Байтлеева Сабира Қорғантайқызы. Ақтөбе облысы, Шалқар қалалық №3 орта мектебінің ағылшын пәні мұғалімі
The theme of the open lesson: Customs round the world.
1) to introduce the pupils with customs round the world. To talk about the British holidays.
2) To practice the pronunciation of the sounds, to introduce the pupils with unknown words.
3) To teach students for a translate texts and to say own ideas in English.
The type: complex
Visual aids: Crosswords, cards, grammar posters.
The plan of the lesson.
- Organization moment.
– Greeting pupils and checking absents.
- To checking the homework.
Write sentences in the Past Perfect Tense. Affirmative and interrogative sentences for the 1st group, affirmative and negative sentences for the 2nd group.
- III. Actualization moment.
Work with the words.
Find two words for each list in the word square. Two and more.
- IV. Introduction of the new material.
a) To get acquainted with new words.
b) Group work.
A) Which adjectives in the box do you think go with your nationality? If not, choose some adjectives which you think go with your nationality.
B) Match the adjectives with its opposites.
1. hard – working a. quiet
2. hospitable b. unsociable
3. serious c. lazy
4. talkative d. inhospitable
5. sociable e. light-headed
C) Which adjectives do you think go with Americans and British people?
c) Listen to the text “How not to behave badly abroad”
d) Work with the text.
A) Read the text and translates it into your native language.
B) Write down one thing about each nationality that you can remember.
C) Share what you have written with other students in the class.
e) Answer the questions in groups.
– What are the ‘rules’ about greeting people in your country?
– When do you shake your hands?
– What about when you say good-bye?
– What advice would you give somebody coming to live and work in your country?
f) Complete the following Venn diagram.
Customs round the world. Customs in Kazakhstan
g) Ex.4,p.176. Listen and read about these unusual customs. Then find the best title for each passage.
…A day for children.
… Everything New for New Year.
… Choosing the Right Clothes.
… A Special Kind of Meal.
… Blessing the Animals.
h) Guess the crossword.
I’ll give crosswords for 2 groups. You read the information and then find what is the holiday and drawing of this situation.
- It’s on the fifth of November. It’s a very interesting night for English children. On that evening they make bonfires and have fire works. Some days before that they make the guy/ They make him of sticks and straw and then put an old hat on his head and old gloves on the sticks that are his hands. When it is ready children or their parents put the guy on the bonfire and then light it.
- People in Britain begin celebrating this holiday on December 31. Sometimes they have parties where guests dress up in costumes and cover their faces with masks. Next day people visit friends, relatives, neighbours. There is a lot to eat and drink. Many families watch television.
- In the English speaking countries on this day many people send cards to people they love. They usually do not sign these cards. They also send gifts, sweets or flowers.
- on this day families in the USA gather together usually in a home for a traditional dinner. They have a roast turkey sweet potatoes and a pumpkin pie. All give thanks together for the good things that they have.
- It’s a holiday for children in Britain. Children dressed in costumes knock on their neighbours’ doors and ask if he/she would like “trick” or “treat”. If you give them a treat (money or sweets) they go away. If you don’t, they play a trick on you.
- People in many countries decorate Christmas trees and give each other present. Children leave a long sock or stocking at the end of the bed on December 24. They hope that Santa Claus will come down they chimney during the night and bring them presents. The special food is a big turkey and Christmas pudding.
- V. Conclusion.
– What customs do you think are the most interesting for you?
– Do you have any unusual customs in your country?
- VI. Giving of the homework.