Holidays in Kazakhstan

Лой Марина Вилльевна

Учитель английского языка

Cредней общеобразовательной школы – гимназии № 17 г. Актобе

Lesson:  Unit 9. Lesson 95 The Theme: Holidays in Kazakhstan
Date: 11 05 18 Teacher’s name: Loi Marina Villevna
Class: 5 г
Learning objective(s) that this lesson is contributing to: 5L8, 5S4, 5S6, 5R2, 5W3, 5W6, 5UE10  To teach pupils to talk and read about holidays, to  read for specific information, to express likes and dislikes, to listen for specific information, to comment on a place, to write a blog entry
Lesson objectives: All learners will be able:

–          identify some specific information and ideas in the texts correctly and use some target language correctly to recount information about the texts

Most learners will be able:

identify a range of specific information and ideas in the texts correctly and use some target language correctly to recount information about the texts

Some learners will be able:

–          Identify a range of specific information and ideas in the texts correctly and use a range of target language correctly to recount information about the texts

Language objective: Places (in the north, keep my feet to the ground, hike, camp, set up, shore, take a clip, cool, clear, later, refreshing, scenery, wildlife, treasure); Adverb (later) Verbs (like, camp, set up); Nouns (share, scenery, wildlife, treasure); Adjectives (popular, cool, clear, refreshing); Phrases (in the north, rock climbing, keep my feet on the grand, take a clip); Likes/ dislikes (in the north, rock climbing, keep my feet on the grand, take a clip); Likes/ dislikes (I love it, I like it, I don’t really like it, it’s great, it’s horrible, it’s OK, it’s fabulous)
Assessment criteria: ·         peer/group assessment
Value links: ·         Respect and support classmates’ points of view and their choices Mobile manners How stories help us
Cross curricular links: ·         Russian, Geography
ICT skills: ·         PPT
Previous learning basic holiday travel and destination vocabulary
                                                                                            PLAN
Planned timings Planned activities Resources
Beginning

 

 

5min

 

·         Org moment

Pupils greet each by shaking hands as in Europe, by bowing as in Japan, by touching noses as in Africa. Pupils are divided into three groups (Europe, Japan and Africa)

·         Checking up the home task

·         Setting the aim of the lesson

What is the theme of the lesson? Pupils say: “Holidays in Kazakhstan” What is the aim of  the lesson? We will be able to talk about holidays in Kazakhstan, about interesting places in Kazakhstan   Pupils guess the theme of the lesson through the slide

Phonetic drill: (W)

Learners look at names of people in Lord of Greenwood the story on board and listen to pronunciation

  1. Who is in story? Robert (Earl of Huntingdon later Robin Hood), Marian

2. Sheriff of Nottingham, a group called the Merry men

Where does the story happen?)

Sherwood Forest near Nottingham

3. What is the colour of the hood which Will Scarlet presented Robert?

(green)

 

 

 

Slide 3 PPP

Middle

15min

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10min

 

 

 

 

 

Association Pupils write words which they associate with the word Holiday

Reading

Ex1Pupils read to find out

Ex 2 Pupils read to answer which picture shows

Group work

Students are divided into groups make posters. The first group –Europe make a poster “Nauryz”, the second group –Japan makes a poster “New Year”, the third group –Africa makes a poster “Independence Day”. Then they present their posters.

 

Peer assessment

Every /group correct their peers’ text and comment on their work. They use criteria list

Surname The poster is beautiful The speech is fluent, to the point There are mistakes in  speach
1      
2      
3      

 

Crossword

 

 

Across

1 Vegetable which is round bulb with a strong smell and flavor

2 flesh of animals used as food

3 fatty food substance made from cream

4 white grain used as food

5 fortunate, lucky, feeling or expressing pleasure, contentment, satisfaction

Down

1 The most important Kazakh holiday

Venn diagram

Pupils  compare holidays in Kazakhstan and the UK

Formative assessment

Smiles, words, claps

 

Posters, books

 

End

5min

 

Feedback: Learners give their own opinion on the learnt material

H/T WB pp 70-71

Additional information
DIFFERENTIATION – how do you plan to give more support? How do you plan to challenge the more able learners? ASSESSMENT – how are you planning to check learners’ learning? Cross-curricular links

 

More-abled students support less-abled students

More-abled students are given extra tasks

 Thumbs up if they understood everything /thumbs down- didn’t understand/ thumbs left or right – understood 50 percent  literature