Участник:Ганькина Ольга Алексеевна
Ганькина Ольга Алексеевна, учитель английского языка МОУ Романовская СОШ р.п.Романовка Романовского района Саратовской области им. И.В. Серещенко. [[Файл:Lesson plan. Азарова С.И. и др. Учебник Милли/Millie для 4 кл. общеобраз. учрежд., Millie 4, Unit 9 ”My Travelogue”, Lesson 3 ’’Giving directions’’ Aim: By the end of the lesson Pp will be able to give directions using the prepositions of movement. Skills: listening for details, reading for recognition of new language, reading for details, speaking, writing New Language: treasure hunt, go through, round, over, across, back, dangerous Revision: turn left/right, go, between, behind, scared, grass, ghost, eye, crocodiles, fish, tiger, dangerous Activity/Time Aim Teacher Does/Says Pupils Say/Do Comments
2 min To revise the directions north/south/east/west Sing the rap to the music and point to the directions north/south/east/west Sing the rap to the music and point to the directions north/south/east/west Use L2, ex.2
5 min To revise the words Pp learnt at the last lesson Read out the true sentences AB Ex.1;2 Read out the true sentences AB Ex.1;2 Use AB Ex.1;2 p.56-57
Action chant ’’Treasure Hunt’’ 10 min To learn new words treasure hunt, go through, round, over, across, back, dangerous
To check understanding
1. Remind Pp that the girl named Treasure Hunt was doing to sail to an island to hunt for treasure. - It’s a treasure hunt. Let’s go on a treasure hunt. Play the recording and mime the actions, encourage Pp to join in the actions.
2.Ask Pp to read the chant silently and match the pictures with the verses. Name a picture and ask Pp to read aloud the appropriate verse Listen to the recording and mime the actions
Pp to read the chant silently and match the pictures with the verses. Pp read aloud the appropriate verse Tall wavy grass – wave hands up in front of you; High rocky mountains – hands up, show zigzag line, imitate climbing the mountains; Dark gloomy swamp – imitate lifting hands and feet out of sticky liquid; Dark spooky cave – mime walking, frightened, through a cave with your index finger on mouth; Go over/through/ round/across – show appropriate gestures. U9 Ex.1 p.96 To develop speaking skills 3.Explain the situation and ask Pp what they will do. - These are high rocks. There’s a beautiful park behind them. What will you do to get there? - What’s Dima doing? Pp comment on their friends actions. - I’ll go over the rocks (go across the bridge, go through the cave, go round the forest).
- He’s going over the mountains (across the bridge, through the cave, round the forest). . Put two chairs in front of the class to represent a bridge, cave, rocks, forest. Use PCs with bridge, cave, rocks, forest Pre-listening 3 min To introduce the word dangerous Look at the map and name all the dangerous places on the island. -What dangerous places can you see on the map? -Why is it dangerous? Look at the map and name all the dangerous places on the island. -The beach (the jungle, the cave).
-There are snakes (lions, pirates) on the beach. U9 Ex.2 p.97 Listen and find the treasure 7 min To develop listening skills for gist 1)Suggest Pp to take e.g. a rubber and put it on the red arrow. When the announcer says ‘ Take three steps,’ it means you have to count three squares. 2) Listen and name or point to the place where you are. 3)Ask Pp where the treasure is. Pp listen to the instructions and follow the route to find and mark the treasure spot on the map.
Listen and name or point to the place where they are. Answer the question. Use the map on page 97, check if they really got to the place where the treasure is
Decode the note
2 min To develop writing skills Look at the note and decode it. Look at the note and decode it and check by the key Use Ex.3 p.97 The key is on the board Play the game ’’Treasure Hunt’’ 12 min To develop speaking skills, to use new words Demonstrate how to play the game. Ask Pp to read the first instruction with the question. Take a coin and say ‘ Heads or tails? Heads – you choose the white answer, tails – you choose the pink one.’ If it is dangerous the P missies a turn. If not, s/he puts her/his counter on the corresponding square. The winner is the P who to the treasure first. Split the class into pairs and let Pp play the game. Ask Pp what the safe way of getting to the treasure is. A P read the first instruction with the question. Take a coin and toss it. Then s/he reads the answer of the corresponding colour. If it is dangerous the P missies a turn. If not, s/he puts her/his counter on the corresponding square.
First go through the jungle. Don’t do to the castle. Sail across the lake. Use Ex.3 p.97
Ask Pp to put a treasure mark on the map they drew in the previous lesson. Give instructions to each other in pairs to find the treasure. Pp play the game AB Ex.2 p.57 2 min To personalise Ask Pp if they like the game. Give their opinions. Homework 2 min AB Ex.1 Ask Pp to look at the pictures and fill in the sentences with the missing words from the box. AB Ex.2 Ask Pp to decode and copy the message. AB Ex.3 Ask Pp to read the instructions and make a puzzle for their friends in their exercise books. Write down homework in their diaries, ask questions if they have got some.
Post-lesson reflection note. 1.Twelve pupils are in my group in the 4th Form. They are ten and eleven years old. Leading learning styles are playing games, sing songs, action chants, translation, pictures, guessing from the text. My pupils like English lessons and like to learn English, because our lessons are interesting and fun. To teach my pupils I use ”Millie” for the 4th Form. 2. I worked with the prepositions of movement in the lesson. 3. At the presentation stage I used mime, action chant, guessing from the context, pictures. 4. At the practice stage pupils listened to the text and followed by the map to find treasure (Ex.2 p.97), decoded the note ( Exercise 3 page 97), and play the game ”Treasure Hunt”. 5. Children were very active and attentive during all the lesson. All of the pupils of the group took part in the lesson. They liked mime and the game ” Treasure Hunt” most of all. Pupils were fun and happy. They liked the lesson. ]]