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Unit:

Healthy  world

Teacher name:

 

Date:

 

Grade:4

Number present: 

Number absent:   

Theme of the lesson:

Help the planet 2

Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to

4.L3   understand the main points of short supported  talk on anincreasing  range of general and some curricular topics

4.L4   understand a limited range of short supported questions on general and some curricular topics

4.S6 take turns when speaking with others in a growing  range of short, basic exchanges

4.R2 read and understand with some support short simple fiction and non-fiction texts

4.UE12 use adverbs of time and frequency: sometimes, often,

always, never to indicate when and how often begin to use simple adverbs of manner e.g. well, badly, use common –ly manner adverbs to describe actions e/g/ slowly, quickly

Lesson objectives

Learners will be able to:

recognise and use most target language correctly and show comprehension of most written and spoken familiar words in simple sentences To explore other subject areas (Geography); to 8 I talk about endangered animals; to make a I | poster for the protection of the rainforests.

                Lesson plan

Planned timings

Teacher's actions

Pupils` actions

Assessment

Resources

10 

minutes

ORGANISATION MOMENT:

Teacher greets students

Students respond to greeting and take their places

-

 

20

minutes

MAIN PART

Step 1 What animal am I? Read and write.

Explain the activity. The pupils look at the pictures, read the sentences and say the names of the animals. Allow the pupils some time to complete the activity. Check their answers

Answer key

 rhino   3 dolphin        5 panda

 gorilla 4 polar bear

Then individual pupils read out the texts.

Step 2 Listen and read. Then act out similar dialogues. (Track 24 CD2)

Refer the pupils to the dialogue. Play the CD.The pupils listen and follow along. Pause the CD for the pupils to repeat, chorally and/or individually. Refer the pupils to the pictures and elicit the names of the animals and what the pupils know about them. Read aloud the fact files.The pupils, in pairs, act out similar dialogues using the information in the fact files. Go around the classroom providing any necessary help. Ask some pairs to come to the front of the classroom and act out their dialogues. If you wish, write the following on the board so the pupils can refer to it while they are completing the activity.

A: Look at these amazing. Where do. live?

B: They live in. Did you know they are in danger? A: Really? Why?

B: Because.

A: That's a shame. We must do something to protect them!

Suggested answer key

A: Look at these amazing chimpanzees. Where do chimpanzees live?

B: They live in the jungle. Did you know they are in danger?

A: Really? Why?

B: Because people hunt them or sell them as pets. A: That's a shame. We must do something to protect them!

Read and circle. Then listen and check. (Track 25 CD2)

Explain the activity. Go through the sentences and elicit/explain any unknown words. Play the CD. The pupils listen and circle the correct words. Check their answers.

AUDIOSCRIPT

So that was the news at five o'clock. Anyway, I hope you are all listening because here are some rainforest facts.

More than 50% of the world's animals live in rainforests. That's a lot!

There aren't any rainforests in Antarctica because it's always very cold.

The largest rainforest is the Amazon rainforest in South America.

Rainforests give us oxygen. That's why we must protect them.

Today, rainforests are slowly getting smaller because people are cutting down the trees.

We must save our rainforests.

Answer key

 cold    4 oxygen

 South America                      5 smaller

the pupils some time to complete the activity.

the pupils to the dialogue

Formative assessment

(Track 10 CD2)

Pupils book p 88

Pupils book p 89

 

10

       minutes

ENDING THE LESSON:

Well what did we do in our lesson?

-    Evaluation of the lesson

Give the home task

Sing a Good bye song

Children sing a Good bye song

Feedback

https://www.youtube. com/watch?v= Xcws7UWWDEs

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Unit:

Healthy world

Teacher name:


Date:


Grade:4

Number present:

Number absent:

Theme of the lesson:

Help the planet 2

Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to

4.L3 understand the main points of short supported talk on anincreasing range of general and some curricular topics

4.L4 understand a limited range of short supported questions on general and some curricular topics

4.S6 take turns when speaking with others in a growing range of short, basic exchanges

4.R2 read and understand with some support short simple fiction and non-fiction texts

4.UE12 use adverbs of time and frequency: sometimes, often,

always, never to indicate when and how often begin to use simple adverbs of manner e.g. well, badly, use common –ly manner adverbs to describe actions e/g/ slowly, quickly

Lesson objectives

Learners will be able to:

recognise and use most target language correctly and show comprehension of most written and spoken familiar words in simple sentences To explore other subject areas (Geography); to 8 I talk about endangered animals; to make a I | poster for the protection of the rainforests.



Lesson plan

Planned timings

Teacher's actions

Pupils` actions

Assessment

Resources

10

minutes


ORGANISATION MOMENT:

Teacher greets students



Students respond to greeting and take their places



-


20

minutes


MAIN PART

Step 1 What animal am I? Read and write.

Explain the activity. The pupils look at the pictures, read the sentences and say the names of the animals. Allow the pupils some time to complete the activity. Check their answers

Answer key

rhino 3 dolphin 5 panda

gorilla 4 polar bear

Then individual pupils read out the texts.

Step 2 Listen and read. Then act out similar dialogues. (Track 24 CD2)

Refer the pupils to the dialogue. Play the CD.The pupils listen and follow along. Pause the CD for the pupils to repeat, chorally and/or individually. Refer the pupils to the pictures and elicit the names of the animals and what the pupils know about them. Read aloud the fact files.The pupils, in pairs, act out similar dialogues using the information in the fact files. Go around the classroom providing any necessary help. Ask some pairs to come to the front of the classroom and act out their dialogues. If you wish, write the following on the board so the pupils can refer to it while they are completing the activity.

A: Look at these amazing .... Where do ... live?

B: They live in .... Did you know they are in danger? A: Really? Why?

B: Because....

A: That's a shame. We must do something to protect them!

Suggested answer key

A: Look at these amazing chimpanzees. Where do chimpanzees live?

B: They live in the jungle. Did you know they are in danger?

A: Really? Why?

B: Because people hunt them or sell them as pets. A: That's a shame. We must do something to protect them!

Read and circle. Then listen and check. (Track 25 CD2)

Explain the activity. Go through the sentences and elicit/explain any unknown words. Play the CD. The pupils listen and circle the correct words. Check their answers.

AUDIOSCRIPT

So that was the news at five o'clock. Anyway, I hope you are all listening because here are some rainforest facts.

More than 50% of the world's animals live in rainforests. That's a lot!

There aren't any rainforests in Antarctica because it's always very cold.

The largest rainforest is the Amazon rainforest in South America.

Rainforests give us oxygen. That's why we must protect them.

Today, rainforests are slowly getting smaller because people are cutting down the trees.

We must save our rainforests...

Answer key

cold 4 oxygen

South America 5 smaller


the pupils some time to complete the activity.








the pupils to the dialogue



















Formative assessment


(Track 10 CD2)

Pupils book p 88








Pupils book p 89


10

minutes

ENDING THE LESSON:

Well what did we do in our lesson?

- Evaluation of the lesson

Give the home task

Sing a Good bye song





Children sing a Good bye song


Feedback


https://www.youtube. com/watch?v= Xcws7UWWDEs






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Дата: 24.05.2021

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