
While stage: Pp work at the board, they read and check correct sentences in their workbooks using background knowledge about topic.
Post stage: a) Class feedback
b) Assessing class answers
III. The explanation of the new theme (15 minutes)
To divide pupils into two groups using interactive methods, to name the groups and identify group monitors for each group (“Uzbekistan” and “Great Britain”)
To announce assessment scheme. After each task groups earn red or blue point cards and the points will be noted down to the chart which shows progress of each group.
Brainstorming to guess the new theme
Speaking task (Presentations of group monitors)
Listening task (textbook based).
Pre-stage: Brainstorming to guess the new theme
Pupils watch short video clip about Great Britain and guess the new theme.
Teacher announces new theme and writes it on the board.
While stage: Speaking task (Presentations of group monitors about their countries using the vocabulary of previous lessons)
Post stage: Listening activity 2 (Textbook based, on page 66)
Ask them to look at handouts and read the sentences silently. Say they will listen to the text and underline the correct words. Check they understand what to do and play the DVD. You can play the DVD again if necessary.
Peer check and evaluation
Answer key: 1 The weather was sunny and hot/rainy and windy.
2 Botir wants to play games/go to the River Thames.
3 Sevara wants to play games/go to the museum.
4 Sevara wants to go to the Tower of Bridge/London.
5 Anora wants to go to the museum by car/bus.
IV. Strengthening of new theme using interactive methods (15 minutes)
Pre-stage: Matching activity (working with worksheets)
Pp match the words to the pictures about Great Britain.
While stage: Reading activity (jig saw activity)
T his activity demonstrates the use of a jig saw reading instructional strategy to discuss a narrative text.
Relaxing and consolidating activity “Singing a song” (“London Bridge is falling down”)
All the children sing and play. Two pupils join hands to make a bridge. Other pupils pass under the bridge. It falls when the word bridge is spelt and one pupil becomes a prisoner and takes the place one of the two pupils.
Britain Quiz. (working with test)
Pp work with test questions. They must color the right answer on the answer sheet.
What’s the biggest country of Great Britain?
England b) Scotland c) Wales
What’s the smallest country of Great Britain?
Scotland b) England c) Wales
What’s the capital of England and Great Britain?
London b) Cardiff c) Edinburg
What river is London on?
the River Severn b) the River Thames c) the River Tay
What’s the longest river of Great Britain?
The River Thames b) the River Tay c) the River Severn
Answer key: 1) a 2) c 3) a 4) b 5) c
In order to assess group answers, they exchange answer sheets and will check each other’s answers according to answer key on the board and teacher encourages pupils using cards.
V. The end of the lesson (5 minutes)
Announcing winner group and encouraging them.
Giving homework: Pupils will write a letter to foreign friend, including short paragraph in the simple past tense about the places they and their family members visited last summer.
Finish the lesson with feedback to active and less active pupils according to points they got during the lesson. Announcing marks and making notes on class register.
www.teachingenglish.org Britaniya Kengashi sayti Teaching English Website and recourses of English- British Council 2008
Teaching English-Training videos- British Council 2008
S. Xan, L. Jo`rayev, K. Inogamova-Teacher’s book “Kids’ English 4”.