General outline of the lesson
The theme of the lesson: Wildlife of Kazakhstan
The aims of the lesson
1. To develop the pupils’ reading and speaking habits
2. To enlarge pupils` knowledge and lexical stock
3. To bring them up to love and protect our nature and save our planet
Visual aids: cards, tables
The procedure of the lesson
I. Organization moment
b. Checking up the attendance
II. Phonetic drill exercises
T→ Cl T→ P
III. Main stage
Wildlife - [‘waildlaif]- тірі табиғат sea - [‘si:]-теңіз
animals - [‘ǣnimǝlz]-жануарлар ocean - [‘ouʃǝn]-мұхит
plants - [‘plǣnts]-өсімдіктер rivers - [‘rivǝz]-өзендер
the Red Book - [‘redbuk] –қызыл кітап fish - [‘fiʃ]-балық
b) Reading the text
We want to know about our country as much as possible. Kazakhstan has always been a
country of rich history, tradition and culture. It has different kinds of natural resources,
different kinds of rare beautiful animals and plants. There are a lot of picturesque places.
Today we’ll speak about the wildlife of Kazakhstan. Our planet is home of a vast
collection of animals. They live everywhere. Today the wildlife of Kazakhstan includes
158 species of mammals, 458 species of birds, 50 species of reptiles, 12 species of
amphibians, and 150 species of fish. They are included into the International Red Book of
rare or endangered animals. We may divide the place of living of animals into 5 zones:
steppes, forests, deserts, mountains and water.
c) Answering the questions
How many species of reptiles are there in Kazakhstan?
How many species of mammals are there in Kazakhstan?
How many species of amphibians are there in Kazakhstan?
How many species of fish are there in Kazakhstan?
d) Completing the sentences using adjectives
It has different kinds of … resources, different kinds of rare … animals and plants.
Kazakhstan has always been a country of … history.
They are included into the International Red Book of ... or ... animals.
IV. Concluding stage
a) Giving marks