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Date: January 17th Form: the 5th Level: beginner Lesson Topic: Members of my family Interaction: frontal, individual, pair work Teacher`s goals: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to: - describe people - use ‘s genitive - to know the members of a family Affective Objectives: to create a pleasant atmosphere in the classroom, in order to be able to work with the pupils properly. Teaching Techniques: - Conversation - Dialogue - Exercise Methods of Teaching: conversation, explanation, brainstorming, observation, reading. Teaching Aids: blackboard, textbook, worksheets Time: 50 minutes Preliminaries:
8.The teacher greets the pupils and asks them a few ordinary questions (Who is on duty today?/Who is absent today?/ What day is today?/How are you today?) 2. 4. The teacher asks the students to remember the connections between characters in order to introduce the ‘s genitive.My family”. Today we begin with a new lesson: ”Family” – the teacher writes the name of the new lesson on the backboard. The teacher askes the pupils what family represents for each of them. 2. 7. The teacher gives the pupils a piece of paper in order for the pupils to answer to the given questions. Now open your notebook and write the date and new theme. 6. What did you have to prepare for today? What did we study so far? The content of the lesson: 1. 3. The teacher asks the pupils what their homework was and checks their notebooks. The teacher gives the homework for the next class: An essay named: ..1. 2 . 5. The teacher asks the pupiles to guess the character by asking as many questions as possible. The teacher asks the pupils to make dialogues about their families..
He wears glasses. He is sitting in the armchair. Who is he? 3 . He is reading a story to his children.WORKSHEET-FAMILY 1.Guess Who game.Who are the persons in the pictures? Write the name of the family members. 2.
Who is she? She is……… 4 . He has his little finger in his mouth.He is…………. Who is he? He is …… She is a girl. He is listening to the story. He is very little. She is sitting in the armchair near her little brother.