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Stading-Cultivation of the game-testing

For the 5th form

 

 

English teacher:  Murzabaeva B.U.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bozaigyr -2011-2012 y.e

What we can (may) already in English!

 

Game-Testing.

We learn English at school, then Let’s speak in it for today!

·        The song-rhyme –“Oh, new Year’s Tree” (by M.Lebedinskaya-Modestova)

Oh, New Year’s Tree,

Oh, New Year’s Tree,

How green are your Sweet branches!

You bloom not only when it’s warm,

But also in winter storm.

Oh, New Year’s Tree,

Oh, New Year’s Tree,

How sweet are your green branches!

About Myself

(Teacher about himself (herself) after that the children)

My name is ……

My surname is ……

I’m a boy (a girl).

I’m in the 5th form.

I live in Kazakhstan, not for from the city of capital Astana, in the village of Bozaigyr.

·        I know the English Alphabet, the English ABC.

Aa, Bb, Cc, Dd, Ee, Ff, Gg, Hh, Ii, Jj, Kk, Ll, Mm, Nn, Oo, Pp, Qq, Rr, Ss, Tt, Uu, Vv, Ww, Xx, Yy, Zz.

And now you see, how I know the ABC! (First of all to retell, then to sing all together)

Questions as, to the English Alphabet (ABC)

(Answer the questions!)

·        How many letters are in English Alphabet (ABC)?

·        How many vowels are in it? (Aa, Ee, Ii, Oo, Uu, Yy, (6))

·        How many consonants are init? (20)

·        I know the English letter combinations.

th – [Ө] – three, thin.

th – [Ә] – this, those.

oo - [u,u:] – a book, a spoon.

ee - [I:] – a tree, a street.

ar – [a:] – a car, dark.

or – [:] – a fork, a form.

ir – [Ә:] – a girl, first.

er – [Ә:] – her, term.

ur – [Ә:] – turn, curl.

ch – [t] – chin, chess.

tch – [t] – kitchen.

·        Three types of stressing syllables.

Vowels

1

2

3

a

Plate

bag

car

o

Rose

dog

fork

i(y)

Nine

six

girl

e

Tree

pen

her

u

Pupil

bus

turn

 

·        Questions and Answers.

·        With questioning words

·        Without questioning words

 

With questioning words:

What is this? – This is a pen.

and what is that? – That is a pen too.

Without questioning words:

Is this a pen? – Yes, it is.

Is that a pen too? – No, it isn’t.

Then, what is that? – That is a pencil.

Play (Game): “Try to guess?”

Is this Nina?

Yes, it is (she is)

No, it isn’t (she isn’t)

 

·        Compound Questions-Complexes.

·        What king ofis this (is that)

·        What is this (it, that) … like?

·        What colour is (are) …?

For example (For instance):

·        That’s a lamp. It’s a white lamp.

What colour is the lamp? – It’s white.

·        This is a nice book.

What kind of book is this? – It’s a nice book.

·        This book is book.

What’s this book like? – It’s nice.

Conjugation of the auxiliary verb to be in Present Indefinite

(In simple tense)

To be

I am …                                   We are

You are …                             You are

He is …                                   They are

She  is

It is

(First retell, then to sing)

 

·        What and where is (are)?

·        The book  is on the table.

Where is the book? – it’s on the table.

·        The copy-book isn’t on the table.

Where is the copy-book? – It’s under the chair.

·        What’s on the chair? – The book is.

 

·        Let us count numbers and do the sums!

from 1 up to 10

40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100.

from 10 up to 20

40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100.

from 20 up to 30

40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100.

 

13-30

17-70

14-40

18-80

15-50

19-90

16-60

100

 

·        Lessons 7(check yourself)

Ex. N4, p 67(the text-book  of the 5th form)

·        Tr-tion from R. into English.

·        Find (seek) the right sentences ac. to the picture.

(2,4,5,7,9,10,12,13,15,16,18,19)=12  sentences

·        What have you and what have you no?!

R.f

a) I have a cat (a dog, a pig)

But:

·        I have no zebra (fox, squirrel)

K.f

           d) What have you on your desk?

                I have a book (a text-book), a copy-book, a pen, a pencil,

                A pencil-box on my desk.

 

·        What do I see?!

I see a window and a door;

I see a ceiling and a floor.

 

·        Make up the sentences ac. to this grammar-table! (Scheme)

 

 

 

a lamp

I

 

a book

He

have

a cup

This boy

has

a spoon

that

 

a pistol

 

 

a ball

 

 

a doll

 

 

a vase

 

·        Who translator/interpreter?!

            (translate from Russian into English!)

                                     This or that

·        У меня есть лампа. 2. У того мальчика есть собака. 3. А у этого мальчика нет собаки. 4. У него нет пистолета. 5. У этого мальчика есть лиса. 5. Дай мне этот мяч! 7. У этого мальчика есть две палки(две трости). 8. У меня есть четыре котенка, а у этого мальчика нет котят. 9. У него нет кепки(фуражки). 10. Покажи мне это ружье! 11. У этого мальчика есть ручка, но у него нет книги. 12. У меня есть шляпа и у того мальчика тоже есть шляпа.

·        Make up the sentences ac. to this grammar-table or scheme!

The gun

 

 

The cup

The cake

 

On

The lake

The frog

Is

 

The hat

The snake

 

 

The log

The book

 

in

The box

The rat

 

 

The dish

The spoon

 

 

The bed

(Look at the other side (page))

                                               Do the sums, please!

·        This boy has one ball and that boy has five balls. How many balls have the boy? (6)

Give me the right result! It’ll be 6.

·        I have four ducks and you have seven ducklings. How many ducks and ducklings have we all together? (11)

Give me the right result! It’ll be 11.

·        The girl has three books and the boy has three books too. How many books have the girl and the boy all together? (6)

Give me the right result! It’ll be 6.

·        Try to guess these crosswords and crosswords’puzzels!

(Look at the other side or page!)

(The longest bride)

Коробка ящик

 

Лиса

 

Кот кошка

 

Собака

 

Кукла

 

Девочка

 

Ручка

 

Карандаш

 

Двор

 

Сад

 

Книга

 

Красный

 

Зеленый

 

Палка (трость)

 

Пистолет

 

 

·        What (which) poems or verses do you (d’you) know?

(From, the children’s book “Let’s read and speak English!” (By B. Boriskina)

 

You see (D’you see)?!

Let us (let’s) begin!

Who will be the First!

(Competition of the poems or verses)

(Look at the other side!)

 

·        Polyglotten’s Competition

Книга

Кітап

A book

Тетрадь

Дәптер

A copy-book

Ручка

Қалам (сап)

A pen

Мел

Бор

A chalk

Кошка

Мысық

A cat

Собака

Ит

A dog

Окно

Терезе

A window

Баран

қошқар

A ram

Овца

Қой

A sheep

Белый

Ақ

White

Чорный

Қара

Black

Цветок

Гүл

A flower

Коза

Ешкі

A goat

Лошадь

Ат

A horse

Корова

Сиыр

A cow

Гусь

Қаз

A goose

Медведь

Аю

A bear

Заяц

Қоян

A hare

волк

Қасқыр

A wolf

 

 


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