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Topic: Relationships with friends, how to be a good friend

Learning goals: To teach the pupils:

  • to recognize, understand and operate new words and word-combinations when listening, reading the text and doing exercises;
  • to speak about being a good friend
  • to break the ice and foster a safe environment for learning.

To develop skills of speaking and reading, listening

To teach pupils about the importance of friendship

To encourage pupils to use English creatively

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Lessons 75                                                                                                                           form 10                       

Topic: Relationships with friends, how to be a good friend

Learning goals:   To teach the pupils:

  • to recognize, understand and operate new words and word-combinations when listening,  reading the text and doing exercises;
  • to speak about being a good friend
  • to break the ice and foster a safe environment for learning.
  • To develop skills of speaking and reading, listening
  • To teach pupils about the importance of friendship
  • To encourage pupils to use English creatively

Materials and equipment: printed copies of the text, the set of handouts ,video, audio

 

Procedure of the lesson

 

I introduction

Lets start with listening to the song, while listening think about its name, try to guess it

by Bruno Mars

so what is the title? – count on me

Are there people in your life who you can count on? who are they? 

That is what friends are supposed to do, don’t you agree with this?

 

II main part

1.video watching

Before watching

group work

And what are the features of people u can count on? In small groups you are welcome to make a list of features, prove your ideas

While watching

Write out the 4 advices of how to become a person others can count on

After watching

Checking / discussion

1 keep the promise realistic

2.keep promises in sight

3.report problems early

4.be honest

2.Reading

Before- reading

speaking about you Are you a good friend? Would you always be there when your friends need you? Are you a person others can count on? Try this quiz to find out!

Preparation

Match the vocabulary with the correct definition and write a–f next to the numbers

 1–6.

1……..

mates

a.

behave (in a certain way) towards someone

2……..

be away

b.

timid, nervous or embarrassed when with other people

3……..

coming up

c.

be on a trip, not at home

4……..

shy

d.

friends

5……..

take advantage of someone

e.

use someone unfairly, especially if they are trying to be
nice or help you

6……..

treat someone (well/badly/etc.)

f.

happening soon

 

PreparationKEYS

1. d
2. c
3. f

4. b
5. e
6. a

 

 

reading
after reading

1. Check your understanding: true or false

Circle True or False for these sentences.

1.

You can do this quiz to find out if you are a good friend.

True

False

2.

In question 1, your friend can easily get a bus or taxi.

True

False

3.

In question 2, you can give your friend maths classes without causing
difficulties for yourself.

True

False

4.

In question 3, you think the person you like would prefer to go out with
your friend.

True

False

5.

In question 4, your friend is thinking about a permanent change to
his/her body.

True

False

6.

If you answer mostly Cs, you are not a good friend.

True

False

 

2. Check your understanding: multiple choice

Circle a, b or c for these sentences.

1.

In question 1, which answer is the most helpful for your friend?

a

b

c

2.

Which answer in question 1 sounds good but probably won't work?

a

b

c

3.

In question 2, which answer involves the biggest risk for you?

a

b

c

4.

Which answer in question 2 takes the least amount of your time?

a

b

c

5.

In question 3, which answer has an expression that says it's OK to
behave badly if you are in love?

a

b

c

6.

Which answer in question 3 is the best for your friend?

a

b

c

7.

In question 4, which answer is the most honest?

a

b

c

8.

Which answer in question 4 is the least responsible?

a

b

c

keys

1. Check your understanding: true or false

1. True
2. False
3. False

4. False
5. True
6. True

 

2. Check your understanding: multiple choice

1. a
2. b
3. c
4. c

5. c
6. a
7. c
8. b


3. SPEAKING

Group work

To sum up you are to make a recipe of friendship using the information you have got at the lesson, present your ideas

Ingredients

1. A bowl of sense of humour

2. Two bowls of honesty

3. A pinch of generosity

4. A cup of patience

5. Two slices of trust

6. A bottle of acceptance

7. A packet of understanding

8. Half a loaf of care

III FINAL PART

Homework   EX 11,P 72 (or)         Ex 17 p 75 (or)

Summarizing

What did we do today? What was the most interesting / difficult task? What did you like best of all?

Thanks to everybody. You have been very active and everybody tried to share his opinion. Your marks are… . Our lesson is over, 2.              Saying good-bye

 

 

 

Reading   Before- reading

Preparation

Match the vocabulary with the correct definition and write a–f next to the numbers

 1–6.

1……..

mates

a.

behave (in a certain way) towards someone

2……..

be away

b.

timid, nervous or embarrassed when with other people

3……..

coming up

c.

be on a trip, not at home

4……..

shy

d.

friends

5……..

take advantage of someone

e.

use someone unfairly, especially if they are trying to be
nice or help you

6……..

treat someone (well/badly/etc.)

f.

happening soon

after reading

1. Check your understanding: true or false

Circle True or False for these sentences.

1.

You can do this quiz to find out if you are a good friend.

True

False

2.

In question 1, your friend can easily get a bus or taxi.

True

False

3.

In question 2, you can give your friend maths classes without causing
difficulties for yourself.

True

False

4.

In question 3, you think the person you like would prefer to go out with
your friend.

True

False

5.

In question 4, your friend is thinking about a permanent change to
his/her body.

True

False

6.

If you answer mostly Cs, you are not a good friend.

True

False

 

2. Check your understanding: multiple choice

Circle a, b or c for these sentences.

1.

In question 1, which answer is the most helpful for your friend?

a

b

c

2.

Which answer in question 1 sounds good but probably won't work?

a

b

c

3.

In question 2, which answer involves the biggest risk for you?

a

b

c

4.

Which answer in question 2 takes the least amount of your time?

a

b

c

5.

In question 3, which answer has an expression that says it's OK to
behave badly if you are in love?

a

b

c

6.

Which answer in question 3 is the best for your friend?

a

b

c

7.

In question 4, which answer is the most honest?

a

b

c

8.

Which answer in question 4 is the least responsible?

a

b

c

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A RECIPE OF FRIENDSHIP

Use the words:

 

A bowl of    Two bowls of      A pinch of       A cup of

 Two slices of       A bottle of     A packet of  Half a loaf of

 

 

Ingredients: