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I. Тема занятия_         My House

                                                                    Types of syllabus. (Vowels)

                                                                   Pronouns (personal and possessive).

                                                                         Construction There is, There are

 

 

Тип и вид занятия                              формирование и закрепление знаний

 

  1. / Цель занятия:

-          Закрепить  грамматический  материал по теме множественное число существительных.

-          Обобщение и систематизирование знания учащихся по теме “My House” и уметь употреблять грамматические конструкции в речи.

 

 2. Задачи

а) обучающие  

- научить обучающихся употреблять знакомые лексические единицы во множественном числе; активизировать употребление лексики предыдущих уроков; практиковать обучающихся в устной речи;

- Развитие навыков говорения, аудирования, чтения, письма по теме: “My hose’’, правильное использование грамматических конструкций, наречий

        

?) /воспитательные Создание условий для формирования ясных представлений учащегося о дне рождении.  

      

б)развивающие Развитие мотивации к изучению иностранного языка, навыка языковой догадки, интеллекта, памяти, совершенствования внимания.

 ІІ. 

     Ожидаемые результаты:

   а) должны знать

Учашиеся должны знать  теоретический и грамматический материал, понимать информацию по новой теме, предъявленную в нормальном темпе английской речи.

?) должны уметь

Учашиеся должны уметь изложить свои мысли использую новую лексику использую пройденную грамматику.

б) должны владеть

Учашиеся должны приобрести навыки устной речи с использованием грамматического оборота

 

I. Organizing moment.

Greeting.

Teacher: The bell has gone, children. Get ready for the lesson. Stand up please. Good morning, dear girls and boys! I am glad to see you. Sit down, please. How are you? Do you like weather today? The weather is fine. It is bright and sunny.

 

- Who is absent?

- What date is it today?

- Let’s meet each other

2. Announcing the aim of the lesson.

- Good morning boys and girls! Today we have a final lesson on the topic “My house”. We are going to revise the words on the topic, grammar construction “there is\ are”, prepositions of place and many other things. There will be lots of interesting activities in our lesson today. Are you ready to start?

II  Checking the Homework

 

III. Phonetical Drill

Repeat after me all together:

– There’s no place like home;
– East or west – home is best;
– My home is my castle.

Do you know, boys and girls, what these expressions mean? (Презентация. Слайд 1.)

 

1. Now look at the screen and name the house words. (Слайд 2.)

Фронтальная работа с классом.

Good, you remember words on this topic pretty well, let’s do the following activity:

2. Name the rooms and types of houses. (Слайд 3). Фронтальная работа.

Учащиеся проверяют правильность ответов с помощью эффектов анимации.

Далее учащиеся выполняют лексическое упражнение , направленное на поиск лишнего слова в лексическом ряду. (Слайд 4.)

I GRAMMAR

1. Lexica-grammatical exercises, for developing speaking skills.

It’s impossible to speak about the room or the house without prepositions. Look at the board and tell me where the things are. (Ребята отвечают где находятся различные предметы на картинке. Желательно построить целое предложение, для более слабых детей достаточно составить словосочетание с правильным предлогом.)

Now, please, look at the board (Слайд 5). Answer teacher’s questions using prepositions of place and then compose your own questions.

2. Using prepositions of place.

Very good, pupils. Let’s do our next activity. Look at the next slide. (Слайд 6.)

You can see different prepositions of place here. Take your activity papers and fill in the correct prepositions (индивидуальная работа).

Very well, let’s check your answers. (Слайд 7.)

3. Explanation new grammar material

Well you know, when we speak about our flats and houses we usually use there is/there are. In question sentences we use Is there/are there. (Слайд 8.)

A new rule:

“Some” in positive sentences we change into “any” in negative or question sentences.

Look at some new words and use them.

Now let’s check your answers. (Слайд 9.)

4. Монологическая речь с использованием новых грамматических явлений с опорой на картинку.

Now try to describe the room on the next slide using there is, there are, a, some and other words. Make up as many sentences as you can (Слайд 10). Сначала высказываются более сильные ребята, затем ребята послабее. Можно разыграть это упражнение по цепочке, в конце останется сказать, что еще не было перечислено. Необходимо высказываться полным предложением.

Very good.

II LEXICAL MATERIAL

3. Developing reading and speaking comprehensions.

 

Oral exercices  text ‘My House is my Castle

My Home Is My Castle

House is essential for man's life. A house serves as a shelter and a place to satisfy all our needs: we sleep, eat, hide ourselves from bad weather, store personal property, work and rest there. So we want not just a house but a home. So what is the difference between a house and a home? It is considered that the place where you live is your home whatever type of house it is. British speakers often say that your home is the place where you belong and feel comfortable, so it is more than just a house. Some people think of home in terms of where they grew up or where they lived. For them it is a place that brings back old memories or feelings. The state of a person's home can physiologically influence his or her behavior, emotions, and mental health. Some people may become homesick when they are separated from their home environment.

There are a lot of proverbs and sayings supporting the importance of home to a person: East or West, home is best; There is no place like home; My house is my fortress; Home, sweet home; Home is where the heart is; Home is home, though it be never so homely; Dry bread at home is better than roast meat abroad and many others. Such sayings exist in any language and in any culture. Houses differ from one culture to another, depending on the world outlook of a certain community, which has its roots in the religion of a nation, its traditions and historic heritage. That is why there are so many types of houses and ways of life in the world. There are certain cultures in which members lack permanent homes, such as with nomadic people.

A person's home can tell us what culture he belongs to, because consciously or unconsciously, one usually keeps to one's native traditions, though it is rather difficult to do so in the modern world, especially in the city.

An Englishman's motto is 'My home is my castle.' A house doesn't only ensure privacy or give a sense of stability and security, but it is also a status symbol. A big and expensive house means that its owner is a very successful person. There are different types of houses in Britain. For example, a terraced house is a house joined to a row of other houses. A semi-detached house is joined to another house. The British dream of living in a detached house (which means a separate building) though having a detached house is much more expensive than a semi-detached or a terraced one. A cottage is a small, usually old house, typically in a rural, or semi-rural location. A bungalow is a fairly modern house built on only one level. Most people don't like blocks of flats, because they don't suit British attitudes and don't give people enough privacy. Besides many blocks of flats are badly built and are associated with poverty and crime.

Nowadays some people prefer living in a houseboat. It is a boat designed to be used as a human dwelling. In the United Kingdom, canal narrowboats are used as homes and also as mobile, rented, holiday accommodation. Over 15,000 people live afloat in Great Britain. They are found throughout the canals, rivers and coasts; in cities, in the country and in harbours. Some cruise continuously, some are permanently moored and the others mix cruising and mooring. Many people find houseboats very attractive because they can stay in one area for a few weeks or months and than move somewhere else. It helps them feel closer to Nature and escape from everyday problems of life ashore.

While travelling many people use a travel trailer or a caravan which is towed behind a road vehicle. It is much more comfortable than a tent and it gives travellers the opportunity not to spend their money on a motel or hotel. There are travel trailers and caravans of various types. They may be little more than a tent on wheels or they may contain several rooms with furniture and equipment. Travel trailers are especially popular in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

A house can say much about its inhabitants: their way of life, tastes, financial position, etc. No matter what type of house a person has, he should feel comfortable there. As a rule one's house is associated with one's family. Living under one roof people become closer and begin to understand each other better. So we can say that a house unites and for every person his house is a small Universe, a sacred place where love, friendship, mutual understanding and mutual respect reign.
 

 

- Retell the text ‘My House is my Castle’

V. The conclusion of the lesson. 

T- Today we worked very well. You were active and work very well. I announce your marks

Thank you for your  good work.

The lesson is over.. See you soon.

                                                                                                                          

 

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I. Сабақтың тақырыбы/ Тема занятия_ My House

Types of syllabus. (Vowels)

Pronouns (personal and possessive).

Construction There is, There are



Сабақтың түрі және типі /

Тип и вид занятия формирование и закрепление знаний


  1. Сабақтың мақсаты / Цель занятия:

  • Закрепить грамматический материал по теме множественное число существительных.

  • Обобщение и систематизирование знания учащихся по теме “My House” и уметь употреблять грамматические конструкции в речи.


2. Міндеттері/Задачи

а) Білімдік/обучающие

- научить обучающихся употреблять знакомые лексические единицы во множественном числе; активизировать употребление лексики предыдущих уроков; практиковать обучающихся в устной речи;

- Развитие навыков говорения, аудирования, чтения, письма по теме: “My hose’’, правильное использование грамматических конструкций, наречий

ә) Тәрбиелік/воспитательные Создание условий для формирования ясных представлений учащегося о дне рождении.

б) Дамытушылық/развивающие Развитие мотивации к изучению иностранного языка, навыка языковой догадки, интеллекта, памяти, совершенствования внимания.

ІІ. Күтілетін нәтиже.

Ожидаемые результаты:

а) оқушылар білуі тиіс/должны знать

Учашиеся должны знать теоретический и грамматический материал, понимать информацию по новой теме, предъявленную в нормальном темпе английской речи.

ә) оқушылар игеруі керек/должны уметь

Учашиеся должны уметь изложить свои мысли использую новую лексику использую пройденную грамматику.

б) оқушылар меңгеруі керек/должны владеть

Учашиеся должны приобрести навыки устной речи с использованием грамматического оборота



I. Organizing moment.

Greeting.

Teacher: The bell has gone, children. Get ready for the lesson. Stand up please. Good morning, dear girls and boys! I am glad to see you. Sit down, please. How are you? Do you like weather today? The weather is fine. It is bright and sunny.



- Who is absent?

- What date is it today?

- Let’s meet each other

2. Announcing the aim of the lesson.

- Good morning boys and girls! Today we have a final lesson on the topic “My house”. We are going to revise the words on the topic, grammar construction “there is\ are”, prepositions of place and many other things. There will be lots of interesting activities in our lesson today. Are you ready to start?

II Checking the Homework



III. Phonetical Drill

Repeat after me all together:

– There’s no place like home;
– East or west – home is best;
– My home is my castle.

Do you know, boys and girls, what these expressions mean? (Презентация. Слайд 1.)

 

1. Now look at the screen and name the house words. (Слайд 2.)

Фронтальная работа с классом.

Good, you remember words on this topic pretty well, let’s do the following activity:

2. Name the rooms and types of houses. (Слайд 3). Фронтальная работа.

Учащиеся проверяют правильность ответов с помощью эффектов анимации.

Далее учащиеся выполняют лексическое упражнение , направленное на поиск лишнего слова в лексическом ряду. (Слайд 4.)

I GRAMMAR

1. Lexica-grammatical exercises, for developing speaking skills.

It’s impossible to speak about the room or the house without prepositions. Look at the board and tell me where the things are. (Ребята отвечают где находятся различные предметы на картинке. Желательно построить целое предложение, для более слабых детей достаточно составить словосочетание с правильным предлогом.)

Now, please, look at the board (Слайд 5). Answer teacher’s questions using prepositions of place and then compose your own questions.

2. Using prepositions of place.

Very good, pupils. Let’s do our next activity. Look at the next slide. (Слайд 6.)

You can see different prepositions of place here. Take your activity papers and fill in the correct prepositions (индивидуальная работа).

Very well, let’s check your answers. (Слайд 7.)

3. Explanation new grammar material

Well you know, when we speak about our flats and houses we usually use there is/there are. In question sentences we use Is there/are there. (Слайд 8.)

A new rule:

“Some” in positive sentences we change into “any” in negative or question sentences.

Look at some new words and use them.

Now let’s check your answers. (Слайд 9.)

4. Монологическая речь с использованием новых грамматических явлений с опорой на картинку.

Now try to describe the room on the next slide using there is, there are, a, some and other words. Make up as many sentences as you can (Слайд 10). Сначала высказываются более сильные ребята, затем ребята послабее. Можно разыграть это упражнение по цепочке, в конце останется сказать, что еще не было перечислено. Необходимо высказываться полным предложением.

Very good.

II LEXICAL MATERIAL

3. Developing reading and speaking comprehensions.



Oral exercices text ‘My House is my Castle

My Home Is My Castle

House is essential for man's life. A house serves as a shelter and a place to satisfy all our needs: we sleep, eat, hide ourselves from bad weather, store personal property, work and rest there. So we want not just a house but a home. So what is the difference between a house and a home? It is considered that the place where you live is your home whatever type of house it is. British speakers often say that your home is the place where you belong and feel comfortable, so it is more than just a house. Some people think of home in terms of where they grew up or where they lived. For them it is a place that brings back old memories or feelings. The state of a person's home can physiologically influence his or her behavior, emotions, and mental health. Some people may become homesick when they are separated from their home environment.

There are a lot of proverbs and sayings supporting the importance of home to a person: East or West, home is best; There is no place like home; My house is my fortress; Home, sweet home; Home is where the heart is; Home is home, though it be never so homely; Dry bread at home is better than roast meat abroad and many others. Such sayings exist in any language and in any culture. Houses differ from one culture to another, depending on the world outlook of a certain community, which has its roots in the religion of a nation, its traditions and historic heritage. That is why there are so many types of houses and ways of life in the world. There are certain cultures in which members lack permanent homes, such as with nomadic people.

A person's home can tell us what culture he belongs to, because consciously or unconsciously, one usually keeps to one's native traditions, though it is rather difficult to do so in the modern world, especially in the city.

An Englishman's motto is 'My home is my castle.' A house doesn't only ensure privacy or give a sense of stability and security, but it is also a status symbol. A big and expensive house means that its owner is a very successful person. There are different types of houses in Britain. For example, a terraced house is a house joined to a row of other houses. A semi-detached house is joined to another house. The British dream of living in a detached house (which means a separate building) though having a detached house is much more expensive than a semi-detached or a terraced one. A cottage is a small, usually old house, typically in a rural, or semi-rural location. A bungalow is a fairly modern house built on only one level. Most people don't like blocks of flats, because they don't suit British attitudes and don't give people enough privacy. Besides many blocks of flats are badly built and are associated with poverty and crime.

Nowadays some people prefer living in a houseboat. It is a boat designed to be used as a human dwelling. In the United Kingdom, canal narrowboats are used as homes and also as mobile, rented, holiday accommodation. Over 15,000 people live afloat in Great Britain. They are found throughout the canals, rivers and coasts; in cities, in the country and in harbours. Some cruise continuously, some are permanently moored and the others mix cruising and mooring. Many people find houseboats very attractive because they can stay in one area for a few weeks or months and than move somewhere else. It helps them feel closer to Nature and escape from everyday problems of life ashore.

While travelling many people use a travel trailer or a caravan which is towed behind a road vehicle. It is much more comfortable than a tent and it gives travellers the opportunity not to spend their money on a motel or hotel. There are travel trailers and caravans of various types. They may be little more than a tent on wheels or they may contain several rooms with furniture and equipment. Travel trailers are especially popular in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

A house can say much about its inhabitants: their way of life, tastes, financial position, etc. No matter what type of house a person has, he should feel comfortable there. As a rule one's house is associated with one's family. Living under one roof people become closer and begin to understand each other better. So we can say that a house unites and for every person his house is a small Universe, a sacred place where love, friendship, mutual understanding and mutual respect reign.
 

 TASKS
1. Complete each sentence (A—H) with one of the endings (1—8):
A. British speakers often say that your home is
B. The state of a person's home can
C. A house doesn't only ensure privacy or give a sense of stability and security, but it is also
D. Most people don't like blocks of flats, because they
E. In the United Kingdom, canal narrowboats are used as homes and also as
F. A travel trailer is much more comfortable than a tent and it gives travellers the opportunity
G. Travel trailers are especially popular in
H. For every person his house is

1. not to spend their money on a motel or hotel.
2. don't suit British attitudes and don't give people enough privacy.
3. a small Universe, a sacred place where love, friendship, mutual understanding and mutual respect reign.
4. physiologically influence his or her behavior, emotions, and mental health.
5. North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
6. the place where you belong and feel comfortable.
7. a status symbol.
8. mobile, rented, holiday accommodation.

2. Agree or disagree with the following statements. Explain your point of view
• House is essential for man's life.
• Home is where the heart is.
• A house gives a sense of stability and security.
• It is rather difficult to keep to one's native traditions in the modern city.
• A house can say much about its inhabitants.
• Living under one roof people become closer and begin to understand each other better.

3. Read some expressions containing the element 'home' and explain their meaning
• home and dry
• home key
• home-thrust
• home truth
• last home/long home
• to be/feel at home
• to be not at home to anyone
• to be/feel at home in French (English etc.)
• to romp home
• to send smb home
• to come home to
• to bring smth home to smb
• to bring oneself home
• to bring a crime home to smb
• to touch home

4. Answer the questions
1) What is the difference between a house and a home?
2) Why do many people feel homesick when they leave their home?
3) Why do houses differ from one culture to another?
4) How can a house indicate a person's status?
5) What types of houses do you know?
6) Would you like to live in a houseboat? Why?
7) What are the main advantages and disadvantages of a travel trailer?
8) What kind of house is ideal to your mind?
9) Which is more important: the exterior of a house or the atmosphere that reigns in it? Explain your point of view.
10) Is your home important to you? Could you change your lodgings easily?

 

5. Read several interesting facts about houses and And some more
• The oldest house in the world was discovered at Mezhirich near Kiev in the Ukraine in 1965 by a farmer. It is approximately from 10,000 ВС and it is made of mammoth bones.
• The Smallest House in Great Britain can be found on the Quay, in Conwy, Wales. Its dimensions are 3.05 metres x 1.8 metres.
• Windsor Castle is the largest inhabited castle in the world and, dating back to the time of William the Conqueror, is the oldest in continuous occupation. Windsor Castle is one of the principal official residences of the British monarch.

6. Read the quotations below. Choose any quotation and comment on it
• 'The strength of a nation derives from the integrity of the home.' (Confucius)
• 'A house is not a home unless it contains food and fire for the mind as well as the body.' (Benjamin Franklin)
• 'Nothing can bring a real sense of security into the home except true love.' (Billy Graham)
• 'He is happiest, be he king or peasant, who finds peace in his home.' (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
• 'Go to foreign countries and you will get to know the good things one possesses at home.' (Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe)
• 'Home is the place where, when you have to go there, they have to take you in.' (Robert Frost)
• 'Home is where one starts from.' (T. S. Eliot)

Many writers use descriptions of houses in order to reveal people's characters. Read some extracts below. What can you say about the people who live in these houses? Give your own examples from literature.
'A furnished flat at $8 per week. It was not exactly beggar description, but it certainly had that word on the look-out for the mendicancy squad.
In the vestibule below was a letter-box into which no letter would go, and an electric button from which no mortal finger could coax a ring. Also appertaining thereunto was a card bearing the name 'Mr. James Dillingham Young.'
The 'Dillingham' had been flung to the breeze during a former period of prosperity when its possessor was being paid $30 per week. Now, when the income was shrunk to $20 the letters of' Dillingham' looked blurred, as though they were thinking seriously of contracting to a modest and unassuming D. But whenever Mr. James Dillingham Young came home and reached his flat above he was called 'Jim' and greatly hugged by Mrs. James Dillingham Young ...'
(From 'The Gift of the Magi' by O'Henry)


'Like the enlightened thousands of his class and generation in this great city of London, who no longer believe in red velvet chairs, and know that groups of modern Italian marble are vieux jeu, Soames Forsyte inhabited a house which did what it could. It owned a copper door knocker of individual design, windows which had been altered to open outwards, hanging flower-boxes filled with fuchsias, and at the back (a great feature) a little court tiled with jade-green tiles, and surrounded by pink hydrangeas in peacock-blue tubs. Here, under a parchment-coloured Japanese sunshade covering the whole end, inhabitants or visitors could be screened from the eyes of the curious while they drank tea and examined at their leisure the latest of Soames's silver little boxes.
The inner decoration favoured the First Empire and William Morris. For its size, the house was commodious; there were countless nooks resembling birds' nests, and little things made of silver were deposited like eggs.'
(From 'The Forsyte Saga' by John Galsworthy)

'And speaking of sentiment brings us very naturally to the 'Dove-cote'. That was the name of the little brown house which Mr Brooke had prepared for Meg's first home. Laurie had christened it, saying it was highly appropriate to the gentle lovers, who 'went on together like a pair of turtle-doves, with first a bill and than a coo'. It was a tiny house, with a little garden behind and a lawn about as big as a pocket-handkerchief in front. Here Meg meant to have a fountain, shrubbery, and a profusion of lovely flowers; though just at present, the fountain was represented by a weather-beaten urn, very like a dilapidated slop-bowl; the shrubbery consisted of several young larches, undecided whether to live or die; and the profusion of flowers was merely hinted by regiments of sticks, to show where seeds were planted. But inside, it was altogether charming, and the happy bride saw no fault from garret to cellar. To be sure, the hall was so narrow, it was fortunate that they had no piano, for one never could have been got in whole; the dining-room was so small that six people were a tight fit; and the kitchen stairs seemed built for the express purpose of precipitating both servants and china pell-mell into the coal-bin. But once get used to these slight blemishes, and nothing could be more complete, for good sense and good taste had presided over the furnishing, and the result was highly satisfactory. There were no marble-topped tables, long mirrors, or lace curtains in the little parlour, but simple furniture, plenty of books, a fine picture or two, a stand of flowers in the bay window, and, scattered all about, the pretty gifts which came from friendly hands, and were the fairer for the loving messages they brought.'
(From 'Good Wives' by Louisa May Alcott)
 

A. There are different types of houses in different countries and cultures. Match the type of a house with its definition.
A) a very tall modern city building
B) a small simple building with only one or two rooms
C) a house made from blocks of hard snow or ice
D) a structure with a round or pointed roof used as a home by some Native American tribes in the past
E) a very large strong building, built in the past as a safe place that could be easily defended against attack
F) a small house with one floor
G) the official home of a person of very high rank, especially a king or queen
H) a small house in the country
I) a vehicle that a car can pull and in which people can live and sleep when they are on holiday

J) a type of house that is divided into two parts, so that it has two separate homes in it


igloo, castle, bungalow, caravan, skyscraper, duplex, palace, wigwam, hut, cottage


B. Read the text 'My Home Is My Castle' and say if you agree with the title.



IV. HOMEWORK

- Grammar exercises



- Retell the text ‘My House is my Castle’

V. The conclusion of the lesson. 

T- Today we worked very well. You were active and work very well. I announce your marks

Thank you for your good work.

The lesson is over.. See you soon.



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