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Unit 5: Health and body

School: Rodinskaya Secondary School. Arkalyk

Date:

Teacher name: Anuarbekova A.A.

Class:2

Number present:

absent:

Theme of the lesson: Our body

Learning objectives that this lesson is contributing to

2.R1 read and spell out words for others

2.S3 use a limited range of basic words, phrases and short sentences to describe objects, activities and classroom routines

2.L1 understand a range of short basic supported classroom instructions

2.UE6 use demonstrative pronouns this, these, that, those to make and respond to requests for information

Lesson objectives

All learners will be able to:

  • Recognize 10 words of body parts: a head, a hair, an eye, an ear, nose, a mouth, a shoulder, a hand, a leg, a knee.
  • pronounce classroom routines intelligibly

Most learners will be able to:

  • Name 10 words of body parts: a head, a hair, an eye, an ear, nose, a mouth, a shoulder, a hand, a leg, a knee.
  • Demonstrate classroom routines understanding

Some learners will be able to: 

  • Name 10 words of body parts: a head, a hair, an eye, an ear, nose, a mouth, a shoulder, a hand, a leg, a knee.
  • Use all demonstrative pronouns to make requests: this, these, that, those

Assessment criteria

. Learners have met this learning objective if they can: 

- recognize, name the new vocabulary correctly: a head, a hair, an         eye, an ear, nose, a mouth, a shoulder, a hand, a leg, a knee.

- use demonstrative pronouns to respond requests: this/ that, these,   /those

- understand classroom routines

Values links

Learners will work together as a group showing respect and being polite with each other; Health care.

Cross-curricular links

Biology

Previous learning

 Letters and sounds.

Plan

Planned timings

Planned activities

Resources

Beginning

0-5 min

Organization moment

– Good morning, pupils!

– Good morning, teacher.

– I’m glad to see you.

– We are glad to see you too.

– How are you?

– We are fine, thank you.

– Sit down.

Warming up

Stand up and look around
Shake your head and turn around
Stamp your feet upon the ground
Clap you hands and then sit down

Slide 1

Middle

6-10 min

11-17 min

18-22 min

23-27 min

28-30 min

31-35 min

36-40 min

Determination the theme of the lesson.

  Look at the blackboard, please. You can see some pictures there. Can you guess what we are going to talk about?

     (The teacher draws the students' attention to pictures (on the topic "Parts of the body"), hung in advance on the board, and invites them to guess the topic of the lesson.)

       Guys, today we will talk about parts of the body. The topic is very interesting, there are a lot of words in it, you need to teach them. what for? (The children answer the question.)

       That's right! At first, knowledge of body parts can be useful for describing people. Remember our poem for a physical education about Willy, who cries, because he may have something hurts.

Phonetic drill

T.: Listen to me and repeat after me.

Why do you cry, Willy?
Why do you cry?
Why, Willy? Why? Willy?
Why, Willy? Why?

Introduction to new words on the topic "Parts of the body"

     The teacher introduces new words on the topic "Parts of the body." Students will repeat new words for the speaker and read them in pairs

 And now, let’s remember parts of the body. Put the words in two column.

(Students are distribute  words in two columns: head and body).

   Words: a head, a hair, an eye, an ear, nose, a mouth, a shoulder, a hand, a leg, a knee.

      Formative assessment. Speaking.

Now, it’s time to speak about parts of the body.

(Students finish the statements orally).

What do we do with?

We smell with our _______, (nose)
We see with our _________, (eyes)
We eat with our ________ (mouth)
Tasty puddings and pies.

With ____ and _____ we walk, (legs) (feet)
With ____and ______ we talk, (lips) (tongue)
And with our ________ (ears)
We can hear.

   Game “Draw the man”.

Let’s play game! You must use parts of the body and draw the man.

(Students of the two groups alternately each student gives an assignment to the opponent to draw on the board some part of the body, then a presentation is used for verification).

Student 1: “Draw the hands”.

Student 2: “Draw the (two ) legs”. etc.

  Show me your …., please.

 (a head, a body, a hand,  an arm, a leg,  a knee, fingers, toes, a face, an ear, two ears, an eye, two eyes, a nose, a mouth).

Differenciation:

The children memorize the vocabulary and make up sentences using grammar.

For low- motivated pupils: make up sentences using only pictures part of the body with this/that; these/those.

Middle-motivated pupils: make up sentences using cards and some of the demonstrative pronouns this/that; these/those

Hihg-motivated pupils: make up sentences without any support by  using all vocabulary and all demonstrative pronouns.      

    Dynamic   break

   Are you tired? Let’s have a rest! Stand up, please. Let's sing a song all together. "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes"

Formative assessment.

Make up sentences about parts of the body using demonstrative pronouns this/that; these/those

Example: This is a mouth and that is nose.

These are eyes and those are ears.

pictures Slide 2 "Parts of the body

Slides 3-17 http://www.dreamenglish.com/flashcards/bodyparts.pdf

Slides 18

Slides 19

Poster and marker

http://mypersonal-site.ucoz.ru/load/0-0-0-11-20

End

41-45 min

Reflection

Home task: learn the body parts and spelling

T.: Well, children. We have done a lot today! Do you like our lesson today? What do you like? What don't you like?

(Each pupil gets the sticker an write what they like today and what don’t like  then put them on the door.)

the bag – you need the information

the mincing machine – you need time to think over the information

rubbish bin – you don’t need the information

Teacher: Thank you.

The lesson is over.

Good bye, children!

Additional information

Differentiation – how do you plan to give more support? How do you plan to challenge the more able learners?                     Middle 28-30 min.

For low- motivated pupils: make up sentences using only pictures part of the body with this/that; these/those.

Middle-motivated pupils: make up sentences using cards and some of the demonstrative pronouns this/that; these/those

Hihg-motivated pupils: make up sentences without any support by  using all vocabulary and all demonstrative pronouns.  

Assessment – how are you planning to check learners’ learning?

Monitoring

Checking the task

Middle 36-40 min.

Feedback on the work

Health and safety check

Dynamic break  31-35 min.

Reflection

Were the lesson objectives/learning objectives realistic?

What did the learners learn today?

What was the learning atmosphere like?

Did my planned differentiation work well?

Did I stick to timings? What changes did I make from my plan and why?

Summary evaluation

What two things went really well (consider both teaching and learning)?

1:

2:

What two things would have improved the lesson (consider both teaching and learning)?

1:

2:

What have I learned from this lesson about the class or individuals that will inform my next lesson?

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Long-term plan

Unit 5: Health and body


School: Rodinskaya Secondary School. Arkalyk



Date:




Teacher name: Anuarbekova A.A.


Class:2


Number present:


absent:


Theme of the lesson: Our body


Learning objectives that this lesson is contributing to


2.R1 read and spell out words for others

2.S3 use a limited range of basic words, phrases and short sentences to describe objects, activities and classroom routines

2.L1 understand a range of short basic supported classroom instructions

2.UE6 use demonstrative pronouns this, these, that, those to make and respond to requests for information

Lesson objectives


All learners will be able to:

  • Recognize 10 words of body parts: a head, a hair, an eye, an ear, nose, a mouth, a shoulder, a hand, a leg, a knee.

  • pronounce classroom routines intelligibly

Most learners will be able to:

  • Name 10 words of body parts: a head, a hair, an eye, an ear, nose, a mouth, a shoulder, a hand, a leg, a knee.

  • Demonstrate classroom routines understanding

Some learners will be able to:

  • Name 10 words of body parts: a head, a hair, an eye, an ear, nose, a mouth, a shoulder, a hand, a leg, a knee.

  • Use all demonstrative pronouns to make requests: this, these, that, those

Assessment criteria

. Learners have met this learning objective if they can:

- recognize, name the new vocabulary correctly: a head, a hair, an eye, an ear, nose, a mouth, a shoulder, a hand, a leg, a knee.

- use demonstrative pronouns to respond requests: this/ that, these, /those

- understand classroom routines


Values links

Learners will work together as a group showing respect and being polite with each other; Health care.

Cross-curricular links

Biology

Previous learning



Letters and sounds.

Plan


Planned timings


Planned activities


Resources

Beginning

0-5 min


Organization moment

– Good morning, pupils!

– Good morning, teacher.

– I’m glad to see you.

– We are glad to see you too.

– How are you?

– We are fine, thank you.

– Sit down.


Warming up

Stand up and look around
Shake your head and turn around
Stamp your feet upon the ground
Clap you hands and then sit down















Slide 1


Middle

6-10 min



























11-17 min



















18-22 min



















23-27 min

























28-30 min



















31-35 min







36-40 min












Determination the theme of the lesson.

Look at the blackboard, please. You can see some pictures there. Can you guess what we are going to talk about?

(The teacher draws the students' attention to pictures (on the topic "Parts of the body"), hung in advance on the board, and invites them to guess the topic of the lesson.)

Guys, today we will talk about parts of the body. The topic is very interesting, there are a lot of words in it, you need to teach them. what for? (The children answer the question.)

That's right! At first, knowledge of body parts can be useful for describing people. Remember our poem for a physical education about Willy, who cries, because he may have something hurts.


Phonetic drill

T.: Listen to me and repeat after me.

Why do you cry, Willy?
Why do you cry?
Why, Willy? Why? Willy?
Why, Willy? Why?


Introduction to new words on the topic "Parts of the body"

The teacher introduces new words on the topic "Parts of the body." Students will repeat new words for the speaker and read them in pairs

And now, let’s remember parts of the body. Put the words in two column.

(Students are distribute words in two columns: head and body).

Words: a head, a hair, an eye, an ear, nose, a mouth, a shoulder, a hand, a leg, a knee.

Formative assessment. Speaking.

Now, it’s time to speak about parts of the body.

(Students finish the statements orally).

What do we do with?

We smell with our _______, (nose)
We see with our _________, (eyes)
We eat with our ________ (mouth)
Tasty puddings and pies.

With ____ and _____ we walk, (legs) (feet)
With ____and ______ we talk, (lips) (tongue)
And with our ________ (ears)
We can hear.

Game “Draw the man”.

Let’s play game! You must use parts of the body and draw the man.

(Students of the two groups alternately each student gives an assignment to the opponent to draw on the board some part of the body, then a presentation is used for verification).

Student 1: “Draw the hands”.

Student 2: “Draw the (two ) legs”. etc.

Show me your ….., please.

 (a head, a body, a hand,  an arm, a leg,  a knee, fingers, toes, a face, an ear , two ears, an eye, two eyes, a nose, a mouth).



Differenciation:

The children memorize the vocabulary and make up sentences using grammar.

For low- motivated pupils: make up sentences using only pictures part of the body with this/that; these/those.

Middle-motivated pupils: make up sentences using cards and some of the demonstrative pronouns this/that; these/those

Hihg-motivated pupils: make up sentences without any support by using all vocabulary and all demonstrative pronouns.

Dynamic break

Are you tired? Let’s have a rest! Stand up, please. Let's sing a song all together. "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes"

Formative assessment.

Make up sentences about parts of the body using demonstrative pronouns this/that; these/those

Example: This is a mouth and that is nose.

These are eyes and those are ears.





Рictures Slide 2 "Parts of the body




















Slides 3-17 http://www.dreamenglish.com/flashcards/bodyparts.pdf



Slides 18







Slides 19















Poster and marker



































http://mypersonal-site.ucoz.ru/load/0-0-0-11-20

















End

41-45 min


Reflection

Home task: learn the body parts and spelling

T.: Well, children. We have done a lot today! Do you like our lesson today? What do you like? What don't you like?

(Each pupil gets the sticker an write what they like today and what don’t like then put them on the door.)

the bag – you need the information



the mincing machine – you need time to think over the information

rubbish bin – you don’t need the information

Teacher: Thank you.

The lesson is over.

Good bye, children!








Additional information


Differentiation – how do you plan to give more support? How do you plan to challenge the more able learners? Middle 28-30 min.

For low- motivated pupils: make up sentences using only pictures part of the body with this/that; these/those.

Middle-motivated pupils: make up sentences using cards and some of the demonstrative pronouns this/that; these/those

Hihg-motivated pupils: make up sentences without any support by using all vocabulary and all demonstrative pronouns.




Assessment – how are you planning to check learners’ learning?


Monitoring

Checking the task

Middle 36-40 min.

Feedback on the work

Health and safety check


Dynamic break 31-35 min.

Reflection


Were the lesson objectives/learning objectives realistic?

What did the learners learn today?


What was the learning atmosphere like?


Did my planned differentiation work well?


Did I stick to timings? What changes did I make from my plan and why?





Summary evaluation


What two things went really well (consider both teaching and learning)?

1:

2:



What two things would have improved the lesson (consider both teaching and learning)?

1:

2:


What have I learned from this lesson about the class or individuals that will inform my next lesson?









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Дата: 24.10.2017

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