Beginning of Lesson
Good morning, boys and girls!
Good afternoon, everybody!
Phonetic Practice
Let's get down to phonetic practice.
Listen carefully while I read the poem to you.
Listen and repeat.
I'll read first, and then you can read after me.
Let's read the poem together.
Listen to the correct pronunciation.
Be careful with your intonation.
Drop raise your voice at the end of the sentence.
Listen to the song !poem", read and learn it.
Going over Homework
Let's chec# up your homewor#. Get your homewor# out, please.
$lease, give your e%ercise boo#s in at the end of the lesson. I'll mar# your e%ercise
boo#s and give them ne%t time !lesson".
Comments on est
&he test was well done.
'ell done !Good for you".
'e'll spend !begin" our lesson going over your mista#es. (ou made some bad
serious mista#es. Let)s go over your mista#es.
Practicing !ron"nciation
Let's do some wor# on these sounds.
*ow I want you to listen to how I pronounce this sound.
Listen carefully.
(ou should try and read aloud every day.
Presenting New #oca$"%ar& 'Practice Activities(
Let's have a loo# at the new words.
Let's #now the meaning of these words.
&ry to guess the meaning of this word from the conte%t.
+hoose read aloud the words on topic...
+omplete...,a#e the sentences complete ,a#e up words.
,a#e up sentences, using the words.
,a#e up - sentences. !Begin them with..."
.rrange in pairs.
/se the words in brac#ets in a proper form with the opposites.
'rite in words.
'rite as many words on the topic as you can.
Presenting New Grammar Materia% ) Practice Activities
Do you want to learn what I'm going to do on 0aturday1 $ay attention to how I'm
spea#ing about it. 2epeat the sentence. .s# 3uestions using the pattern. .s#
3uestions to the following answers. +hoose and read aloud the sentences referring
to the past. 4ill in !the missing sentences".
2efer the following verbs to the present past future. 2efer the sentences to the
present past future. /se the verbs in brac#ets in a proper form. ,a#e up -
sentences referring to the past.
Rea*ing A%o"*
5pen your boo#s at page...
*ow I'd li#e to hear you read aloud.
.ll together in unison, please.
I'd li#e you to read round the class.
&a#e 6 sentences each.
Be careful with the sound with intonation.
+ould you read more clearly carefully1
4ind the answers in the te%t and read them aloud.
Si%ent Rea*ing
2ead the te%t to yourself.
2ead the te%t and thin# of another name !end" to it.
2ead the te%t !the 7o#e, the tale, the poem, the following, the dialogue, the
3uestions..." and say.
4ind out, thin#, prove, choose, compare...
2ead the story and finish it up.
+hoose the sentences which are true to the te%t !agree or disagree".
'here is your boo#, 81
$ass the boo#s along the rows one to each pupil one between two.
Let)s I)d li#e you to read a te%t sentence.
&he te%t is on page 9:.
5pen you boo#s at page 9:.
&urn to page 9:.
2ead up to page 9:.
2ead it to yourselves in silence aloud all together in chorus in turn one after
another by one paragraph.
'ill you start begin reading1
2ead for the author.
&urn over the page.
&urn to the ne%t page to page 99.
Go on continue reading.
2ead to the end of the story.
'hose turn is to read1
0top reading, please.
&han# you, that will do.
+lose put away your te%t;boo#s.
2ead clearly louder slower 3uic#er with more e%pression.
Don)t be so fast. Don)t hurry.
(ou must practice reading at home. &hat wasn)t very good, I)m afraid.
,uch better now.
(our reading was rather good.
Ora% +ork
2etell the te%t. <ere is a plan to help you.
0ay what you can about.
&ell your classmates !how... what... where...".
&ell the te%t in your own words.
Draw...and describe it.
2ead the proverb and give the 2ussian e3uivalent then learn it.
&hin# of a story to illustrate the proverb and tell it to your classmates.
Dramati=e the dialogue.
2ead and listen to the dialogue, read and learn it.
,a#e up your own dialogue.
.s# as many 3uestions as you can on the topic to get more information
.s# - 3uestions about to the story. .s# your classmates 3uestions on...
+orking with !ict"res
Loo# at the pictures and compare !fill in, agree or disagree, read, thin# of your own
+hoose the sentences which are true to the picture.
,a#e up a story on any picture you li#e and tell it to your classmates.
&hin# of some wrong statements on the pictures.
+ritten Practice
'rite the opposites. 'rite... words on the topic. 'rite in words... 'rite according
to the model... 'rite as many words as you can on the topic. 'rite a composition
on the topic... 'rite out the words on the topic... 'rite out the sentences to
illustrate the picture.
*ow let)s get over to writing.
Get ready for a dictation.
$ut aside your boo#s, please.
Get out your e%ercise;boo#s.
5pen your te%t;boo#s.
'hose duty is to #eep the board clean1
+lean the board.
/se the duster.
4etch some chal#, please.
'et the duster, please.
Let)s write up the new words on the board, please.
Loo# at the board.
+ome out to the board, please.
'rite down the date.
Divide the board into two parts and do e%ercises > and ?.
'rite carefully in large letters in smaller letters.
+opy the words from the board.
'rite these words in columns with capital letters each on a new line.
'rite at the top at the bottom in the middle.
5bserve the margin.
'or# on your own.
0top writing. &ime is up.
<and in your e%ercise;boo#s.
*ow, stand aside, please.
4ace the class.
<as $. made any mista#es1
&here is a mista#e in the word @cinemaA. &here must be @cA instead of @sA.
2ub off that wordletter and write the correct one instead.
+ross out this letter.
(our wor# is rathervery poorgood.
(ou)ve made a lot of many some a few mista#es.
a!e Activit&
Let's listen to the te%t.
Let's switch the cassette B recorder on.
Is the sound clear enough1
B%ack$oar* Activit&
+ome out to the blac#board. !If the teacher is at his her des#." 'ill you please go
to the board1 !If the teacher is somewhere in the middle or at the bac# of the
classroom." 'ill you clean the board1 /se the Duster. +ould you fetch me the
chal#, please.
Setting Homework
$lease, write down the homewor#.
&hat's the bell.
Good bye, everybody. 0ee you on ,onday.