Англійська мова - Поурочні розробки для вчителя на перше півріччя у 1 класі НУШ - О. Карпюк 2018
Unit 3. Family and Friends
· to practise English names presenting boys and girls
· to introduce personal pronouns in singular
· to develop Ps listening skills
he, she, Tom, Jim, Jane
He is a ... She is a ...
Smiling Sam, the puppet, PB, PB Audio, AB, flashcards # 14 - 17 (characters); flashcards # 31, 32, 33,34, 35, 36, 37, 38; poster # 13.
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to differentiate between boys' and girls' English names. They will be able to rhyme names. Ps will be able to understand what ‘he' and ‘she' mean.
· Review family members using the flashcards. Arrange Ps in a large circle. Hand out the family flashcards to six Ps randomly around the circle. Explain to Ps with the flashcards that they have to say, “Hi. My name is ... Meet my ... “ according to the family member on the card. The six students with the cards practise saying the sentences.
· Play some music. Students pass the flashcards to the left.
· Stop the music. Point in turn to each student with a flashcard. He/She says, “Hi. My name’s ... . This is my... (e.g., grandfather).
· Start the music again. Try to stop the music so that most students get a chance to speak.
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· Get Ps to open their PB on page 1. Play PB Audio (track Unit -3-Les_5-1) Hold up your PB and point to the corresponding character you hear about.
This is Jim. This is Jane.
He is a boy. She is a girl.
· Ask Ps to listen again and point to the character in their PBs.
· Play PB Audio (track Unit -3-Les_5-1) one more time pausing after each sentence for Ps to repeat. Do it twice.
· Hold up a flashcard with a boy character, e.g. Nick and say, “This is Nick. He is a boy.” Take a flashcard with a girl character and say, “This is Liz. She is a girl.” Encourage Ps to repeat after you with every character (Vic, Liz, Nick, Ben).
· Call out boys' and girls' names at random. Your Ps should use a corresponding pronoun ‘he' or ‘she' and say the appropriate sentence, “He is a boy.” or “She is a girl.” Use English names which Ps were learning during the lessons (Lou, Sue, Sam, Max, Mary, Harry, Ann, Meg, Ted, Fred, Emily, Dan, Jim, Jane). Introduce two new names for boys: Lee and Tom.
· Stick poster # 13 to the board and explain to Ps that they will listen to boys and girls. They'll present themselves. Smiling Sam will demonstrate how to present children to someone. And Ps should follow Sam to present the children they hear.
· Play PB Audio (track Unit -3-Les_5-2) and point to the appropriate character on the poster.
Boy: I am a boy. My name is Tom.
Smiley: This is Tom. He is a boy.
Girl: I am a girl. My name is Vic.
Smiley: This is Vic. She is a girl.
Boy: I am a boy. My name is Harry.
Smiley: This is Harry. He is a boy.
Girl: I am a girl. My name is Mary.
Smiley: This is Mary. She is a girl.
Girl: I am a girl. My name is Meg.
Smiley: This is Meg. She is a girl.
Boy: I am a boy. My name is Lee.
Smiley: This is Lee. He is a boy.
· Play PB Audio (track Unit -3-Les_5-2) again pausing after each line for Ps to repeat. While doing this, point to every child who is presented.
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· Get Ps to open ABs on page 28. Ask them if they recognise the characters. Let Ps to colour the pictures.
· Hold up your AB, point to Liz and say, “This is Liz. She is a girl.” Ask Ps to repeat. Tell them to work in pairs. They demonstrate coloured characters in their ABs and present them to each other.
Play a “Chain” Game.
· Arrange Ps in a large circle. Point to a P and say, “This is ... (name). He/She is a boy/girl.” Ask this P to present a classmate who is standing next to him/her (do it clockwise). All Ps should present one of their classmates using an appropriate pronoun (‘he' or 'she').
· Ask Ps to think about rhyming names. Give examples. (e.g., Mary - Harry).
· Draw a shape of a girl and a shape of a boy on the board. Point to the shape of a girl and say, ‘She is Mary.” Address to Ps saying, “Now you say!” Point to the shape of a boy eliciting your Ps to say, ‘He is Harry'. Encourage your Ps to repeat again.
· Go on with other names pointing to the corresponding shape, ‘He is Fred” (Your Ps, ‘He is Ted'), etc. (Lou - Sue, Dan - Ann, Nick - Vic, Tim - Jim, Greg - Meg, Harry - Mary).