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To be or not to be a vegetarian

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Form : 9

Date:

The theme: To be or not to be a vegetarian

The aims: educational: to form pupils’ skills in monologue and dialogue speech, to revise the words to the given theme, to get acquainted with Present Perfect Continuous developing: to develop pupils’ abilities in writing, reading, speaking, listening, pair and group work through talking about health habits

bringing up: to teach pupils to respect other cultures, to broaden pupils’ minds, to bring up the feeling of international friendship

Methods of the lesson: interactive, communicative approach

Type of the lesson: introductory

Equipment of the lesson: pictures, grammar charts, an interactive board Procedure of the lesson:

I. Organization moment

II. Checking the home task

Ex. 9, p. 19: to read and translate the text

III. Group work

Ex. 1, p. 21: to say your attitude toward the following facts

Ex. 7, p. 23: to complete the chart using as many ideas as possible

Ihello_html_5ddf3757.gifV. Revision of the grammar

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have/has + been + ing (Present Participle)

Ex. 8, p. 23: to make sentences using ideas from the box

1. His back hurts because he’s been working in the garden.

2. They are tired because they have been playing tennis for 2 hours.

3. He feels hot because he’s been running.

4. They have no money because they have been buying things for 2 hours. Ex. 9, p. 24: to complete the sentences using the words in the box

a) … has been working

b) … has been running

c) … has been getting ready to go to England

d) … has been cooking

e) … has been revising for exams

f) … has been swimming

g) … has been waiting for a long time

V. Revision of the vocabulary

Ex. 10, p. 24: to find the words which cannot go with the noun “Food” tasteful, starving, wealthy, disgusted

VI. Explanation of the new words

Ex. 11, p. 24: to match the words to their definitions

1. tasteful – showing good taste

2. tasteless – having no flavor, without taste

3. tasty – having a pleasant flavor

VII. Evaluating and explanation of the home task

Ex. 5, p. 21-22: to read and translate the texts and complete the sentences below 1. a) … she felt so guilty.

b) … she wanted to be a vegetarian.

c) … no meat.

d) … is a big decision to make.

2. a) … vegetarians look a bit skinny and need to take vitamins.

b) … she doesn’t like seeing animals killed.

c) … wear leather.

d) … it’s natural for humans to eat meat.





To be or not to be a vegetarian
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Form : 9

Date:

The theme: To be or not to be a vegetarian

The aims: educational: to form pupils’ skills in monologue and dialogue speech, to revise the words to the given theme, to get acquainted with Present Perfect Continuous developing: to develop pupils’ abilities in writing, reading, speaking, listening, pair and group work through talking about health habits

bringing up: to teach pupils to respect other cultures, to broaden pupils’ minds, to bring up the feeling of international friendship

Methods of the lesson: interactive, communicative approach

Type of the lesson: introductory

Equipment of the lesson: pictures, grammar charts, an interactive board Procedure of the lesson:

I. Organization moment

II. Checking the home task

Ex. 9, p. 19: to read and translate the text

III. Group work

Ex. 1, p. 21: to say your attitude toward the following facts

Ex. 7, p. 23: to complete the chart using as many ideas as possible

IV. Revision of the grammar


have/has + been + ing (Present Participle)

Ex. 8, p. 23: to make sentences using ideas from the box

1. His back hurts because he’s been working in the garden.

2. They are tired because they have been playing tennis for 2 hours.

3. He feels hot because he’s been running.

4. They have no money because they have been buying things for 2 hours. Ex. 9, p. 24: to complete the sentences using the words in the box

a) … has been working

b) … has been running

c) … has been getting ready to go to England

d) … has been cooking

e) … has been revising for exams

f) … has been swimming

g) … has been waiting for a long time

V. Revision of the vocabulary

Ex. 10, p. 24: to find the words which cannot go with the noun “Food” tasteful, starving, wealthy, disgusted

VI. Explanation of the new words

Ex. 11, p. 24: to match the words to their definitions

1. tasteful – showing good taste

2. tasteless – having no flavor, without taste

3. tasty – having a pleasant flavor

VII. Evaluating and explanation of the home task

Ex. 5, p. 21-22: to read and translate the texts and complete the sentences below 1. a) … she felt so guilty.

b) … she wanted to be a vegetarian.

c) … no meat.

d) … is a big decision to make.

2. a) … vegetarians look a bit skinny and need to take vitamins.

b) … she doesn’t like seeing animals killed.

c) … wear leather.

d) … it’s natural for humans to eat meat.

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