Англійська мова - Поурочні розробки для вчителя на перше півріччя у 1 класі НУШ - О. Карпюк 2018
Unit 2. My School
· to review the vocabulary of the previous lessons
· to introduce numbers 1-6
· to say nouns in plural form
· to say a counting chant
clap, count, one, two, three, four, five, six
two bags, three pencils
MP, PB, PB Audio, AB, school things, toy chair and a toy table, flashcard # 22,, poster # 7
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to count from 1 to 6. They will be able to say a counting chant. They will be able to identify and say the amount of things from 1 to 6.
· Start with singing a song from the previous lesson. Play the PB Audio (track Unit -2-Les_5-1) holding up a flashcard # 21.
· Place school things, a toy table and a toy chair on your desk.
· Tell a P to come to the front of the class and blindfold him/her.
· Instruct him/her to choose an object from the desk and ask him/her, ‘What is it?’ The P tries to guess what it is by feeling it and saying, ‘Is it a pencil case/ chair/book etc?' The rest of the class shouts ‘Yes, it is' or ‘No, it isn't.'
· Repeat the procedure with other Ps.
MP. Unit 2. Presentation 2
· Get your Ps to watch the screen. Play MP. Ps listen and repeat the numbers 1 - 6. Do it twice.
· Stick poster # 7 on the board and say the numbers in a different order pointing to them on the poster. Encourage Ps to repeat after you.
· Do it again pointing to the appropriate quantity of fingers.
· Ask Ps to show the appropriate quantity of their fingers after they hear what number you say. Do it at random.
MP. Unit 2. Game 2
· Tell the Ps that you are going to play a game. Ps should listen and click the appropriate picture. Play the MP and make pauses after each speaker's number. Ask some Ps to come up one by one and do the task.
· Play the PB Audio (track Unit -2-Les_6-2) and point to the pictures with the numbers on the poster, then to the pictures with school things. Do it again with pauses for Ps to repeat.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
1 - one table
1, 2 - 2 chairs
1, 2, 3 - 3 bags
1, 2, 3, 4 - 4 pencil cases.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - 5 pens
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 - 6 pencils
· Encourage your Ps to say the numbers and amounts of the objects on the poster. First do it in chorus, then randomly ask a few Ps.
· Put e.g., four books, six pens, two pencils, five pencil cases and three bags on your table.
· Repeat the instruction ‘Count' twice and show the action of counting something so that the Ps can understand the meaning of the word ‘count'. Ask them to repeat the word, then address to a P, “Sashko, count the books!”, “Natalia, count the tables!”, etc.
AB p.19 t.1
· Get Ps to open their ABs on page 19 and count different school things. Explain to them that they should match the things in colour with those ones that are at the bottom of the page and write in with the appropriate number.
· Show Ps how to do it. Hold up your AB and count three pens pointing to them, then trace the line matching the coloured pens with the appropriate picture of the object below. Then show you are writing number 3 because there are three pens.
· Ask them to do the same with the rest of the objects depicted.
· Explain to Ps that they should work in pairs showing and saying the quantity of the depicted things to each other. Ps do it in turns.
· Ask a few volunteers to come up to the board and pointing to the pictures say the quantities of the things depicted.
PB p.26 t.1
· Get Ps to open their books on page 26. Draw their attention to the children in the pictures and ask what they are doing. Ps give their answers. Explain to the Ps that you are going to listen to the chant.
· Play PB Audio (track Unit -2-Les_6-1) and clap your hands when you hear ‘clap' three times, then five times.
· Play the audio again. Make pauses after each line of the chant. Get Ps to repeat after the speaker and imitate your actions. Give the appropriate number of claps and point to the Ps when you say ‘you' and to yourself when you say ‘I'. Do it twice.
· Say the chant along with your Ps with doing the actions several times.
· Explain to your Ps that you'll say the number and they should give the corresponding amount of claps.
PB p.26 t.2
· Draw Ps' attention to the children at the bottom of the page and ask them to guess what they are doing. Explain to the Ps that they'll play in pairs. P1 shows P2 a certain amount of his/her fingers. P2 says the appropriate number. They take turns.
Play ‘one to Six’ Game
· Tell a P to come to the front of the class and give him/her six pencils.
· Choose a few Ps and ask them to count the pencils.
· Take away the pencils and get Ps to count them.
· Repeat with other Ps using some other school things (books, pencil cases etc).
· Remind and say the chant of the lesson clapping your hands.
· Wave your hand and say, ‘Goodbye'.
· Draw simple pictures of classroom objects on the board in a row, e.g. four books. Ask, ‘How many (books)?'
· Do simple maths by adding more pictures (e.g., drawing two more books) or by erasing some of your pictures (e.g., three of the books). After each change ask, ‘How many books?' Make sure that the answers are always between 1 and 6.