Англійська мова - Поурочні розробки для вчителя на друге півріччя у 1 класі НУШ - О. Карпюк 2018

Lesson 2
Unit 6. Happy Birthday!

OBJECTIVES:

·    to introduce and practise new vocabulary

·    to review and practise structures ‘I am ... ’; ‘He is ... ’; ‘She is ... ’; ‘What is this?’; ‘It is ...’

·    to introduce and practise numbers

VOCABULARY:

seven, eight, nine, ten, number

STRUCTURE:

I am ...; He is ...; She is ...; What is this? It is ...

MATERIALS:

PB, AB, PB Audio, MP, poster #23, pins or some tape, paper, pencils of different colours, paper stars with numbers, flashcards # 81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87

OUTCOMES:

By the end of the lesson Ps will be able to count to ten. They will also be able to say their age and the age of somebody else.

WARM-UP

Hockey by Numbers

·    Divide your class into two teams that sit on opposite sides of the room; each team member is numbered. At each end of the room there is a goal (it can be two chairs and a table). In the centre of the room put a balloon and two hockey sticks made up of rolled-up newspaper.

·    You shout a number and the P with that numper from each side runs up, picks up a stick and tries to propel the balloon through the opponent’s goal. After scoring a goal, or at any time during the game, you can shout another number; the current players immediately drop their sticks and two new players enter the game and take over. The team that scores the most goals wins.

PRESENTATION

MP Unit 6. Songs and Rhymes. 2

PB p.70, t.1

·    Play MP (Unit-6-Songs_and_Rhymes-2) and ask Ps to watch the screen and listen.

or

·    Stick the poster # 23 and Play PB Audio (track Unit-6-Les_2-1) pointing to the stars in the poster.

Script

One little, two little, three little stars,

Four little, five little, six little stars,

Seven little, eight little, nine little stars...

Ten little stars in the sky!

Ten little, nine little, eight little stars,

Seven little, six little, five little stars,

Four little, three little, two little stars,

One little star in the sky!

·    Play the audio again making pauses for Ps to repeat.

·    Play the audio again and get Ps to sing along.

PRACTICE

Find the Star

·    Before the lesson put the stars with numbers 1-10 in different places of the classroom.

·    Explain to Ps that you are going to call out a number and they should find the star with this number.

·    The P who collects the most stars, wins the game.

PB p.70, t.2

·    Take flashcards # 81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87 and start showing them to Ps one by one asking, ‘What is this?’.

·    Get Ps to answer ‘It's ...’.

·    Shuffle the flashcards, put them on the desk and face them down. Ask a volunteer to come and pick up one of them, but ask him/her not to show it to others.

·    Encourage the P to ask his/her classmates, ‘What is this?’ and let Ps try to guess. They have 3 attempts. Then ask another volunteer.

AB p.51, t.1

·    Get Ps to open their ABs on page 51 and ask them to take their pencils and crayons.

·    Explain to them that you are going to call out a number and they should colour a candle that has this number.

·    Check whether Ps colour the right numbers.

PB p.70, t.3

·    Play PB Audio (track Unit-6-Les_2-3) and point to the poster # 23.

Script

I am seven. He is ten. She is nine.

·    Play the audio again making pauses for Ps to repeat.

·    Explain to Ps that people say their age using the structure ‘I am ... ‘. Let Ps say one by one their age, e.g. ‘I am six/seven.’

PB p.70, t.4

·    Ask Ps to take some paper and make badges. Tell them to write their age on it. Help them to write their names. Make a badge for yourself.

·    Get your Ps to sit in a circle. Sit together with them and start the game. Point to your badge and say, e.g. ‘I am ... ‘ (your age), then point to your neighbour's badge and say, e.g. ‘He/She is six.’

·    Encourage Ps to continue the game clockwise.

ENDING

AB p.51, t.2

·    Get Ps to open their ABs on page 51. Tell them to count the objects in pictures and match the appropriate picture to the appropriate number.

·    Ask several Ps randomly.