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Revision lesson: Present Perfect, Past Perfect.

Кошкарбекова Гульназ Орынбековна



Lesson plan

The theme: Revision lesson: Present Perfect, Past Perfect.

Reading: Great Britain: a Country of Traditions.

The aims: a) to revise the grammar material; to present the text; working at the text;

doing exercises;

b) to develop pupils’ skills and habits in reading and in writing;

to enlarge pupils’ stock of vocabulary;

c) to bring – up pupils to be educated and to get more information about

traditions and customs of Great Britain;

Visual aids: posters, CD, activity book

The type: practical lesson

The method: explaining the new material, doing exercises.

The procedure of the lesson:

    1. Organization moment

  1. Greetings

  2. Checking up the attendance

  3. Checking up the homework

    1. Warm –up

Answer these questions:

  1. What can you tell a stranger about yourself?

  2. What three things do you think are most important about you?

  3. How big is your family?

  4. How many friends have you got?

  5. What are the three things that you enjoy doing most of all and the three things that you hate doing?

    1. The main part. Grammar

  • Look at the table to remember how to form and use Perfect Tenses. Give examples of your own to illustrate each formula.

The Present Perfect Tense

The Past Perfect Tense

Just, ever, already, ever, never, lately, recently, today, this week, this month, etc.

1) by… o’clock, by the summer, by that time

2) after …, … before…, … when….

+

-

I, We, you, they have/haven’t +V3

Had/hadn’t +V3

He, she, it has/hasn’t +V3

He has already come.

They have not done it yet.

He had finished it by three.

We hadn’t cleaned the room before Daddy came.

?

?

Have I, we, you, they V3 (yet)

Had I, we, you, they, he, she, it V3

Has he, she, it V3 (yet)

Have you seen it yet?

Had she left when you came?

Examples: 1. I have learnt English for two years. After I have written the letter, I shall send it to my sister. He had finished his work by 5o’clock. We sent him a telegram yesterday as we hadn’t received any letters from him for a long time.


    1. Doing tasks

  • Let’s do the exercise 7 on page 65. Open the brackets to make the sentences complete.

  • A. Past Indefinite or Present Perfect?

Nancy (has travelled) a lot. She has been visited to many countries. Last year she visited Greece. How long have you been here? When did you arrive? When did you meet your first teacher? How many years have you known him? Has Helen written the letter yet? – No, she hasn’t? Kate hasn’t typed all the letters. She typed three of them yesterday. But she hasn’t done anything today.

  • B. Present Perfect or Past Perfect?

I phoned Mr. Williams to find out if Pat had gone away. He was not sure. I’ll go and see if she has gone out. I have lived in a small cottage for 12 years before my family moved to town. Jack has played tennis three times this week. He said he hadn’t played tennis a week before.

Exercise 8. p65. Join the beginnings and ends to get the sentences that make sense:

  1. After William had read four detective stories, he thought he could solve any mystery himself.

  2. When Bill had learnt the last idiom, he felt he could take no more.

  3. When Charlie had finished painting, he decided to give his picture to the school museum.

  4. After John had practiced driving the car, he understood he would never pass the driving test.

  5. After he had written out all the unknown words, he started to learn them.

    1. Reading for Information

- Read the text once very attentively and try to understand and remember as much as you can.

Great Britain: A country of traditions

Just like families have their own traditions so do countries. It’s common knowledge that the British are lovers of traditions. In a whole year, each season in Britain is connected with various colourful traditions, customs and festivals.

  1. Spring: St. David’s Day; May Day

  2. Summer: The Trooping of the Colour; Swan Upping; Highland Games

  3. Autumn: The State opening of Parliament; Guy Fawkes Day

  4. Winter: Up-helly-Aa; carol singing

Ex 17.p 71. Now that you’ve read the text once match the names of the traditions with the season of the year.

  1. Spring: St. David’s Day; May Day

  2. Summer: The Trooping of the Colour; Swan Upping; Highland Games

  3. Autumn: The State opening of Parliament; Guy Fawkes Day

  4. Winter: Up-helly-Aa; carol singing

    1. Conclusion

- Have you got any questions for me?

    1. Homework

Ex: 16, 18 p70-71

    1. Putting marks





Lesson plan

The Theme of the lesson

Grammar lection: Fruit\Fruits. The Indefinite/ Definite Articles.

Objectives

  1. To explain grammar materials

  1. Indefinite and Definite article

  2. The difference between fruit (fruits)

  1. To present the expressions which puppies should use the lesson?

  2. To develop grammar, writing skills.

Type combined

Method practical

Visual aids grammar table, poster “Articles”

The Course of the lesson:

I. Organization moment

-Good morning students!

How are you?

Who is absent today?

II. Let’s check up n\n

P1 P2 P3

III. Grammar

Fruit \ Fruits?

Ex 32 p35

Complete the sentences with the right words.

1 .There were a lot of (fruit/fruits) on the plate: apples, grapes and oranges. 2. We often have (fruit/fruits) for dessert. 3. Such (fruit/fruits) as bananas and oranges do not grow in our climate. 4. Let's make (fruit/fruits) salad for the party. S. Do you prefer fresh or dried (fruit/fruits) 6. Would you like (fruit/fruits) or coffee to finish your meal with?7. Are tomatoes (fruit/fruits) or vegetables? 8. What (fruit/fruits) do you put in your salad? 9. What tropical (fruit/fruits) do you know? 10. We always buy fresh (fruit/fruits) at the market.

B) The Indefinite article

1 040

One- a \an

1. a) There is a pen on the desk,
b)
A parrot is a bird.

2. Mr. Brown is a driver.

3. I haven't got a dog, I've got a cat.

4. Let's have a break. We are tired.

5. What* pleasant voice!
What a strange bag!

Zero articles with the plural: He hasn't got pets at home.


Definite article

The

1. Close the window, please!

2. Jack bought a radio and a CD player;
but the CD player didn't work.

3. it’s the film "Carmen "advised me to
see.

4. Is it the right number?

5. The moon moves round the earth.

6. The squirrel] eats nuts.

7. We often spend our holiday in the
country.

Practice:

Ex 34 (b) p36

  1. We knew he, was a foreigner because he spoke with a strong accent.

  2. There was an old lady of France who taught…little ducklings to dance.

  3. He has hot worked so there is not much hope that he will pass the exam.

  4. Al hotel is a place where…students or…travelers can get…meals and rooms.

1. a, 2 an, 3 the, 4a, a,-,-,-,-, 5-, the, the 6a, 7 the, the 8 the, the 9-, 10 a, a, the, the.

IV.Phrasal verbs to get.

1 041

-Look at the blackboard and listen to me there are the phrasal verbs with verb get.

The translation of the verb get is used with the prepositions it has the other meanings.

On-a) сесть на велосипед, поезд

в) делать успехи, двигаться вперед.

Logetoff- сойти с велосипеда, поезда

Togetinto- сесть в машину

Togetout- выйти из машины

Togetalong- уживаться, ладить с кем-то

Togetout- выйти наружу

Togetup- подниматься (с постели)

Togetaway-удрать, исчезнуть, сбежать.

Togetover- справиться с чем-то, преодолеть.

To get down to work\ business- принятьсязаработу\ задело.

Now read the examples:

The boy got on hers bike and rode away.

Now is he getting on with his English?

We got off the train in London my dog and my cat along with, each other.

Get out of the room now.

What time to you get up?

The thieves got away with our money.

He can’t, get over his illness get.

It’s 11 o’clock. It’s time to get to work.


Practice:

Ex 37 P38

Compute the sentences using the missing words: over, to, on, out, off, along, up, away.

  1. Jack always gets…early: he is a farmer and has a lot of work to do.

  2. Lames and gentlemen, I think. It’s time to get along…business.

  3. I’m afraid that our secret can get…

  4. Does she get…will with her classmates?

  5. If you’re going to the Tower you should get…at the next stop.

……………..

1)up, 2) to, 3) out, 4) along, 5) off, 6) on, 7) away, 8)out of, 9) over 10) on.



Revision lesson: Present Perfect, Past Perfect.
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Кошкарбекова Гульназ Орынбековна

 

 

Lesson plan

The theme: Revision lesson: Present Perfect, Past Perfect.

                        Reading: Great Britain: a Country of Traditions.

The aims:    a) to revise the grammar material; to present the text; working at the text;

doing exercises;

                        b) to develop pupils’ skills and habits in reading and in writing;

                        to enlarge pupils’ stock of vocabulary;

                        c) to bring – up pupils to be educated and to get more information about

traditions and customs of Great Britain;

Visual aids:  posters, CD, activity book

The type: practical lesson

The method: explaining the new material, doing exercises.

The procedure of the lesson:

I.                   Organization moment

a)      Greetings

b)     Checking up the attendance

c)      Checking up the homework

II.                Warm –up

Answer these questions:

  1. What can you tell a stranger about yourself?
  2. What three things do you think are most important about you?
  3. How big is your family?
  4. How many friends have you got?
  5. What are the three things that you enjoy doing most of all and the three things that you hate doing?

III.             The main part. Grammar

-          Look at the table to remember how to form and use Perfect Tenses. Give examples of your own to illustrate each formula.

The Present Perfect Tense

The Past Perfect Tense

Just, ever, already, ever, never, lately, recently, today, this week, this month, etc.

1) by… o’clock, by the summer, by that time

2) after …, … before…, … when….

                                                                     +

-

I, We, you, they     have/haven’t +V3

Had/hadn’t +V3

He, she, it              has/hasn’t +V3

He has already come.

They have not done it yet.

He had finished it by three.

We hadn’t cleaned the room before Daddy came.

?

?

Have I, we, you, they V3 (yet)

Had I, we, you, they, he, she, it   V3

Has he, she, it             V3 (yet)

Have you seen it yet?

Had she left when you came?

Examples: 1. I have learnt English for two years. After I have written the letter, I shall send it to my sister. He had finished his work by 5o’clock. We sent him a telegram yesterday as we hadn’t received any letters from him for a long time.

 

IV.             Doing tasks

-          Let’s do the exercise 7 on page 65. Open the brackets to make the sentences complete.

-          A. Past Indefinite or Present Perfect?

Nancy (has travelled) a lot. She has been visited to many countries. Last year she visited Greece. How long have you been here? When did you arrive? When did you meet your first teacher? How many years have you known him? Has Helen written the letter yet? – No, she hasn’t? Kate hasn’t typed all the letters. She typed three of them yesterday. But she hasn’t done anything today.

-          B. Present Perfect or Past Perfect?

     I phoned Mr. Williams to find out if Pat had gone away. He was not sure. I’ll go and see if she has gone out. I have lived in a small cottage for 12 years before my family moved to town. Jack has played tennis three times this week. He said he hadn’t played tennis a week before.

Exercise 8. p65.    Join the beginnings and ends to get the sentences that make sense:

  1. After William had read four detective stories, he thought he could solve any mystery himself.
  2. When Bill had learnt the last idiom, he felt he could take no more.
  3. When Charlie had finished painting, he decided to give his picture to the school museum.
  4. After John had practiced driving the car, he understood he would never pass the driving test.
  5. After he had written out all the unknown words, he started to learn them.

V.                Reading for Information

 - Read the text once very attentively and try to understand and remember as much as you can.

Great Britain: A country of traditions

            Just like families have their own traditions so do countries. It’s common knowledge that the British are lovers of traditions. In a whole year, each season in Britain is connected with various colourful traditions, customs and festivals.

  1. Spring: St. David’s Day; May Day
  2. Summer: The Trooping of the Colour; Swan Upping; Highland Games
  3. Autumn: The State opening of Parliament; Guy Fawkes Day
  4. Winter: Up-helly-Aa; carol singing

Ex 17.p 71. Now that you’ve read the text once match the names of the traditions with the season of the year.

  1. Spring:            St. David’s Day; May Day
  2. Summer:         The Trooping of the Colour; Swan Upping; Highland Games
  3. Autumn:          The State opening of Parliament; Guy Fawkes Day
  4. Winter:            Up-helly-Aa; carol singing

VI.             Conclusion

- Have you got any questions for me?

VII.          Homework

Ex: 16, 18 p70-71

VIII.       Putting marks

 

 

 

 

Lesson plan

The Theme of the lesson

Grammar lection: Fruit\Fruits. The Indefinite/ Definite Articles.

Objectives

1.      To explain grammar  materials

a)      Indefinite and  Definite article

b)      The difference between fruit (fruits)

2.      To present the expressions which puppies should use the lesson?

3.      To develop grammar, writing skills.

Type            combined

Method        practical

Visual aids   grammar table, poster “Articles”

The Course of the lesson:

I. Organization moment

-Good morning students!

How are you?

Who is absent today?

II. Let’s check up n\n

P1 P2 P3

III. Grammar

Fruit \ Fruits?

Ex 32 p35

Complete the sentences with the right words.

1 .There were a lot of (fruit/fruits) on the plate: apples, grapes and oranges. 2. We often have (fruit/fruits) for dessert. 3. Such (fruit/fruits) as bananas and oranges do not grow in our climate. 4. Let's make (fruit/fruits) salad for the party. S. Do you prefer fresh or dried (fruit/fruits) 6. Would you like (fruit/fruits) or coffee to finish your meal with?7. Are toma­toes (fruit/fruits) or vegetables? 8. What (fruit/fruits) do you put in your salad? 9. What trop­ical (fruit/fruits) do you know? 10. We always buy fresh (fruit/fruits) at the market.

B) The Indefinite article

One- a \an

1.       a) There is a pen on the desk,
b)
A parrot is a bird.

2.       Mr. Brown is a driver.

3.       I haven't got a dog, I've got a cat.

4.       Let's have a break. We are tired.

5.       What* pleasant voice!
What a strange bag!

Zero articles with the plural: He hasn't got pets at home.

 

Definite article

The

1.       Close the window, please!

2.       Jack bought a radio and a CD player;
but the CD player didn't work.

3.       it’s the film "Carmen "advised me to
see.

4.       Is it the right number?

5.       The moon moves round the earth.

6.       The squirrel] eats nuts.

7.       We often spend our holiday in the
country.

Practice:

Ex 34 (b) p36

1.      We knew he, was a foreigner because he spoke with a strong accent.

2.      There was an old lady of France who taught…little ducklings to dance.

3.      He has hot worked so there is not much hope that he will pass the exam.

4.      Al hotel is a place where…students or…travelers can get…meals and rooms.

1. a, 2 an, 3 the, 4a, a,-,-,-,-, 5-, the, the 6a, 7 the, the 8 the, the 9-, 10 a, a, the, the.

IV.Phrasal verbs to get.

-Look at the blackboard and listen to me there are the phrasal verbs with verb get.

The translation of the verb get is used with the prepositions it has the other meanings.

On-a) сесть на велосипед, поезд

      в) делать успехи, двигаться вперед.

Logetoff- сойти с велосипеда, поезда

Togetinto- сесть в машину

Togetout- выйти из машины

Togetalong- уживаться, ладить с кем-то

Togetout- выйти наружу

Togetup- подниматься (с постели)

Togetaway-удрать, исчезнуть, сбежать.

Togetover- справиться с чем-то, преодолеть.

To get down to work\ business- принятьсязаработу\ задело.

 Now read the examples:

The boy got on hers bike and rode away.

Now is he getting on with his English?

We got off the train in London my dog and my cat along with, each other.

Get out of the room now.

What time to you get up?

The thieves got away with our money.

He can’t, get over his illness get.

It’s 11 o’clock. It’s time to get to work.

 

Practice:

Ex 37 P38

Compute the sentences using the missing words: over, to, on, out, off, along, up, away.

1.      Jack always gets…early: he is a farmer and has a lot of work to do.

2.      Lames and gentlemen, I think. It’s time to get along…business.

3.      I’m afraid that our secret can get…

4.      Does she get…will with her classmates?

5.      If you’re going to the Tower you should get…at the next stop.

……………..

1)up, 2) to, 3) out, 4) along, 5) off, 6) on, 7) away, 8)out of, 9) over 10) on.

 

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