Students will form communication skills, overcome language barrier; to form the analyzing skills; workgroup skills; to enlarge vocabulary stock.
Students will practice comprehensive skills through listening and reading. Some students will be able to find necessary info in the dialogue, correct the false sentences, make up their own dialogues.
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Materials and equipment
Stickers, paper, markers, smileys, flash drive.
Smiling shake each other’s hands and wish a nice day. Stand in the line according to the alphabetical order of the students’ surnames. Divide into four groups.
Tongue twister: thirty three thieves thought that they thrilled the throne throughout Thursday.
Checking the h/w
Retelling the text
Choose the speakers and leaders. Remind the group’s rules. Read new words then put them into the sentences. Add the countries where they are situated. Use dictionaries if it is necessary. Write them down on the paper. Change the paper with the other groups. Then listen and check up, translate.
Working on the dialogue
Work in groups. Listen and read the dialogue p.36,ex.2a
Drill some sentences: shall we go out?
What shall we do? Why don’t we go on the London Eye? How about taking a boat trip? Let’s take a boat trip.
do the task: 1)ex.2c-1, 2)ex.2c-2, 3)p.37ex.2d 4)make up your own dialogue, use suggestions from the dialogue. Look at the board and check up.
Students write on the stickers what they have known at the lesson, how they feel at the end of the lesson. Hang the stickers on the blackboard under the smiley.