The theme: Clothes and fashion
The type of lesson: summary lesson
Equipment: interactive board ( Program - Activstudio), computer; sound record of the text, cards with the task for listening; sound record of the song; cards with the words for the dialogues
1. Summarizing the knowledge on the theme “Clothes”;
2. Checking the vocabulary knowledge on the theme “Clothes”;
3. Reviewing some grammatical points (degrees of comparison of adjectives, the Future Indefinite Tense);
1. Developing speaking skills;
2. Developing listening skills;
3. Developing writing skills;
4. Developing thinking, attention, imagination, skills of working with the interactive board;
Brining up aims:
1. Promoting interest in the English language;
2. Promoting interest in the national Kazakh culture;
3. Training skill of listening to interlocutors, ability to work in group, ability to cooperate;
4. Training aesthetic style.
Good morning, boys and girls! I’m glad to see you. Sit down, please.
We begin our lesson and I want you to answer my questions at first.
1) What’s the date today?
2) What day of the week is it today?
3) What is the weather like today?
4) What is the theme of our lesson?
Good morning, teacher!
We are glad to see you too.
1) Today is the 24th of November.
2) It is Wednesday.
3) It is cold and (sunny, frosty…)
4) Our theme is Clothes and Fashion.
b) Home work and the aims of a lesson.
At the beginning of our lesson I want you to write down your home task. You will make the crossword on the theme “Clothes”. Then you’ll review the grammatical rule “The future indefinite tense” to prepare for the control work.
So, we are going to review the whole material on the theme “Clothes” at the lesson today.
Students write their home task.
II) Revision of the lexical and grammatical material.
1) Speech drill.
Degrees of comparison of adjectives.
Look at the blackboard, please. You can see some pictures. Compare them.
Students compare the parts of the clothes, using the degrees of comparison of adjectives.
Ex: The first skirt is short. The second skirt is longer than the first one. The third skirt is the longest….
2) Lexical and grammatical exercises (with the help of the interactive board)
a)Now let’s see how you know the words. Your first task is to match the words and the pictures, and make up the sentence, using the Future Indefinite Tense.
Students go to the blackboard and pull the word to the right picture. They also make up the sentence in Future.
Ex: I shall put on a beautiful skirt tomorrow. My mother will not buy new gloves. Will you wear this jacket next year?.
b) Very good!
Children, where do we live?
You know that every nation has its own culture, traditions, and national clothes.
Your next task is to guess the crossword. We’ll see if you remember the Kazakh national clothes.
Well done! You all know the national clothes of our country.
We live in Kazakhstan.
Students go to the blackboard and write the words into the crossword (they explain the meaning of the words).
Ex: Shalbar means “the Kazakh men’s trousers”….
III) Relaxation minute.
Now it’s time to have a rest. Do you remember the song about the kittens’ clothes? Let’s sing it all together.
Students sing the song.
The song “The kittens’ clothes”
IV) Checking up the home work. Listening.
At home you learnt to spell some words. Let’s check up. I’ll give you the card with the text. You have to listen to the text and complete the missing words.
But before you listen to let’s look at the blackboard and read the proverb.
Can you translate it? (Everything is good in its season)
That’s right. You may speak Russian now. Explain this proverb.
Now listen to the text and complete the missing words. Don’t forget to put your name.
Lera, gather the cards, please.
Students read the proverb and give the variants of translation.
Students explain the meaning of the proverb.
Students listen to the text and fill the gaps.
Appendix 7 (method curtain,)
Sound record of the text, cards with the task
V) Dialogical speech.
Well, boys and girls, clothes have great meaning in our life. But the other people like or don’t like our clothes. Do you agree?
Look at the pictures now. I’ll divide you into two groups. The first picture is for the first group. The second picture is for the second group. You must make up the dialogue using the card with the words. These words will help you. You have two minutes.
Students make up the dialogues in groups. Then two students from each group come up to the blackboard and tell the dialogues.
Cards with the words
VI) Oral speech “Fashion”
Well, you see that tastes differ. There are different types of clothes. And we should know what to wear at different places (at the party, for example, or at school).
Now look at the blackboard, please. Your task is to choose the right clothes for Ann.
Listen to my questions.
1) What will Ann put on to go to a disco?
2) What will Ann put on to go for a walk with her friends? Pay attention that it is raining.
3) What will Ann put on to go to the New Year’s Party?
4) What will Ann wear on her birthday?
5) What will Ann put on to go to the meeting with her boyfriend?
6) Children, may we wear these types of clothes at school? Why?
Look at the pictures and choose the right school form.
Students go to the blackboard and choose the right type of clothes for the doll. And tell what she will wear at different places.
Ex: Ann will put on a beautiful blue dress to go the New Year’s Party….
No…. The second picture is the right school form.
VII) Lesson summarizing.
Ok., girls and boys, you have worked well today. We were speaking about clothes and fashion. And every one of you has your favorite clothes. But before you say about it let us summarize our knowledge on the theme.
1) What can you wear on your head / feet / hands?
2) What do you wear when it’s cold / warm?
3) What kind of Kazakh clothes do you know?
4) What are your favorite clothes?
Thank you for your work. You all have the marks today. The first mark is five. (or five / four) The second mark is for your listening.
Students answer the questions.
Now look at the blackboard, take the testers and choose the answer.
1) Did you like the lesson?
2) Was everything clear for you?
The lesson is over. Good bye!
Good bye, teacher!
Slide 7. Method – pulling
Clues: 1) skullcap 2) shalbar 3) camisole 4) tymak 5) shapan 6) kishemek 7) saukele
Slide 10. Method – curtain.
Fill in the missing words.
Clothes and fashion.
Fashion has important role in our life. We all have different……. at home. When it is warm we wear……. and shorts, light …….and skirts, sport ……., socks and sandals. When it is cold people usually put on warm clothes: jeans and………., sweaters and ………., caps and overcoats, high boots, mittens and………..
The proverb says: everything is good in its season. When you think what to wear, choose the right …………. Think what is good at the sport ground and what is good at the party and why a long ……. looks beautiful on a woman but is funny on a little girl. When you buy clothes, ……them…… , make sure that they are your ………., that they suit you well and that you like their colour.
Clues: 1) clothes 2) T-shirts 3) blouses 4) shoes 5) trousers 6) jackets 7) gloves 8) dress 9) dress 10) try on 11) size
Card #1. to look great; party dress; beautiful; to suit you.
Card #2. to look terrible; not to suit you; to change; tastes differ.
Slide 13. (method-pulling)
1) Did you like the lesson?
c) not very
2) Was everything clear for you?
c) not everything