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Part of the lesson

Tasks

Time

1

Organizational

Moment


-to greet pupils.

5 min

2

Repeating last lesson

- to give pupils some questions about last lesson.

5 min

3

Explaining new theme

- to explain to pupils new vocabulary and theme

20 min

4

Consolidating new theme.

- to consolidate new theme and new words of the theme.

10 min

5

Marking.

- To mark pupils

5 min

6

Homework.

- Giving homework.


I Org.moment:

Greeting


Checking the register

II Revising last lesson.

III Explaining new theme:

IV. Pre-activity

Activity 1 Listen and sing.

Objectives: to recycle domestic animals; to warm up.

The song “Old McDonald had a farm”.

Play the DVD. Ask the pupils to listen to the song and sing along with the DVD.

Look at Unit 14, Lesson 1, Warm up for the DVD script.




Old Mac Donald had a farm,

E-I-E-I-O.

And on his farm he had a cow,

E-I-E-I-O.

With a “moo”, “moo” there

And a “moo”, “moo” there

Here a “moo”, here a “moo”,


Everywhere a “moo”, “moo”.

Old Mac Donald had a farm

E-I-E-I-O.

Old Mac Donald had a farm

E-I-E-I-O.


(The song goes on with the words “pig”, “horse” and “chick”

instead of “cow” and “snort”, “neigh” and “pac” instead of “moo”)
V. While-activity

Activity 2a Answer the questions.

Objectives: to present domestic animals; to enable the pupils to use words for domestic animals.

STEP 1: Pupils already know the animals in the picture from the Class 1. Anyway, revise the animals and introduce the word “donkey” and “a mouse” in the following way: Show animal flashcards and have the pupils say the words for domestic animals (horse, cow, rooster). Also show the flashcard of a bee and have them say the word “bee”, show the flashcards of a donkey and a mouse one by one and ask the pupils to repeat the words after you several times.

STEP 2: Ask them the questions presented in the Pupil’s book and get their answers. Revise animal actions too (run, jump, walk, swim, fly).

STEP 3: Ask the pupils to make pairs. One of them should say the words for the animals and the other points to the picture. Then they change the roles.

1 Where are the animals?

2 What animals can you see?

3 What can they do?


Activity 2b Look in the Wordlist.

Objective: to practise working with the Wordlist

Ask the pupils to work in pairs. They look up the wordlist to find the new words and their meanings.




donkey mouse tail


Activity 3a Read and say what horses can do. 5 min

Objectives: to improve the pupils’ reading skills; to prepare for the next activity.

Explain to the pupils that this is an entry about a hoarse from encyclopedia. Ask them to read the sentences attentively and try to understand the meaning. They can discuss it with their partners.




      • Horses are big animals.

      • They are white, black and brown.

      • They can run, jump and swim.

      • They like eating grass.


Activity 3b Choose an animal and write.

Objective: to improve the pupils’ writing skills

Ask the pupils to choose any domestic animal and write an encyclopedia entry of it in their Workbooks like the one in Activity 3a.


Activity 4a Work in pairs. Play “What animal am I?”

Objective: to consolidate all the learnt material

Ask the pupils to work in pairs. Pupil A describes an animal as in the example in the book and Pupil B finds what animal it is. Then they change the roles.




e.g.

A: I live on the farm. I can run and jump.

I like eating grass, I have four legs and a long tail. I am brown.

B: Are you a horse?



A: Yes!


Activity 4b Work in groups. On the Farm

Objective: to consolidate all the learnt farm animals, to classify the following words under the appropriate heading, to give the names of the farm animals.

a rabbit/a fig /potatoes /a goat/onions/ hens/cucumber/cows/apriccots/lettuce / a duck/an apple/carrot/turkey/tomatoes / watermelon/a horse/a banana/donkey/ almonds/cabbage/oranges/strawberries / green pepper



ANIMALS :………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

FRUIT :………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

VEGETABLES :…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….













Activity 4c Work in pairs. On the Farm

Objective: to choose right name of the pictures for the table.



On the farm


N ot on the farm








VI. Post-activity
Activity5a Work in pairs. On the Farm

Objective: to cut the words and glue them under the right picture.




VII Marking.

VIII Homework.

Ask the pupils to look at the Homework and read the example text about tigers. Explain that they must write similar texts for lions and crocodiles.





e.g.

Tigers are big cats.

They are black and yellow.

They can run, jump, swim and bite.


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