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School again! Part 2

Урок 4. Английский язык 3 класс ФГОС

С помощью данного видеоурока учащиеся вспомнят числа от 1 до 10, а также изучат числа от 11 до 20. В конце урока ребята смогут закрепить полученные знания путём выполнения упражнения.

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Конспект урока "School again! Part 2"

– Hello, our dear friends! My name is Bobby.

– And my name is Tobby. This is our friend Mobby.

– Welcome to our lesson!

– Today we have a guest.

– It’s a fox.

– Her name is Sunny.

– She’s our friend.

– Hi, boys! I’m so glad to see you!

– Hi, Sunny! We are glad to see you too.

– Boys, I’ve come here, because I need your help.

– Oh, and what kind of help do you need?

– Well… Listen to my story and you’ll understand everything. But first let’s learn some new words and phrases.

– Sunny, why do we have to learn them?

– Boys, you’ll need these words and phrases to understand my story.

– Oh, okay.

And the words and phrases are:

Come.

The translation is “приходить”.

Get.

The translation is “получить, взять”.

Be late.

The translation is “опаздывать”.

– Now listen to the story, please!

On Friday my friend Alvin called me on the phone, and we started talking.

– Hi, Sunny!

– Oh, hi, Alvin.

– Sunny, I’m going to have my birthday party tomorrow. Would you like to come?

– Yes, of course! I’ll come with a great pleasure!

– Great! But could you do me a favor, please?

– Sure! What do I have to do?

– Well… The deal is that my four little cousins will come to the party too.

– Oh, that is so cool!

– Yes, it is. But my cousins really like oranges and I forgot to buy them.

– Oh, Alvin, I have four oranges at home. Do you want me to get them for your cousins?

– Sunny, that would be wonderful!

– Okay! In this case, I’ll take the oranges with me.

– Thank you. All right! See you tomorrow at 9 a.m. And don’t be late.

– Okay. See you.

On Saturday when I woke up, I went straight to Alvin’s house.

– Hi, Alvin! Happy birthday!

– Hi, Sunny! Thank you so much.

– Wait, Alvin! I’ve taken only four oranges, but you have five cousins here.

– Five? No! I have four cousins.

– Oh, no! I’ve mixed up the numbers! And now I don’t have enough oranges. I’ve ruined your birthday.

– No, Sunny, it’s not true! Don’t worry, please! We will divide one orange into two parts.

– Oh, Alvin… I’m so sorry!

– Sunny, it’s okay. Really! Come with me. I’ll show you the cake.

– Okay. Let’s go!

– That’s the whole story, boys!

– Oh, now we understand that you don’t know the numbers.

– That’s right! Boys, could you help me with this problem?

– Yes, of course!

– We will help you with a great pleasure!

So today in the lesson we will:

·      revise the numbers from 1 to 10;

·      learn the numbers from 11 to 20;

And

·      put the knowledge into practice.

– First of all, we will revise the numbers from 1 to 10.

– Are you ready to listen, Sunny?

– Yes, of course!

– Great! Let’s start.

Look!

This number is called “one”.

For example:

Megan and Mike have only one child.

Now look!

This number is called “two”.

For example:

There are two trees in the garden.

Look at the following number.

It’s called “three”.

For example:

There are three pictures on the wall.

Look!

This number is called “four”.

For example:

There are four cars near Kyle’s house.

Now look!

This number is called “five”.

For example:

My little sister will be five next week.

Look at the following number.

It’s called “six”.

For example:

There are six people in the store.

Look!

This number is called “seven”.

For example:

There are seven cows in the meadow.

Now look!

This number is called “eight”.

For example:

Last year my dad planted eight beautiful bushes.

Look at the following number.

It’s called “nine”.

For example:

There are nine flowers in Christopher’s room.

And look!

This number is called “ten”.

For example:

My grandmother has ten cats in her house.

– Sunny, we’ve revised the numbers from 1 to 10.

– Yes, that’s right! And now I understand my mistake!

– Oh, really?

– Yes. I brought three oranges with me, but I needed to bring four, because Alvin had four cousins at the party.

– Yes, you are absolutely right!

– Sunny, now let’s learn the numbers from 11 to 20.

– Oh, sure!

– Great! Let’s start.

Look!

This number is called “eleven”.

For example:

Kate saw eleven deer in the forest.

Now look!

This number is called “twelve”.

For example:

There are twelve pupils in the classroom.

Look at the following number.

It’s called “thirteen”.

For example:

Liam saw thirteen animals at the zoo yesterday.

Look!

This number is called “fourteen”.

For example:

There are fourteen vegetables on the table.

Now look!

This number is called “fifteen”.

For example:

The girl counted fifteen butterflies in the field.

Look at the following number.

It’s called “sixteen”.

For example:

Hillary has sixteen toys in her bedroom.

Look!

This number is called “seventeen”.

For example:

There are seventeen chairs in the classroom.

Now look!

This number is called “eighteen”.

For example:

There are eighteen plates in the kitchen.

Look at the following number.

It’s called “nineteen”.

For example:

There are nineteen books on the table.

And look!

This number is called “twenty”.

For example:

This building has twenty windows.

– Sunny, we’ve learnt the numbers from 11 to 20.

– Yes, that’s right!

– Now we would like to check your knowledge if you don’t mind.

– Oh, sure! No problem!

And your task is to do the sums.

Check yourselves.

6 + 4 is 10.

9 + 10 is 19.

2 + 7 is 9.

3 + 5 is 8.

4 + 9 is 13.

8 + 12 is 20.

3 + 12 is 15.

8 + 9 is 17.

5 + 6 is 11.

And

6 + 8 is 14.

– Well done, Sunny!

– Now you know the numbers from 1 to 20.

– Yes, that’s right! Thank you so much, boys!

– Oh, please, don’t mention it!

– Yeah! We were glad to help you.

– That’s all for today, boys and girls!

– We hope that the lesson was interesting and useful for you!

– See you soon, our dear friends.

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