Theme: Lesson 2 I want to be healthy. Food
Type of the lesson: traditional lesson
Aims of the lesson:
Teaching: to introduce with the ordinal numbers
Upbringing: to bring up pupils to respect each other, to be polite
Developing: to develop pupils’ reading, speaking, listening and writing skills by teaching new lesson
Tasks of the lesson: to learn to say ordinal numbers with month correctly, to learn new words and word combinations
Equipment: Text – book
The procedure of the lesson:
Stages of the lesson
Teacher’s greeting and putting up the aims. Good morning children. I’m glad to see you. How are you today? Who is on duty today? Who is absent? What date is it today? What day of the week is it now? What can you say about the weather?
Greeting with the teacher, answering the questions
Checking home task
First of all let’s check your home task. What was your home task? Teacher checks pupils’ home task.
Reading their home task and correcting mistakes
Actualizing of knowledge
Teacher’s asking information from the last lesson. Teacher asks the questions about their school
Pupils’ answering the questions of the teacher and tell their ideas
Teacher understands how to say ordinal numbers with months
Pupils try to learn about the ordinal numbers
Teacher understands exercises 8,9 and gives the tasks to write these and checks.
Pupils write these tasks in your copybook and work with mistakes
Work with your partner
Teacher gives the task to pupils that they must to tell your partner about your public holidays in Kazakhstan
Pupils speak about the public holidays in Kazakhstan
Teacher asks about the dates with public holidays
Pupils answer the teacher’s question
Reflection: What about have we talked today? What kind of task did we do? Did you like our lesson?
Home task: Your home task is to tell about your school day and to learn by heart the new words
Evaluation: Your marks are …