Тема: APPEARENS AND CHARACTER (Lesson
навчальна: закріпити та
перевірити навички вживання Л.О. за темою; навички вживання граматичних часів Present Simple – Present Continuous, ознайомити з правилами написання статті-опису, навчити писати листа
другу за листуванням;
розвивальна: розвивати навички аудіювання, читання
мовчки, елементів письма, діалогічного та монологічного мовлення, вчити логічно
мислити та висловлюватись, розширювати кругозір;
виховна: прищеплювати повагу до особистої думки
інших людей, поважати їхні хобі;
Обладнання: підручник та робочий
зошит Enterprise Plus, дошка, роздатковий матеріал, CD player.
І. Warm up. When do we use Present Simple? When do you use Present
true sentences about yourself.
Do you want
to be a teacher? Correct the mistakes in the sentences. Test.
1. Georgia are live in Boston. 2. The temperature here to falling
bellow zero in winter. 3. Sue are learning to drive. 4. I’m paint the house
today. 5. She looking for the library. 6. I’m thinking you work hard. 7. She
are going to my doctor this afternoon. 8. He have two cars. 9. I always
forgot your telephone number. 10. Cats seeing clearly in the dark.
the home task. W/b. Ex. 8, p.5,
Ex. 9, p. 6, S/b. Ex. 13, p. 10.
III. W/b. p. 7, the rule.
p. 7. Read the rubric and underline the key words.
Read the article and fill in the missing topic
sentences, a – e.
Which paragraph describes: the writer’s
relationship to this person?, the person’s hobbies and interests?, appearance?,
What personal qualities does the writer mention?
What justifications/examples does he give?
Which sentences would you use to end an article
describing a person?
Ex.14, p. 11.
a) Read the instructions
and explain the task. You are going to listen to a mother giving instructions
to a babysitter. Listen and mark the statements T (True) or F (False)
Allow students some time to read
Play the CD twice, if necessary. Students listen and complete the task.
Mother: Isabelle, how
are you? I really appreciate you looking after Paul
for the weekend.
Isabelle: It's nothing. Besides, both you and John deserve a holiday.
Mother: Mm. Anyway, Paul won't be a problem. In fact, he spends most of
his time playing computer games.
Isabelle: Do you think he'd like to go to the playground? There'll be lots of
children there for him to play with.
Mother: I don't think he'll like that. You see, he hates meeting new people
and doesn't make friends easily.
Isabelle: Well, what does he like?
Mother: If you don't mind reading to him, Isabelle, Paul loves bedtime stories - especially science fiction.
Isabelle: OK. Now, what about homework?
Mother: You don't have to worry about that. Paul always does his homework
on his own. He'll even tidy his own room. He doesn't mind doing that. But please don't let him
near the stereo! He likes playing pop music really loud. Paul, please, stop it! I can't stand
that music any more!
Check students' answers.
V. Speak about yourself. What do you like/ don’t like/ love/ don’t mind/
hate/ enjoy/ can’t stand/ dislike doing?
(I present phrases about myself)
VI. a) Elicit what a pen-friend is. Ask students to predict what type of
information might be included in a letter of this kind (age, family background, physical description,
hobbies) and its writing style (informal, friendly).
b) Read the writing tip. (S/b.
p.11) Focus students' attention on beginnings and endings, (Dear...,
Best wishes), the number and content of paragraphs, topic sentences.
c) Allow students some time to read the letter and fill in the gaps.
Check their answers. Ask some students to read out the letter.
VII. Go through the plan and explain the information in each paragraph.
Invite students to reproduce a letter to a pan-friend orally, by replacing the
details giving in the model letter Ex. 18, p.11 with their own.
VIII. Conclusion of the lesson.
IX. Home Task. Ex.18, p.11. Write a letter to your pan-friend
X. Student’s marks.