What should you do to keep fit?
-talking about good and bad habits for health, giving advice using the Modal verb “should”;
- to bring-up students to lead a healthy lifestyle, help each other and take care of their relatives, friends;
-To develop their listening, speaking, reading, writing and critical thinking skills, to enrich their vocabulary;
-talk about good and bad habits for health, give advice using the Modal verb “should”;
- lead a healthy lifestyle, help each other and take care of their relatives, friends;
-listen, speak, read, write and think critically on this theme;
ICT, group work, pair work, dialogue, strategies of critical thinking (brainstorming, matching, project work)
Books, dictionaries, pictures, mobile phones, posters, markers, computers
Greeting. Students will be divided into 2 groups
“Let’s do exercises”
Checking up the homework
What was your homework?
Ex.9, p.112 complete the table with have and has.
What modal verbs do you know?
When do we use the modal verb “should”?
Find medical words in the word search grid. (10words)
Students answer the questions
Listen to the dialogue and complete the table
Read the magazine article and find the words for two topics
Name: Alice Watson/Wilson
Age range: 26/35
Health problem: yes/no
Kind of exercises which
she does at the moment: swimming/tennis
Reason she has decided
to join up: to improve fitness/ to lose weight
School subjects / Technology
Find the words from the text which mean the same
Let’s make a «health code»
- A short time ago
- In good health
- At the present time
- Unhealthy food
You…drink cold water.
You…air the room.
Match the phrases with the pictures
Having regular check-ups
Project work (work with poster)
Group 1: What should you do to keep fit?
Group 2: What shouldn’t you do to keep fit?
Assess effectiveness of whole concepts
-Too little food makes you thin
-Too much food makes you fat
-The wrong food makes you ill
-The right food keeps you well.
To evaluate the students
Assess themselves according the control card