Gr.2: Presents the arguments against;
Gr1: Supports and adds arguments and criticizes the opponent group’s arguments;
Gr.2: (does the same);
Gr.1: Sums up;
Gr.2: Sums up
Take a class vote to see who has had better arguments.
Ex.7p.24. Find your partner.
Some pupils have the beginning of the sentences and the others have the second part of the
sentences. Ss walk around the class trying to match two parts of their sentences in a proper way.
Then each pair tries to explain the meaning of their sentence giving an example or a situation
describing it. Afterwards other pairs think of a Russian proverb or saying which expresses the
Ex.14 p.26. Find out the differences.
T divides the class into two groups. One group gets picture A and the other – picture B. The Ss
from each group try to find the differences asking questions in the Present Continuous in turns.
The winner is the group who finds all the differences first.
Ex.15 p.27. Find out "who"?
Each S gets a list of questions. They walk around the classroom, ask these questions to each
other and make notes (the names). Then they summarize the info and present it to the class.
Ex17 p.27 Share your memories about your summer holidays / your childhood, etc.
Ex.18, p.28 T offers a certain situation. E.g.: You are the eldest / youngest in your family. What
makes you angry with the members of your family (your friends, teachers, etc). Use exclamatory
Ex-s 25-30, pp.32-34. The T can offer the Ss to play “Snowball”. (with collective nouns, nouns
forming the plural differently, etc.)
(to be done in pairs) Ss pick out the card with the given situations. They make up short dialogues
using the phrases from the box of ex.35 and then act out their dialogues. The number of replicas
can be set.
(to be done in groups) The T asks the Ss to make up a story with the verb TO GET. Then each
group tells their story. Other Ss listen to the stories and make notes on the use of TO GET.
The winner is the group used the phrasal verb more times (and the story should be meaningful).
To memorize new lexis the T can offer the following game.
“Hot Seat.”- Ss are divided into two teams and sit facing the board.
Two chairs facing the Ss – “hot seats”.
One member from each team takes “hot seats”.
T writes the word on the board.
The aim – Ss try to describe the word in any possible way
The S on the “hot seat” tries to guess the word.
The first “hot seat” S to say the word wins a point for their team