|Long-term plan unit: Unit 3: Eating.||School №140|
|Date: 25.11.2016||Teacher names: Dandesova M|
|Grade: 7 “Б”|
|Theme of the lesson:||Our favourite recipes.|
|Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to|| -Presentation of recipes
— Reading the text “Stone soup”
— to revise some/ any
|Lesson objectives||All learners will be able to:
· listen and repeat the words, follow the instruction according to the task
Most learners will be able to:
· use some /any correctly in the sentences
Some learners will be able to:
· recognise and name most of the words according to the topic, use some/any , to speak about the text using grammatical structures correctly
|Success criteria||Students will have succeeded in this class if they:
1. Name words correctly
2. Followed the instruction of the teacher immediately with support
|Value links||Respect and cooperation by:
1. Listening to the teacher
2. Listening to each other
|Cross curricular links||Kazakh language and literature, Russian language and literature (naming things in Kazakh, Russian and English)|
|ICT skills||PPT -By teacher, interactive websites|
|Previous learning||Revision of the words – food, vocabulary|
|Planned timings||Planned activities (replace the notes below with your planned activities)||Resources|
Teacher greets students; students respond to greeting and take their places.
Hello, children! How are you?
The class will be divided into 3 groups by choosing photos of fruits, vegetables and drinks
1.Pupils sing a song “At our school”
In the playground
On the sports field
-What was your homework for today?
“Car with fruits”
-There are some balloons with the names of our pupils. One pupil must take the balloon and blow it up and ask question for the pupil.
P1: What’s your favourite food?
P: My favourite food is …
P1: Why do you like it?
P: Because it’s delicious, tasty.
P1: What do you usually have for breakfast?
P: I have for breakfast: eggs, bread, tea.
P1: Which drinks do you like and which drinks don’t you like?
P: I like lemonade, fruit juice, orange juice, and I don’t like tomato juice.
P1: What dish can you cook yourself?
P: I can cook ….
-Ok, how do you think what will be the theme of the lesson?
The theme of the lesson is “My favourite recipes”
— as usually we’ll continue our lesson with new words
to be hungry – [’hʌŋgrɪ] — аш болу
That’s a pity. – Қандай өкінішті!
soldier [souldзә]- солдат
brought [bro:t] — әкелді
-Please, all of you draw attention to the interactive board. I want to show you a video about “Stone soup” and pay attention for the actions of the characters
-Now, lets discuss recipes of “Stone soup”
What did old woman bring to the soldier?
1. The old woman brought water.
Author: One day a very hungry soldier came to an old woman’s house .But the old woman was very mean .She said that she hasn’t got any food
Soldier: «Oh, That’s a pity. I’ve got a magic stone. I can make soup with it . But I need some water .
Woman: Well I have got a lot of water
Author: She brought a big saucepan of water .The soldier put the stone into it . Then he tasted the soup .
Soldier: It’s very good . It just needs a bit of salt and pepper .
Woman: I have got a bit of salt and pepper
Soldier: It needs a few vegetables . It a pity you haven’t vegetables .
Woman: I have got a few vegetables
Author: The woman ran and brought some potatoes, carrots and a big onion . The soldier put the vegetables into the saucepan.
Soldier: It’ s ready . It needs a bit of meat . It’s a pity you haven’ t got any meat .
Author: The woman ran and brought some ham and some sausages . The soldier put them into the saucepan .
Soldier: Right. I can’t see the stone anymore . So the soup is ready . Bread is very good with stone soup . It’ s a pity you haven’ t got any bread .
Woman: I have got a bit of bread
Author: She ran and brought a loaf of bread and some butter. The old woman tasted the soup
Woman: M-m-m . This soup is delicious and you made it with that magic stone .
Author: Before leaving he said .
Soldier: Here is the magic stone . You can keep it . .But remember for the best stone soup you need a bit of meat a few vegetables and a bit of salt and pepper too
We use some with affirmative sentences
We use any with negative and interrogative sentences
Ex :5 p:88
Put some or any into the gaps
a. I don’t have _____ money in my pocket, but I have ________money in the bank
Exercises from Bilimland.kz
Our lesson is coming to an end. We have read and spoken much about Food today. And now I want to give you advice. Don’t forget.
• 1. Too little food makes you thin.
• 2. Too much food makes you fat.
• 3. The wrong food makes you ill.
• 4. The right food makes you well.
• 5. Too many sweets are bad for you especially for your teeth.
Do you agree with me? I like your answers.
Giving the marks . Your marks….
Giving the home work Exercise 6 Give me your diaries and I put your marks in them.
|Photos of fruits, vegetables and drinks.