Урок англійської мови у 5 класі "Past Simple"

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Метою уроку було вивчення минулого неозначеного часу на основі творчості письменника-земляка Олександра Прилуцького.
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                                                      Lesson plan

Group: 5

Topic: Past Simple

Objectives: to continue learning Past Simple; to complete and act out the dialogues; to learn new words and word combinations; to develop reading and writing skills; to study literary texts by Olexandr Prylutskyi.

Outcomes: By the end of the lesson the learners will be able to complete sentences in Past Simple and act out the dialogues using learnt words and word combinations.

Materials: posters, a ball, worksheets, grammar cards, a video, flashcards “The Weather”

                                                        PROCEDURES

Stage I 

Greeting

  • Hello.
  • Hello.
  • How are you?
  • We are fine, thank you. And you?
  • I am well, thank you. Nice to see you.
  • Nice to see you too.

Stage II

Warm up

1. Phonetic drill.

-Let's revise the letter "N". Sound [n].

(Reading phonics on the poster)

Brainstorming.

- Name the words which start with the phonic [n]

2. Oral speaking

Work in pairs.

 Showing flashcards the pupils ask each other "What was the weather like yesterday?" and using these ones they answer “It was…"

Stage III

Aims

  • Today we’re continuing learning Past Simple. When you meet foreigners abroad you’ll be able to tell them about your past events and your childhood and understand their speech. You’ll be good friends.

Stage IV

The main part of the lesson

1. Reading and translating the text by Olexandr Prylutskyi

    Once upon a time a little boy Maxim and his family lived in a big city N. His nickname was Neposyda. He never did what he was asked about and did everything the other way round. He was offended when he was called “the baby” as he had been in the first form for two weeks. He wasn’t a baby any more. His parents worked and Maxymko stayed with his grandmother who led him to school as there were a lot of cars and they had to cross the road.

      -Max, wait a minute, please. I’ll see you to school , - the granny said.

      That was like a push on his back! He took a bag, unlocked the door quietly and sneaked out. In a minute he stood at the noisy crossroads which was full of huge cars, buses and trolleybuses. Some people were passing by, the others were walking on the white lines but he was standing as if he was stuck to the ground. He was frightened. Maxymko used to cross that terrible place with his grandma. He didn’t know what to do any more. He was embarrassed to come back home. He felt confused. There were tears in his eyes because he felt confused and frightened.

      -What’s happened to you? – the pedestrians asked him. But sobbing the boy kept silent and was ashamed of telling about his problem.

      -You’re here! – the grandma said strictly. – I said you to wait. But you didn’t listen to me and got into trouble.

      In a second the grandmother became kinder.

      -Do you want to go to school on your own?

      He nodded his head.

      -Firstly, you need to be in the magic country of “Striped Stick” where your teacher will take you to.She’ll also help you to learn road traffic rules. Then you’ll be able to walk down the streets freely and I’ll allow you to go to school by yourself.

       Max smiled. And taking his granny’s hand they went to school.

 2. Explaining new grammatical material and learning Past Simple.

        Pupils underline sentences in Past Simple in the text.

3.  Rest time

        Watching the video and singing the song “Marry had a little lamb”. Everybody has got the lyrics of it.

Mary had a little lamb

Little lamb, little lamb

Mary had a little lamb

Its fleece was white as snow

And everywhere that Mary went

Mary went,Mary went

Everywhere that Mary went

The lamb was sure to go

 

He followed her to school one day

School one day, school one day

He followed her to school one day

Which was against the rule

It made the children laugh and play

Laugh and play, laugh and play

It made the children laugh and play

To see a lamb at school

 

And so the teacher turned it out

Turned it out, turned it out

And so the teacher turned it out

But still he lingered near

And waited patiently

Patiently, patiently

And waited patiently

Till Mary did appear

 

Mary had a little lamb

Little lamb, little lamb

Mary had a little lamb

Its fleece was white as snow

And everywhere that Mary went

Mary went, Mary went

Everywhere that Mary went

The lamb was sure to go

 

3. Learning irregular verbs. Work in groups with grammar cards. Writing down the sentences in the copybooks.

Complete the sentences by changing the verbs in brackets into the correct Past tense forms. Name the irregular verbs.

                                                       Card 1

1/ A little boy Maxim and his family … ( to live) in a big city N.

2/ He … (to take) his bag, … (to unlock)the doorquietly and … (to sneak out).

3/ There … (to be) a lot of cars and they …. (to have) to cross the road.

                                                       Card 2

      1/ In a minute he… (to stand) at the noisy crossroads which … (to be) full of huge cars, buses and trolleybuses.

2/ He … (to nod)his head.

3/ Maxymko … (to smile).

                                                         Card 3

1/ And taking his granny’s hand they… (to go) to school.

2/ I … (to say) you to wait.

    3/ His parents …(to work) and Maxymko… (to stay) with his grandmother who … (to lead) him to school

Card 4

  1/ In a second the granny … (to become) kinder.

       2/ The pedestrians … (to ask) him.

      3/ The boy (to keep) silent

 

4. Work in pairs. Making up the dialogues using the irregular verbs from the short story. Acting them out.

V. The ending of the lesson

    1. Feedbacks.

- What was easy at this lesson?

- What was difficult for you?

- What didn’t you have to do when you were in the first form?

2. Hometask

- Predict the next paragraph of the story using Past Simple and write it down in the copybook.

 

 

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