Theme: Welcome to Ukraine
Main aims: to develop basic skills
Subsidiary aims: to introduce and practise vocabulary
Teaching aids, materials, equipment: a TV set and a DVD player, a book, a workbook O.Karpiuk “English 6”
|Timing||Procedure||Subsidiary aims||Aids||Interaction pattern|
|1 m||Greeting, setting aims||Getting ready for the lesson||T|
|3 m||Warm up||Getting ready for the lesson Improving pronunciation skills||T-Ps|
|2 m||Vocabulary Practice||Introducing and practicing vocabulary||T-Ps|
|6 m||Watching a video and making a mind map||Developing skills of generalization||A TV set, a DVD player||T-P1-P2-P3|
|8 m||Reading||Improving reading skills||Books||T-Ps|
|5 m||Listening Practice||Improving listening skills||A CD player||P1-P2-P3|
|3 m||Break||Having rest||A CD player|
|10 m||Speaking Practice||Improving speaking skills||T-Ps|
|5 m||Grammar Practice||Revising and practising the use of short agrees||Notes||T-P1-P2-P3-P4|
|2 m||Summing up||Making conclusions, grading, giving home task|
I. Getting ready for the lesson
1. Greeting, setting aims
Good morning, dear ladies and gentlemen. Take your seats and get ready for the lesson.
Today we’re going on talking about the country we live in.
At the lesson we are to talk about Ukraine; do reading and listening tasks; learn new words on the topic; revise grammar topic.
2. Warm up
As usually let’s start the lesson with a warm up. Listen to it paying special attention to its rhythm and intonation.
(Pupils listen to a Jazz Chant and pronounce it)
That’s great. Thanks a lot.
II. Main part
1. Vocabulary Practice (Slides 4-10)
Today we’re to learn some new words on the topic. Have a look at the blackboard. Let’s practice new vocabulary. The first three words and a word combination belong to international vocabulary and can be easily understood and remembered.
· a stereotype
· a style
· a tourist
· a sense of humour
We are going to practise these words. Your task is to fill in the gaps with new vocabulary.
· My friend has got quite a good __________.
· It’s just a _______ that all Ukrainians like borsch.
· August, 24, 1991 is a _________ date in the history of Ukraine.
· R’n’B is a music ______.
· _________ are interested in visiting Ukraine.
· Luhansk Oblast is situated in _________ Ukraine.
(Pupils do the task).
That’s great. Thanks.
Keep on working as hard as you can.
2. Watching a video and making a mind map “Tourist Attractions in Ukraine”
We are to watch a video “Welcome to Ukraine” and think of tourist attractions in our country.
(Pupils watch the video and give suggestions to the mind map).
traditions art music places of interest
Welcome to Ukraine
cuisine history famous people __________
Good of you.
Open your books, page 112, exercise 1.
Look at the map of our country.
What can you say about Ukraine?
Is it large?
Are there many big cities in Ukraine?
What symbols can you see on the map?
What do they mean?
We’re going to read the text and complete the sentences in exercise 2.
(Pupils read in turn.)
(Pupils complete the sentences.)
We’re going on learning more about Ukraine. You are to listen to the text and answer the questions.
Ukraine has a population of 47 million people. It is the seсond most populous сountry of the former Soviet Union, after Russia. But its population is diminishing due to emigrаtion and low birth rаtes.
72% of Ukraine’s population are Ukrаinians. Other ethniс groups widely spreаd in Ukraine are: Russians (22%), Belarussiаns, Polish, Jews, Bulgarians, Hungarians and Тatars (less than 1% eасh).
Мore and more people are moving from villаges to towns and сities. Тhere are five сities with а population of more than l million.Тhese are: Кyiv, Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk and Odessa.
Тhe stаte languаge is Ukrainiаn. It belongs to the Еastern-Slavonliaс languаge group. Many people believe that the Ukrainian lаnguage is very melodious, the seсond most melodious in the world, аfter ltalian.
1. How many people live in Ukraine?
2. How many of them are Ukrainians?
3. What other ethnic groups live in Ukraine?
4. How many cities are more than 1 million?
5. What is the state language in our country?
BREAK (a song)
Are you tired? What about having a rest?
Clap your hands,
Touch your toes,
Turn around and put your finger on your nose.
Flap your arms,
Jump up high,
Wiggle your fingers and reach for the sky.
One of the most important things in the world is communication. Every day you talk to lots of people: over the phone, sending messages, surfing the Net. Some of your pals may know little or even nothing about Ukraine.
Have a look at the mind map and introduce your country.
(Pupils tell about Ukraine.)
6. Grammar Practice
What about revising some grammar?
OK. Let’s go. We’re to remember short replies used to agree with a previous statement. (A scheme is on the board).
-------------- ============= So/Neither (Nor) ====== --------
(Pupils help to comment the scheme).
Let’s have some practice. Your task is agree with a statement you get.
7. Summing up
So today we’ve done a lot: learnt new words, discussed the topic, listened to the texts, and revised the grammar topic.
You’ve been working hard trying to do your best. Your grades are __________. Thanks a lot.
Your home task for the next lesson is ex.1 page 68 (workbook).
The lesson is over. You may be free. See you on Thursday.