Aim: to learn new words and work with them, to remember names of clothes which were learnt, to develop memory, logical thinking, to teach pupils to be tolerant to other people’s opinions, to make children more active.
T. Good morning, children. I’m glad to see you. How are you today? Make up little dialogues. Ask about your mood, make some compliments.
P1. Hi, Sveta, nice to meet you. How’re you today?
P2. Hello, Ira, nice to meet you too. I’m fine thanks. I have a good mood. You look nice today.
P1.Thank you too.
T. Look at olga! She is so nice today! Let’s tell her some compliments( children make some copliments like these)
P1. this sweater suits you perfectly.
P2. I’m glad you like it.
P3. You have a nice smile.
P4. Thank you for the compliment.
T. Our theme is “Clothes”. At this lesson we are going to:
a) repeat words on this theme ;
b) learn new words and work with them;
c) listen to the text;
d) describe each person’s clothes.
You have phonetic rhymes. First repeat very slowly. Then faster and faster.[ ] She likes fashionable shirts and shoes.
[ ] What do you wear in winter? –Warm woolen sweaters
Let’s play a game “Remember and name”.
You must repeat, looking at the cards. We have 10 cards with pictures of clothes. Look at theme and try to remember. Now, who will name more of them?
Jacket, jeans, hat, hood, shirt, shoes, jumper, pyjamas, shorts, skirt, trainers, trousers, slippers, socks, sandals, scarf, t-shirts, boots, dress, gloves, coat.
Look at the pictures p.78 ex.7. listen and write the people’s names.[2-Carol, 3-Anna, 4-Mark, 5-Helen, 6-Peter, 7-Jim.]
Good morning. Today I have a special guest with me. David Farnley, the famous fashion designer.
Thank you Mary,I’m happy to be here.
Let’s bring on the first model.
This is Anna. Anna is wearing a brown coat, with a light blue blouse, a brown skirt and dark brown shoes.
She looks lovely.
She does, doesn’t she? Very smart indeed. Next we have John. John is wearing a dark grey suit with a blue shirt and a black tie. He’s also wearing a black belt and black shoes.
That’s very stylish.
Now we have Mark. Mark is wearing blue jeans with a grey jumper and light brown boots.
That certainly is a casual look-very comfortable. Thank you, Mark.
Now here’s Carol. Carol wants a new look for spring, so here she is, wearing a long yellow dress with a white scarf and a lovely hat.
Oh, she looks wonderful. Thanks, Carol.
Let’s move on to the children now. Here’s Peter. Peter’s wearing a red cap, with a blue T- shirt, black shorts and black-white trainers.
Mmm- very nice, Peter. Thank you.
Next there’s Jim. He’s wearing a blue, brown and white tracksuit, and he’s also wearing black-and-white trainers. Very sporty, don’t you think?
Oh, yes. Jim looks dressed for action.
That’s right. And finally, we have Helen. Helen is wearing a bright yellow raincoat, with purple gloves and hat, and purple boots.
Very colourful, Helen. Well, David, thank you very much for showing.
Let’s have a rest and do some exercises:
Clap, clap, clap your hands,
Clap your hands together.
Stamp, stamp, stamp your feet,
Stamp your feet together.
Turn, turn, turn around,
Turn around together.
Clap, clap, clap your hands,
Clap your hands together
Look at the pictures and find who is wearing what. Write in your copy-books.
A raincoat: Helen a tie: John
A coat: Anna a tracksuit: Jim
A belt: John, Anna a cap: Peter
Trainers: Peter, Jim a skirt: Anna
Boots: Helen, Mark. a hat: Carol, Helen
A suit: John trousers: John, Mark
A scarf: Carol a T-shirt: Peter, Jim
Jeans: Mark socks: Peter
Gloves: Helen a shirt: John
What is each person wearing?
Individual pupils describe each person’s clothes.p.78 ex.7c)
Listen and guess what is it?
Many pupils wear these clothes from Monday till Friday being at school. This is ( a school uniform).
Our lesson is going to end. Was it interesting? What new words have you learn? Is it comfortable to wear a school uniform every day?
Your home assignment is to learn new words, to describe your school uniform.
Your marks are…
Have a nice day.