Дидактический материал: презентация, карточки с заданиями и вопросами
Staged lesson plan
Lesson focus: reading, speaking
Topic: Where is it better for animals to live?
Lesson aim: By the end of the lesson the students will improve their ability to read for detail and to speak on the topic
Aids: scripts, Student’s Book « Enjoy English 6» (БиболетоваМ.З.), students’ presentations, slides, handouts
Lesson stage/ Time interaction
1)to revise and consolidate the vocabulary
Slide 1 T. asks SS to look at the photos and name the animals.(Slide 1) Then characterize the animals using adjectives(SS name the adjectives in turn one after another: exotic, wild, dangerous, kind, ets.) Say what can people do with animals( take care of, feed, study, watch, protect, etc.) Why do you think I’ve put all these animals together? (They are endangered animals)
Teacher asks ss to listen to the presentations of the students.
1 Siberian leopard- А.Gladkova
2 Red wolf- V.Lyadova
3 Panda- M.Zaitheva
4 koala- V.Kylosova
To set the scene for the lesson
T asks SS where can endangered and other animals live? SS: in zoos, in the wildlife. T: There is one more place where animals can live- a wildlife park. Today we’ll learn about it and decide where it is better for animals to live
Pre- teach vocabulary
3 min. T.-SSSS
To teach ss to pronounce the words they meet in the text; get ss ready for reading
T asks SS to listen, to repeat and to read the words (on the blackboard)
The natural world
To save endangered animals
To study the effects
At a set time
The effects of human activity
Reading for gist
To give SS practice in reading for gist
Ex. 31 p. 55
Read and say what people can do at the Whipsnade wildlife park
Reading for detail
S, SS, T-SS
To provide SS with practice in reading for detail
T. asks ss to read the text again and complete the task on handouts with True/ False sentences. (pril 1)
Pair check and then T. does a plenary check.
10 min. SSSS
T gives SS questions for discussion (pril. 2)
Then the members of the groups ask and answer questions.
What is better for animals: to live in the zoo, in the wildlife or in the wildlife park? SS: in the wildlife ( slide 2)
T: There is a nice poem ‘My Dream’ Listen to it and say : Does it prove your opinion? (slide 3)
1 min. T-SS
To provide SS with further practice on the topic
Ex. 35 p. 56 Read the text and write out what you can do to help save endangered animals
T asks SS what was difficult or easy for them at the lesson, T praises SS for their work
At Whipsnade you can learn about the lives of domestic animals.
Scientists study the effects of human activities on the natural world.
There is a children’s farm and a wolf wood at Whipsnade.
The keepers of the park introduce animals around the park at any time.
Animals live in cages in the park.
Discuss the following questions
What is the difference between a zoo and a wildlife park?
Why do people keep animals in zoos and parks?
Do you think you can learn more about animals in zoos or in wildlife parks?
Why do the rules of the park say that you can’t take your pets with you?