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School subjects. Fun at school

Урок 6. Английский язык 3 класс ФГОС

Учителя несут ответственность за всех детей, которые находятся в классе. Поэтому учащиеся должны быть послушными и выполнять их команды, а какие именно команды, ребята узнают из данного урока.

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Конспект урока "School subjects. Fun at school"

– Hello, boys and girls! 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 our friend Liam.

– Hi, everyone!

– Hi, Liam.

– Guys, am I late?

– No, you are not!

– Yeah! You are just in time!

– Oh, good! I’m glad to hear that.

– All right, boys! Everybody is here, so we can start the lesson!

– And today we would like to start it with a few pictures.

– Look at them, please!

– This will help you to guess the topic of our lesson today.

Now I think you understand that today in the lesson we will:

·      talk about the teacher’s commands;

·      learn new phrases;

And

·      put the knowledge into practice.

First of all, we should mention that teachers are responsible for everyone in the class. That’s why pupils must always listen to them and follow their rules and commands.

Commands – команды.

Look! This is Mrs. Anderson. And these are her pupils.

Now listen to their conversation, please.

– Good morning, everyone!

– Good morning, Mrs. Anderson!

– I’m so glad to see you again!

– We are glad to see you too, Mrs. Anderson.

– Oh, I’m happy to hear that! Sit down, please!

The phrase “Sit down!” can be translated as “Садитесь! Присаживайтесь!”.

For example:

Nick’s mum told him to sit down.

– Sit down, please!

– All right! Now let’s start our lesson.

– Teacher, what are we going to do today?

– Boys and girls, today we are going to learn new rule.

– Oh, cool!

– Yeah! I agree!

– Hooray!

– Pupils, be quiet, please!

The phrase “Be quiet!” can be translated as “Не шумите! Перестаньте разговаривать!”.

For example:

My aunt asked me to be quiet.

– Hooray!

– Pupils, be quiet, please!

Great! Now open your books at page 20.

The phrase “Open your books!” is translated as “Откройте свои книги!”.

For example:

Peter sat down on the bed and opened his book.

– Now open your books at page 20.

Jillian, stand up, please! And read the rule aloud!

The phrase “Stand up!” is translated as “Встаньте!”.

For example:

Julia, stand up straight!

The phrase “Read aloud!” is translated as “Прочитайте вслух!”.

For example:

Joe couldn’t learn the poem, so he started reading it aloud.

– Jillian, stand up, please! And read the rule aloud!

– The Present Simple Tense is used to talk about…

5 minutes later.

– Pupils, did you understand the rule?

– Yes, we did!

– Great! Thank you, Jillian!

Sit down, please!

Now do the first exercise! You have 15 minutes.

The phrase “Do the exercise!” is translated as “Выполните упражнение!”.

For example:

Mum, I don’t want to do this boring exercise!

– Now do the first exercise! You have 15 minutes.

15 minutes later.

– All right! Your time is up! Let’s check your exercise.

– Excuse me, Mrs. Anderson! Can I ask you a question?

– Sure, Ryan!

– Mrs. Anderson, can we have some rest, please? We are very tired!

– Oh, of course! In this case, close your books!

And let’s do some physical exercises.

The phrase “Close your books!” is translated as “Закройте свои книги!”.

For example:

Kate was very tired, so she closed her book and went to bed.

– In this case, close your books!

And let’s do some physical exercises.

– Hooray!

– Stand up, boys and girls!

Sit down!

Stand up!

Sit down!

Stand up!

Clap your hands!

The phrase “Clap your hands!” is translated as “Похлопайте в ладоши!”.

For example:

I always clap my hands at the end of any concert.

– Clap your hands!

– Great! Now stamp your feet!

The phrase “Stamp your feet!” is translated as “Потопайте ногами!”.

For example:

Zoe always stamps her feet when she doesn’t like something.

– Great! Now stamp your feet!

– Clap your hands!

– Stamp your feet!

– Sit down!

– All right! Let’s continue our lesson.

20 minutes later.

– Boys and girls, the lesson is over! See you next time.

– See you, Mrs. Anderson!

– Guys, we’ve talked about the teacher’s commands.

– Yeah! We’ve also learnt new phrases.

– And now we would like to check your knowledge.

Your first task is to match the pictures with the phrases.

The pictures are…

And the phrases are…

Let’s check the right answers.

One. Stamp your feet!

Two. Be quiet!

Three. Stand up!

Four. Clap your hands!

Five. Sit down!

Six. Do the exercise!

Seven. Read aloud!

Eight. Close your book!

And nine. Open your book!

Now do the second task. Here you need to complete the dialogues using the words from the box.

Dialogue 1.

– Good morning, Mrs. Donovan.

– Good morning, pupils! Sit …, please!

Check yourselves.

The right answer is “down”.

Dialogue 2.

– Pupils, … your books at page 12 and … the exercise!

– Okay, Mrs. Green!

Let’s check.

The rights answers are “open” and “do”.

Dialogue 3.

– Boys and girls, let’s have a rest! … your books and … up!

– Hooray!

Check yourselves.

The right answers are “close” and “stand”.

Dialogue 4.

– Mrs. Black, we are tired!

– Oh, okay! In this case, let’s have a rest! … your hands and … your feet!

Let’s check.

The rights answers are “clap” and “stamp”.

Dialogue 5.

– Pupils, what’s that noise? Be …! Kyle, … the rule aloud, please!

– Okay, Mrs. Phillips!

Check yourselves.

The right answers are “quiet” and “read”.

– Well done!

– That’s all for today, our dear friends.

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

– See you soon, boys and girls!

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