Sport and games in Great Britain

Чернышева Анастасия Алексеевна
Преподаватель английского языка
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Subject: Speech Practice.
1.Theme of the lesson: Sport and games in Great Britain.
  1. Type of the lesson: Introduction of new material
  2. Aim of the lesson: Introducing of new theme “Sport and games in Great Britain”
  3. 4. Objectives:
4.Educational: To introduce new theme “Sport and games in Great Britain, to make presentation of new vocabulary
4.2. Developing: to develop students speech skills upon the theme “Sport and games in Great Britain”, creativity
4.3. Educative:to bring up s-s being active at the lesson, to stimulate cognitive interest, to arose s-s interest to the culture of the studied language .      
  1. Expecting results: Students should know new vocabulary upon the theme “Sport and games in Great Britain” and to know the features of national game “Cricket”
5.1. Students should know new vocabulary upon the theme “Sport and games in Great Britain”
5.2 Students should have value settings: respect to each other and other cultures
5.3.Students should be able to: to use new lexis upon the theme, Answer the questions, to analyze text
  1. Interdisciplinary connection: history, country studies, grammar
Procedure of the lesson
Stages of the lesson Timing Teacher’s management activity Student’s activity at every stage Means of each stage of each stage
 

1.  Org. moment

 

2.  To tell the theme and aims of the lesson

 

 

3. Warm up

 

 

3. Checking home work

 

 

4. Making presentation

 

 

 

3.  Consolidations

 

 

 

 

 

6. Giving the homework

 

 

7. Assessment

2 min.

 

1 min.

 

5 min.

 

2 min.

 

5 min.

 

3 min.

 

10 min.

 

10 min.

 

10 min.

 

 

10 min.

 

10 min.

 

 

2 min.

 

10 min.

— Good morning, my students. I’m very glad to see you! I hope you are all feeling well today! Sit down, please, and be ready for the lesson. Now, let’s start.

Today we will learn everything about Sport and games in Great Britain

Quote about sport “For each individual, ______is a possible source for inner improvement. Pierre De Coubertin”. One word is missed.

Asks students what word should be here.

The teacher asks how students understand it and asks to read several times.

The teacher asks homework (essay “Traditional games in KZ”)

Discussion. Asks some questions upon the theme (What is your favorite sport? Why are people interested in sport?) and so on

On the board are balls of different spots. Asks students to name kinds of sports upon these balls

New vocabulary. Match words with definitions (batsman, pitch, score)

Listening task. Watch the video and answer the questions upon the video

Read the text about “Cricket” (work in 3 groups and present the information as if you are spectator, journalist or sportsman)

Game “Cricket” Asks to answer questions upon the text and check student’s knowledge

Sportscast. Watch short fragment of the cricket’s match. The task is to comment this fragment  

Learn by heart new words upon the topic    

Teacher asks students: what have I learnt today? What have I found easy? What have I found difficult?

Students greet teacher and answer questions.

 

Students listen to the teacher

Students think one minute and tell their opinions and ideas about quote.

 

Students give  their homework and answer the questions

Students answer the questions

 

Students should make question and asks each other

 

Students guess sports upon the ball

 

Try to match words with definitions and read words several times

 

Students do tasks upon the video

Read the text. Work in groups and present the information about cricket

Students answer the questions

Students comment the fragment of the cricket’s match

Students write down their homework and ask questions if something is unclear

 

Students answer 3 questions about lesson

Speech

 

Speech

 

Blackboard, speech

Dialogue, Blackboard

 

Conversation

Speech

 

Video and worksheets

presentation

 

papers with text

 

speech, conversation

Speech

 

 

 

conversation