Пәнаралық байланыс: Казақ тілі, Орыс тілі.Ағылшын тілі граматикасы
Көрнектілігі: Интерактив тақта, Students book.Суреттер ,Бейнетаспа,стикерлер карточкалар,қорапша.
I.Ұйымдастыру кезеңі : ( 5 мин )
Teacher: Good morning students!
Students:Good morning Teacher!
Teacher: Thank you may sit. How are you students? How is your mood today ? How is your Heath today
Students: Good Thanks and you ?
Teacher:Me too I am glad to hear that
Teacher: So at first I want to check your attendance.Who is on duty today? Who is on duty today? What is date today? What is the day today?
Students:I am on duty today ,Today is the Monday ,The 26 th of September
Teacher:So let”s begin to our lesson.What was your Homework
Students: The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Geographical position. Population. Transitive and intransitive verbs
II.Үй тапсырмасын тексеру: (20\2 5 мин )
Students must take one of the stickers which are hiden the topics and Tell obout this topic showing the pictures (London,Trafalgar square,London Eye,London Bridge,Tower,Traditional food ,Costume Big Ben, Bukingham Palace)
Smashed words.(Students must make the sentences putting together the words )
1.arrived / father / yesterday /my
2.buys / she /a / flower /beautiful
3.play / we / tennis / week / every
4.Barked / the /dog
5. .the / smells / food / good.
6.high / fly / Eagles
7.sing / they /a /song /Friday /every
8. day /they / all /walked
9. baby / the /cried / night / all
III.Үй тапсырмасын бекіту: ( 5 мин )
Translate the sentences into 3 languages English ,Kazakh,and Russian
And say which of them transitive and which are intransative
My father arrived yesterday.
She buys a beautiful flower.
We play tennis every week.
The dog barked.
The food smells good.
Eagles fly high.
They sing a song every Friday.
He studies hard.
The baby cried all night.
They walkedall day.
IV.Жаңа материалды белсенді және саналы қабылдауға, меңгеруге студенттерді әзірлеу
Кезеңі. ( 5 мин )
V. Жаңa білімді менгеру кезені.The main part (20 мин)
At this moment teacher asks from students” Why we translated the sentences into 2 languages”?
Students: Because we obey the strategy of Our President “Trilingual education” “Үш тұғырлы тіл””Трехъязычное образование”
And whatching Interview of students telling their own opinions about using “Trilingual education” in Kazakhstan
VI.Жаңа білімді бекіту кезеңі (25 мин)
So Todays theme is Royal Family
1.Expalining the text with presentation
2. Read the text
Elizabeth II's full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary. She was born on April 21, 1926. She never went to school and was taught by home tutors. In 1947 she married Prince Philip; he was created Duke of Edinburgh. A year later she gave birth to a son, Charles. In 1950 she gave a birth to a daughter, Anne. Elizabeth succeeded to the throne after the death of her father in February in 1952. Her second son, Andrew, was born in 1960 and the third, Edward, in 1964.
One Queen, two birthdays
The Queen celebrates her actual birthday on 21
April. She also celebrates her official birthday on either
the first or the second, and sometimes the third, Saturday
King Edward VII, who was born on 9 November, was
the first Sovereign to mark his official birthday on a
separate day to his actual birthday throughout his reign,
holding celebrations in either May or June.
Trooping the Colour
Thousands of spectators watch
as the Queen marks her official
birthday with Trooping the
Afterwards the Royal Family gathers
on the balcony of Buckingham Palace
to watch a Red Arrows fly-past.
The Queen's Role
Head of State
As Head of State, the Queen goes on official State visits abroad. She also
invites other world leaders to come to the United Kingdom. During their
visit, Heads of State usually stay at Buckingham Palace or sometimes at
Windsor Castle or Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh.
Head of the Armed Forces
The Queen is also the Head of the Armed Forces. She is the only person
who can declare when the country is at war and when war is over.
Head of the Church of England
The Queen is Head of the Church of England - a position that all British
monarchs have held since it was founded by Henry VIII in the 1530s.
The Queen appoints archbishops and bishops on the advice of the Prime
Minister. The spiritual leader of the Church of England is the Archbishop of
Represents the Nation
The Queen represents the nation at times of great celebration or sorrow.
Being the Queen is a really busy job. Elizabeth II gets up early and begins
her day by looking through the newspapers. The Queen has daily meetings with
her Private Secretary who helps her to go through her paperwork, and lots of
meetings with ambassadors, new judges, and bishops.
She opens hospitals, bridges and factories. Once a week, the Queen has
a meeting with the Prime Minister and they discuss government business.
Elizabeth II has to work from early morning until late at night and people watch
her all the time.
Task 3 Question box ( in this case students must take one of the letters from the box and answer the questions)
What is the Queen’s full name?
When did she succeed to the throne?
When was the Queen born?
Who did the Queen marry? When?
How many children does she have?
How many grandchildren does she have?
When is Queen’s birthday?
When does the Queen celebrate her official birthday?
Where does the Queen live?
Who is the first in the line to the British throne?
What are the Queen’s duties?
What does she do as Head of the Church of England?
When did the Queen celebrate her 80th birthday?
4. Introduction of new grammar.
To explain the rules in English with presentation
In most English sentences with an action verb, the subject performs the action denoted by the verb.
These examples show that the subject is doing the verb's action.
One can change the normal word order of many active sentences (those with a direct object) so that the subject is no longer active, but is, instead, being acted upon by the verb - or passive.
Note in these examples how the subject-verb relationship has changed.
Because passive voice sentences necessarily add words and change the normal doer-action-receiver of action direction, they may make the reader work harder to understand the intended meaning.
As the examples below illustrate, a sentence in active voice flows more smoothly and is easier to understand than the same sentence in passive voice.
The Present Simple Passive
am / is / are + V3
The Present Simple Passive
am / is / are + V3
5. Grammar practice.
Ex.1 Make up sentences in the passive voice.Am / is / are + V3
More than 15 official languages (speak) in India.
A lot of texts of popular songs (write) in English.
Sometimes (Australia, call) “the Lucky Country”.
Russian scientists (know) all over the world.
A lot of Russian students (give) stipends for studying in Western Universities.
Books of Russian writers (read) in many countries.
Ex.2Who was it written / discovered / invented by?
Example: “Eugene Onegin” was written by Alexander Pushkin.
The telephone ______ .
“Romeo and Juliet” __.
“Robinson Crusoe” ___.
The tales “The Snow Queen” and “The Ugly Duckling” _________.
Қорытынды: ( 10 мин ) Conclusion of the lesson.
Giving marks on counting the points of the 3 teams
18-21 point –«5» 3 point –«Excellent»
16-18 point –«4» 2 point –«Very Good»
15-17 point –«3» 1 point –«Good»
7-3 point –«2»
Name of the teams
Retelling the topics
Translation the sentences
Reading the text
Answer the question
Work on blackboard
Make the sentences passive
Guess the Famous people
II.To give home tasks
III.To say Goodbye to the students
Бағалау: Your home task is to make up the crosswords about the UK.
So, our lesson is over, I think we have reached our aims. You are free. Good-bye!
Үй тапсырмасы :Your hometask will be retelling the text and learn new words!
с)Answer the questions using the map.
1. Where do the British Isles lie?
2. What does Great Britain include?
3. What do Great Britain and Northern Ireland form?
4. What is the highest mountain in the United Kingdom?
5. What are the biggest rivers in Great Britain?
6. What is the capital of the country?
7. What are-the industrial centres of Great Britain?
8.What are the ports of the country?
f) Quessing game “What place of interest am I?” Pupils, look at the blackboard, here are given pictures and the definitions of each picture, your task is to find the name and the right definition to each sightseeing.
It is a place where mass meetings and demonstrations take place. It is in the centre of the west End of London. (Trafalgar Square)
This is the place where members of Parliament gather to make laws. (The Houses of Parliament)
It is the great bell clock which strikes the hour.( Big Ben)
It is the largest and richest museum in the world. It was founded in 1753. It has mountains of books. (British museum)
It is the most famous historical building in London which was built in the 11-th century. (The Tower of London)
It is the place where the Queen meets important visitors such as kings, queens or presidents. (Buckingham Palace)
You must write answer on the following way, using only figures and letters
Pupils, we`ve done a lot of tasks concerning? The UK. Let`s conduce our lesson.
7. Reading the text.
If it has two floors it’s called a double-decker and you can get a good view from the top level. If it has only one floor it’s called a single-decker.
Buses have a two person crew it’s a driver who drives, of course, and the conductor (or conductress if it’s a woman) who takes your money. Keep your ticket as the inspector might want to check it. You catch a bus waiting at a bus stop.
For longer distances take a long distance bus called a coach which is slower but cheaper. A double-decker bus has an upstairs (top) and downstairs (inside).
7.1.What is the difrence between ....
a. conductor and conductress,
b. inspector and bus driver,
c. single-decker and double-decker,
d. bus and coach.
7.2.Complete the dialogue.
The UK London a double-decker bus the top level
-Would you like to travel by .........?
- Yes, I think you can see a lot from ........ of it.
- Can you travel by double-deckers only in .......?
- Red double-decker buses are a typical picture in London but two-level buses run in many towns of...... .