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Outline of the lesson

Stages of the lesson

Teacher’s activity

Pupils activity

Time

Introduction

Checking up of the home task

Presentation

Grammar presentation

Phonetic drill

Conclusion

Home task

Evaluation

  1. Greeting

  • Good afternoon children

  • Sit down, please.

  1. Talking to duty

  • Who is on duty today?

  • Who is absent today?

  • What date is it today?

  • What day is it today?

  • Ok, very nice! What was your home task?

  • Are you ready?

  • Who wants to answer?

Ok, very nice.

We have new theme «Scientific museums». I hope you’ll find interesting and new information for yourselves.

Continuous (Progressive) Forms of the Passive Voice

Complete the sentences using the correct form of the verbs. At page 94 ex. 1 (A)

    1. Such long bridges seldom (are built/are been built).

    2. Excuse the mess. The house (is painted/is been painted).

    3. I can’t give you the articles now. They (are translated/are been translated).

    4. Room 47 is not ready yet. It (is cleaned/is being cleaned).

    5. At the moment a new road (is built/is being built) round the city.

    6. Such books (are not translated/are not being translated) easily.

    7. We are expecting guests. Tables (are laid/are being laid).

    8. Your room will be ready soon. The beds (are made/are being made).

Ok, very good. Say 2 sentences of what is being done at the moment. For example: Many huge buildings are being built in Astana.

Ok, good of you. Read and translate texts about Museums at page 94 ex. 2.

The London Planetarium

Cloud, rain, street lights, even moonlight, can all prevent you from seeing the stars in the sky. But the stars in the Planetarium dome are seen perfectly well, whatever the weather.

In this artificial sky time and distance disappear: events which take millions of years can pass before your eyes in seconds. A planetarium star show makes it possible to see our small planet in the vast space.

The Science Museum of London

At the Science Museum you will find the first steam engines of the eighteenth century and the first steam turbine of the nineteenth; the first food can and the Vickers Vimy aircraft which made the first non – stop Atlantic crossing in 1919.

But the Science Museum is not only a place to look at and wonder. There are over 600 working exhibits. Many of them encourage the visitors to experience science and technology “hands – on”. In Launch Pad, a favourite with children, you can be a human battery, compare the wind drag on cars of different shapes, build a bridge and take part in many other challenging activities.

The Science Museum in London present an extraordinary story of innovation and achievement. Its collections in the fields of science, technology and medicine show the history and the progress of modern scientific and industrial man.

Museums of science and industry, Manchester

This is Europe’s largest industrial museum. It tells a fascinating story of British industrial heritage and of how Manchester became the world’s first industrial city. Through hundreds of exhibits, many in full working order, the past is brought vividly to life.

No matter how many times you visit, you will always find something new and interesting – a new exhibit or even a completely new exhibition.

Questions for discussion

  • What scientific museums in the UK do you know?

  • What is the London Planetarium famous for?

  • Can the visitors watch the stars in the artificial sky of the Planetarium in any weather?

  • Why do time and distance seem to disappear in the Planetarium?

  • Have you ever been to a Planetarium? What is your impression of the visit?

  • They say, there is the huge optical projector in the Almaty Planetarium. Is it true?

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  • What is usually exhibited in the science Museum of London?

  • How many working exhibits are there in the Museum?

  • What can visitors experience in the children’s favourite corner?

  • What do the collections of the Museum demonstrate?

  • Is there such a museum in our country? What is it?

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  • What is the Manchester Museum of science and industry famous for?

  • Why has the Museum been created in Manchester?

  • What is Manchester famous for?

  • How many exhibits are there in the Museum?

  • Are there such museums in our country? What are they?

Ok, very good! At home work: page 94, ex. 1 and B. complete the sentences using the correct form of the verbs.

P -1: you are the best one who worked hardly today. Your English is very good and I put excellent.

P – 2: you are work good but you have some mistakes today. I put mark good.

Stand up, please! Good bye, boys and girls!

  • Good afternoon, teacher.

 

  • I am on duty today.

  • All are present.

  • Today the _____

  • Today it is______

 

 

 

 

Pupils listen to the teacher.

 

Pupils read one by one

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pupils listen to the teacher

Pupils express sentences.

Pupils read one by one and translate

 

 

 

 

Pupils answer the questions

Pupils listen to teacher

Good bye, teacher!

Schools teacher: ________ __________________

Students name: ________ ___________________

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«Scientific Museums»

Outline of the lesson

Stages of the lesson

Teacher’s activity

Pupils activity

Time

Introduction








Checking up of the home task




Presentation




Grammar presentation






































Phonetic drill






















































Conclusion













































Home task




Evaluation

  1. Greeting

  • Good afternoon children

  • Sit down, please.

  1. Talking to duty

  • Who is on duty today?

  • Who is absent today?

  • What date is it today?

  • What day is it today?

  • Ok, very nice! What was your home task?

  • Are you ready?

  • Who wants to answer?

Ok, very nice.

We have new theme «Scientific museums». I hope you’ll find interesting and new information for yourselves.

Continuous (Progressive) Forms of the Passive Voice

Complete the sentences using the correct form of the verbs. At page 94 ex. 1 (A)

    1. Such long bridges seldom (are built/are been built).

    2. Excuse the mess. The house (is painted/is been painted).

    3. I can’t give you the articles now. They (are translated/are been translated).

    4. Room 47 is not ready yet. It (is cleaned/is being cleaned).

    5. At the moment a new road (is built/is being built) round the city.

    6. Such books (are not translated/are not being translated) easily.

    7. We are expecting guests. Tables (are laid/are being laid).

    8. Your room will be ready soon. The beds (are made/are being made).

Ok, very good. Say 2 sentences of what is being done at the moment. For example: Many huge buildings are being built in Astana.

Ok, good of you. Read and translate texts about Museums at page 94 ex. 2.

The London Planetarium

Cloud, rain, street lights, even moonlight, can all prevent you from seeing the stars in the sky. But the stars in the Planetarium dome are seen perfectly well, whatever the weather.

In this artificial sky time and distance disappear: events which take millions of years can pass before your eyes in seconds. A planetarium star show makes it possible to see our small planet in the vast space.

The Science Museum of London

At the Science Museum you will find the first steam engines of the eighteenth century and the first steam turbine of the nineteenth; the first food can and the Vickers Vimy aircraft which made the first non – stop Atlantic crossing in 1919.

But the Science Museum is not only a place to look at and wonder. There are over 600 working exhibits. Many of them encourage the visitors to experience science and technology “hands – on”. In Launch Pad, a favourite with children, you can be a human battery, compare the wind drag on cars of different shapes, build a bridge and take part in many other challenging activities.

The Science Museum in London present an extraordinary story of innovation and achievement. Its collections in the fields of science, technology and medicine show the history and the progress of modern scientific and industrial man.

Museums of science and industry, Manchester

This is Europe’s largest industrial museum. It tells a fascinating story of British industrial heritage and of how Manchester became the world’s first industrial city. Through hundreds of exhibits, many in full working order, the past is brought vividly to life.

No matter how many times you visit, you will always find something new and interesting – a new exhibit or even a completely new exhibition.

Questions for discussion

  • What scientific museums in the UK do you know?

  • What is the London Planetarium famous for?

  • Can the visitors watch the stars in the artificial sky of the Planetarium in any weather?

  • Why do time and distance seem to disappear in the Planetarium?

  • Have you ever been to a Planetarium? What is your impression of the visit?

  • They say, there is the huge optical projector in the Almaty Planetarium. Is it true?

***

  • What is usually exhibited in the science Museum of London?

  • How many working exhibits are there in the Museum?

  • What can visitors experience in the children’s favourite corner?

  • What do the collections of the Museum demonstrate?

  • Is there such a museum in our country? What is it?

***

  • What is the Manchester Museum of science and industry famous for?

  • Why has the Museum been created in Manchester?

  • What is Manchester famous for?

  • How many exhibits are there in the Museum?

  • Are there such museums in our country? What are they?

Ok, very good! At home work: page 94, ex. 1 and B. complete the sentences using the correct form of the verbs.

P -1: you are the best one who worked hardly today. Your English is very good and I put excellent.

P – 2: you are work good but you have some mistakes today. I put mark good.

Stand up, please! Good bye, boys and girls!


  • Good afternoon, teacher.


  • I am on duty today.

  • All are present.

  • Today the _____

  • Today it is______






Pupils listen to the teacher.






Pupils read one by one






























Pupils listen to the teacher


Pupils express sentences.





Pupils read one by one and translate





















































Pupils answer the questions













































Pupils listen to teacher










Good bye, teacher!




Schools teacher: ________ __________________

Students name: ________ ___________________






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