План-конспект урока "The Us Monetary System"


Lesson Plan
Theme: The Us Monetary System.
Aim to learn some facts about the monetary system.
Stage
Teacher’s activity
Learner’s activity
Warm up
Goal
settings
1) Ways of Pronouncing “th”.
Th” has two pronunciations in English: [θ] as
in “thin” and [ð] as in “the”.
Tries this tongue twister “Authunr’s brother’s
thinner than Authur’s father.”
Some lessons ago we spoke about American
Presidents. By the way, which of them do you
remember?
Today, I’d like speaking about the Monetary
System of the USA. I hope that it will be
interesting for you.
Look at the blackboard. We can see here new
words. Listen to me, please, and then repeat.
Monetary [‘m/\nitəri] - монетный, денежный,
валютный.
dime [dаim] - монета в 10 центов.
quarter [‘kwo:tə] четверть.
dollar [‘dolə] - доллар.
nickel [‘nikl] монета в 5 центов.
equal [‘i:kwəl] равный, равносильный.
The US Monetary System
1 cent
coin is called a penny
We write 1c. or
$.01.
5 cent
coins are called nickels
We write 5c. or
$.05.
10 cent
coins are called dimes
We write 10c.
or $.10.
25 cent
coins are called quarters
We write 25c.
or $.25.
50 cent
coins are called half dollars
We write 50c.
or
$.50.
A dollar
bill is 100 cents
We write $1.00.
Listen,
comprehend and
repeat.
Answer.
Listen.
Repeat.
Look. Listen and
copy.
Formal
drill
Exercise 1
Answer my questions, please.
How many…..
1. quarters equal a dollar?
2. dimes equal a half dollar?
3. nickels equal a quarter?
4. nickels equal a dollar?
5. pennies equal a dime?
6. pennies equal a nickel?
Exercise №2
Look at the chart below and quess the
prices.
$.25
$.01
$6.05
$.20
$1.10
$5.75
Example: It’s six dollars
eleven cents
Summing
up
Exercise №3
In this word square there are 6 hidden words,
all connected with money matters. The words
are horizontal, vertical, or diagonal.
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Appraises pupil’s work.
Gives them their Home-task:
- Think of 5-7 sentences to describe the
following proverb:
“A penny saved is a penny earned” (копейка
рубль бережет.)
Nickel, quarter,
dollar, half-dollar,
dime, cent.
Additional Task.
Look at the dollar bills. What President are on the bills?
- Do you know anything about them?
1 Dollar: George Washington the 1
st
President (1789-1797)
2 Dollar: Thomas Jefferson the 3
rd
President (1801-1809)
5 Dollars: Abraham Lincoln the 16
th
President (1861-1865)
10 Dollars: Alexander Hamilton the 1
st
Secretary of Treasury (1789-1795) who
founded the 1
st
Bank of the United States which printed uniform currency
20 Dollars: Andrew Jackson the 7
th
President (1829-1837)
50 Dollars: Ulysses Simpson Grant the 18
th
President (1869-1877)
100 Dollars: Benjamin Franklin American statesman, diplomat, scientist,
inventor who helped to write the “Declaration of Independence” (1776)
Commentary: The bills above are used not only in the USA.
But outside the country as well. The bills below are used only on
the territory of the USA.
500 Dollars: William McKinley the 25
th
President (1897-1901)
1000 Dollars: Grover Cleveland the 22
nd
and the 24
th
President (1885-1889;
1893-1897)
5000 Dollars: James Madison the 4
th
President (1809-1817)
10,000 Dollars: Salmon P. Chase American statesman who originated the
national banking system (1861-1864)
100,000 Dollars: Thomas W. Wilson the 28
th
President (1913-1921)