The Plan of the Lesson
I. The SUBJECT OF THE LESSON: “Computer world. Future action
(be going to)” II. The aims:
• to teach new words;
• To practice “be going to”;
• To encourage students to join in a discussion; 2)Educational:
• to develop pupils’ memory and attention 3)Cultural:
• to bring a sense of respectful attitude to culture, traditions and customs of other countries.
III. Audio-visual aids:
• Word cards
The Procedure of the Lesson I. Preliminaries.
-Good morning dear children! I’m glad to see you.
- Who is on duty today? Who is absent today?
Now let’s read the tongue-twister.
1st time let’s do it carefully.
Then as fast as you can.
III. Home-lesson checking.
- What were you given to prepare for today?
- Let’s check it. IV.New material presentation New words:
Printer - a machine for printing text or pictures
Screen -a flat panel or area on an electronic device such as a television, computer, or smartphone, on which images and data are displayed.
Keyboard - a panel of keys that operate a computer or typewriter.
Monitor - a device used for observing, checking, or keeping a continuous record of something.
Mouse pad - material on which a computer mouse is moved.
Laptop -a computer that is portable and suitable for use while travelling.
The positive and negative structures for Be Going To are as follows:
I am going to
I am not going to
You are going to
You are not going to
He is going to
He is not going to
She is going to
She is not going to
It is going to
It is not going to
We are going to
We are not going to
You are going to
You are not going to
They are going to
They are not going to
The structure BE GOING TO is normally used to indicate the future in English. We use this structure:
1. When we have already decided or we INTEND to do something in the future. (Prior Plan)
The decision has been made before the moment of speaking.
• I'm going to India next year.
• We talked about it yesterday and I'm going to quit my job tomorrow.
2. When there are definite signs that something is going to happen. (Evidence) Something is likely to happen based on the evidence or experience you have. It's so cold! I think it is going to snow
1. Find and circle the words in the word search puzzle and number the pictures
2. Multiple Choice Test.
Look at the pictures ,choose and circle the correct option.
3. Task “Easy Sentences”
Guys , choose one mini-card with a word and make up any sentence with this word.
4. Listening comprehension.
Listen and read.
Tom: Hey Bob, are you going to the computer fair on Saturday?
Tom: At McHill School. It’s brilliant. You can all the latest technology.
Bob: Sounds good.
Tom: I am going to get a new laptop.
Bob: Actually. I need a wireless mouse.
Tom: Great. Let’s go together.
Bob: How are you going to get there?
Tom: By bus. So, are you coming?
Bob: Why not?
At the computer fair
Bob: You were right about this fair. It’s out of this world. This mouse was a real bargain.
Tom: Yeah,I love my new laptop. It was It was so cheap! Are you going to buy anything else?
Bob: Yeah, I definitely want a printer.
Tom: OK.I am going to get something to drink. Do you fancy something?
Bob: No, thanks. Meet you at the exit in a while, OK?
1. How do Tom and Bob get to the computer fair?
2. What do they buy at the fair?
3. Where are Tom and Bob going to meet in the end?
5.Worksheeet (be going to)
What are they going to do when they get home?
- Discuss your plans for the weekend.
What are going to do on Saturday morning?
I am going to…
Sounds great. What about in the afternoon?
VI.Relaxation period. Game “A Palm”
- The rules of this game are:
I say a sentence what I am going to do at the weekends. If you plan to do the same, you bend one finger. Then another pupil says his/her plans. If someone bends 5 fingers, that one will lose . The winner will be just one.
Write down your home work – learn new words by heart.
Make up a dialogue , using new words and grammar structure “be going to” VIII.Evaluation.
Today’s topic was very interesting.
I am really pleased to work with you today