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Good morning deaRpupils! Let's look at the blackboard and answer for my question: "What is it poem about? Of course, it's winter. Today we have the last autumn lesson and what season comes after autumn? It's winter. We are going to speak about seasons and weather. The snow is falling
The wind is blowing The ground is white
All day and all night
This is the season
When morning is dark
And birds do not sing
In forest and park
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Answer the questions:
l) How many seasons are there in a year? 2) How many months are there in each season?
3) When can you play snowballs?
4) When can you swim in the river?
5) When can you eat many tasty fruit?
6) When can you see the first flowers?
Well done friends. Now listen these short text and guess what season is it.
a) It is hot and sunny. You wear shorts and t-shorts. You wear sandals on your feet (summer)
b) It is cold and snowy. It's windy too. You wear coats, hats, gloves and boots. (winter)
c) It is cool and cloudy. It often rains. You wear jeans, warm sweaters and raincoats.
(autumn) d) It is warm and sunny. It sometimes rains. You wear jackets jeans and shoes. (spring)
Well, and now pay attention to the new vocabulary: a calendar — Ka.neHAap a celebration — CBHTKYBaHHA a degree — rpaayc a temperature — TeMnepaTypa changeable — MiHJIHBMii to celebrate — CBATKYBaTH above\below zero — BHUxe\HVDKqe HYJIA to look forward to — cr10AiBaTucb Ha, oqiKYBaTH to be on the way — 6YTH Ha npaBHJ1bHOMY mnqxy I can't believe it — He MO)KY B I-le 110BiPHTH what about it? — a AK 1110A0 UbOro
Make up as many sentences as you can:
1amreally looking our holidays
Youisforward tomy birthday
Hearethe football match
Shewarm days wecelebrating New Year Theyhaving the party
The end of the term
V. Group work.
Let's unite in four groups: Who likes autumn, who doesn't like autumn, who likes winter, who doesn't like winter. Tell us why you like this seasons, what you like to do in this season. (AiTH 3a BJ1aC1--1HM 6amcaHHAM 3a Pi3HUMH CTOnaMH, p03n0AiJIM0Tb 060B '13KH Mix C060YO Ta no qep3i p03110BinaK)Tb npo nopu POKY).
And now please open your workbooks on page 37 and do exercise l.
Well, look at the blackboard and combine the words. Make-up some sentences.
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Read the dialogue on page 61 and be ready to answer the questions:
1) What season is coming? 2) Are the days long?
3) What activities do you have in winter?
4) Where are they going to have a new year party?
5) What are the girls going to wear?
6) Why aren't the children surprised about it?
VIll. Relaxation. Game
Every season has it's holidays and festivals. And every country has It's own traditions. I'd like to tell you about one more English tradition. It's May Day. May Day is on the first Monday in may. Maypole dancing is a tradition on May Day. We have a Maypole at our lesson. It is a stick with coloured ribbons. Choose any ribbon you like, read the ideas for things to do during the holidays, guess what holiday is it? Ideas on the ribbons of the Maypole:
l) Let's buy some chocolate eggs (Easter).
2) What about making a card with a big red heart on it? (st.Valentine's day)
3) Let's play a trick on our teacher! (April Fool's Day)
4) What about having a Dracula Party? (Halloween)
5) Let's sing some carols while we are decorating the tree? (New Year)
6) Do you prepare your socks for presents? (Christmas)
7) Why don't we buy some flowers for Mum? (Mothers Day)
8) Let's go trick-or-threat? (Halloween)
9) Are you going to be the first footing? (New Year)
IX. Summary and Homework.
I'd like to say a few words in conclusion. I am so pleased with your work today. I think that it was interesting for you. Tell me, did you enjoy your lesson? What did we do today?
Your marks for today are
And now please open your daybooks and write down your homework:
Write a composition about winter.
Our lesson is over, good bye children.