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Form: 4 b Date: 2.02.17

The theme of the lesson: Past simple. Regular and irregular verbs

Aims of the lesson: To introduce and extend the past simple regular and irregular verbs. To develop pupils listening, speaking and reading. To stimulate pupils of interesting English.

The type of the lesson: traditional

Object of the lesson: a course book, new words, pictures, cards, black board

I. Organization moment:

- Stand up all together! Good afternoon pupils!

-Good afternoon teacher!

-Thank you, sit down!

II. To classify into groups: The sun and The sky.

III. Warm up:

Early in the morning

Mother Kangaroo

Told her little baby

Please, look all these verbs through!

T: Who wants to read?

P: I want.

IV. Checking up the home task .

T: Okay, what was your home task for today?

P: To learn by heart the new words.

T: Who is ready for home task?

P: Im ready.

T: Very good (marking)

T: Okay pupils, what date is it today?

P: Today is 2nd of February.

T: What day is it today?

P: Today is Thursday.

T: Take your pens. Open your copybooks and write down todays date and theme.

V. The theme of the lesson: Past simple. Regular and irregular verbs.

T: Todays our theme is Past simple. Regular and irregular verbs.

What is Past Simple? What are Regular and Irregular verbs? (translating)

T: For regular verbs, we add -ed.

For irregular verbs, there is a special past tense form.regular verbs:play played, start - started, want wantedirregular verbs:come came, go went, take took.

T: And remember! If a regular verb ends in a consonant -y, this word change the -y to -ied

For example: study studied, cry / cried; try / tried; worry / worried

T: If a regular verb ends in -e add only d

For example: close closed, explode exploded, smile smiled.

T: However, a small number of irregular verbs dont change at all.

For example: hit hit, put put, cut cut, let let.

T: Okay pupils, today we have the new words.

1.Words with pictures (repeating with pupils)

2.Words with transcriptions

T: Then open your vocabulary and copy out the new words

T: Have you finished?

P: Yes, we have.

VI. Physical exercise: If youre happy and you know it

T: Okay pupils, lets do some physical exercise! Stand up all together! (the music is turn on, all are dancing with teacher)

VII. Doing exercises.

T: Okay, now open your Pupils book at page 39. Look at the Exercise 4.

This is what the old man said later. Complete his sentences.

A man and 4 children (come) ________ from the 21st century. We (tell) _______ them that we (want) _______ to find out about their time. We (take) ________ them to the computer room. We (put) ________ cognoplates on their heads but they were very clever! They (start) ________ to think about many different things. Suddenly, smoke (come) ________ out of all our cognoplates and they (explode) ________ ! Now we are free from Mandor. We can think for ourselves! Mandor cant control us!(after completing, this text will read and translate 8 pupils from each groups).

T: Who wants to read the text? (after 1st sentence keep on reading another pupil)

T: Very good! (marking)

T: Okay pupils! Open your Activity book at page 39. Look at the exercise 3 b.

How do the words change in the past? Write the words in the correct place.

come take want put hit explode tell happen watch see have

Add -ed for the past

Dont change

Wanted

Put

Happened

Hit

Watched

Exploded

Change a little

Change a lot

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Took

Came

Told

Saw

T: If youve finished lets read! From the group The sun Indira, please.

From the group The sky Berdaulet, please.

T: Very good! (marking)

T: Okay! Lets watch a video about Little Red riding hood. Have you seen that cartoon in English?

P: No.

T: Now lets find the past of the words in the box in the puzzle from the video. Look at the board all together.

Live go have meet say run eat reach look shout hear hit open jump see

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T: Have you finished?

P: Yes, we have.

T: Then read please the words.

Very good! (marking)

VIII. Home work.

T: Now open your diaries and write down your home task for the next lesson.

Ex 3 c, p 39. Activity book. Write the missing words.

IX. Marking. Conclusion

T: Today you worked very well. The lesson is over! Good bye pupils! You are free!

P: Good bye teacher!

Past simple ( )

ed :

Henri showed us some pictures.

He visited me every day.

I replied that my nationality was English.

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+ -y ied : carry - carried, reply - replied, try - tried.

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