Конспект урока для 3 класса "Wild and domestic animals"

-to revise the vocabulary;
-to develop the pupils’ listening and reading skills;
-to practice speaking in dialogues and monologues;
-to develop the logical thinking; the pupils’ creative imagination in communicative
-to teach the children to work in groups and pairs;
-to develop love and interest to English.
Pictures of animals, cards with tasks, texts for reading, masks of wild and
domestic animals, blackboard.
1. Greetings
T. Good morning, children!
Ps. Good morning, teacher!
T. I’m glad to see you!
Ps. Glad to see you too!
T. Take your seats, please!
2. Announcing the topic and the aims of the lesson
T. Today we’ll have an unusual lesson. It is a game.
Do you like to play?
Ps. Yes, we do.
T. Today we’ll have a talk about wild and domestic animals. We’ll have many
tasks. Are you ready to learn and play?
Ps. Yes, we are.
3. Warming-up
T. Let’s start our lesson with warming-up!
Ps. My eyes can see!
My ears can hear!
My mouth can talk!
Let’s begin our work.
4. Patters
T. Our first task is patters. Read them on your cards and try to pronounce them
1. Pat’s black cat is in Pat’s black hat.
2. A black cat sat on a mat. And ate a fat rat.
3. A girl sees three big grey geese.
4. Pat keeps two pets.
5. What a big black cat!
What a cat! What a cat!
Ann’s cat is black.
6. Swan swam over the sea.
Swim, swan, swim!
Swan swam back again.
Well swum, swan!
5. The words’ chains
T. Children, you have to write the chains of English words on the blackboard.
You will have only one minute to do it. But at first let’s refresh our memory about
names of wild and domestic animals.
So, let’s start.
Elephant, etc.
6. Puzzle
T. Now I want to give you an “Animal Puzzle”.
Badger comes out of the hole at night. At that time, he often meets other animals.
What are they? If you put the words pieces together correctly in pairs, you will
know the names of eight animals.
Key: camel, bear, horse, cat, donkey, hare, fox, lion.
T. You are right.
7. Speaking activities
T. And now let’s organize groups of four. ( Teacher gives the pupils pictures of
the animals and asks the pupils to organize the groups.)
T. Each group will prepare a description of an animal, but does not name it. And
the members of the other group will guess the animal.
1) It lives on farms or in houses.
Its black or white, grey or red.
It has got short or long ears.
It likes bones.
2) It lives in forests. It is brown.
It is fat. It has got a lot of hair on his body.
It has got a short tail. It likes honey.
3) It is not big, not small.
It likes hens and chickens.
It lives in the forest.
It is red and very cunning.
4) It has long ears.
It can jump and run.
It likes carrots and cabbage.
8. Hidden words
T. Children! Look at the blackboard, please!
Only pupils, who will find hidden animals quicker then all, will be invited into the
Nature Lovers’ society.
Find the hidden animals.
God (dog), noil ( lion), gerti (tiger), nomeky (monkey), omuse ( mouse), tac (cat),
bezra (zebra), sohre (horse), xof (fox).
9. Physical activity
T. I see you are tired a little bit , let’s have a rest. Imagine that you are at your
gym lesson. Do some exercises, and after that we’ll continue our lesson. Stand up,
Can you hop like a rabbit,
Can you jump like a frog,
Can you walk like a duck,
Can you run like a dog,
Can you fly like a bird,
Can you swim like a fish,
Sit down, please!
10. Oral Practice (pair work)
T. And now, we will start the dialogue-making game.
Make your questions about animals. (dialogues )
Work in pairs, ask and answer your questions.
I’ll give you a few minutes to prepare. Are you ready? Who wants to
act a dialogue out?
Well done!
11. Game “ Mistake”
T. Your next task is to find mistakes in the sentences and correct them.
1) The hare is a big animal.
2) The cat lives in the forest.
3) The wolf likes honey.
4) The fox is a domestic animal.
5) The tiger lives on a farm.
6) The monkey likes bones.
7) The squirrel lives in the river.
8) The lion is a small animal.
9) The dog eats leaves and fruit.
10) The cow is a wild animal.
12. Guessing Game
T. Listen to the riddles and name the animals.
1) This animal is big and strong. It likes honey and berries. It can run and jump. It
can clime the trees. (A bear)
2) It is small and funny. It likes bananas as bears honey. ( A monkey)
3) Who carries his house with him? (A turtle)
4) It likes grass in winter-hay. It gives us milk and Milky-way. ( A cow)
5) We like this bird and call it the bird of peace. (A dove)
6) It’s usually grey, it has long ears, it has hoofs but it’s not a horse. ( A donkey)
7) This animal lives with us and likes to catch mice. ( A cat)
8) It cannot talk but it can bark. ( A dog)
9) It’s coloured, it’s bright, it can walk, run and fly. It cannot swim, but it can
sing, usually in the morning. ( A cock)
10) This is a wild animal. It likes apples and nuts. It has got many neddles. ( A
13. Reading and dramatization
T. Dear, children! I am sure all of you would like to be actors. Imagine that you are
actors, let’s play! But at first read these stories than use gestures and mime to
dramatize these ones.
(Pupils are proposed to read the stories and to show the plot by mean of
The Lion and the Mouse
Once there was a big forest. The lion was the king of the forest. One day he
was having his afternoon nap. A little young mouse was playing near him. She
jumped on his back and the lion woke up. He caught the mouse in his paw. The
mouse said to him, “Oh, please, let me go and I will help you one day.” The lion
let her go and said, “You are too small to help me. Go away!”
One day the lion got caught in a hunter's net. He began to cry.
The mouse heard him and came to help. She cut the net with her sharp little teeth.
The lion was free and full of joy. He said, “thank you, my little friend! You saved
my life!” The smallest friend can be the strongest help.
The Fox in the Well
One day a red fox goes for a walk. He comes to a well. He wants to drink.
He doesn't know that there is no water.
The Fox looks down and falls into the well. He cannot get out of it and begins to
cry. But then he hears that some-body comes to the well. It is a goat.
The Fox is very clever and has a plan how to get out of the well.
The Goat looks down and sees the Fox.
'Hello, Mr.Fox! What are you doing there?' he asks. 'Hello, Mr.Goat.
I am having a good time here,' says the Fox. 'The grass in the well is very
good.' 'Do you eat grass?' asks the Goat. 'No, I don't. But you can come down
and eat it. It is very good.' 'Oh, you are so kind. Thank you,' says the Goat. And
he jumps down into the well.
Then the Fox jumps on the Goat's back, gets out of the well and runs away.
T. Thank you very much! You are real actors!
14. Lesson Summary
T. Our lesson is coming to the end. How are you now? If you are O. K. and happy
stick a picture of a bright sun on the blackboard, if you are not well and sad
stick a picture of a dark cloud.
I'm very pleased with your work. We have done everything that was planned for
this lesson. Your answers were excellent. I am happy to have such clever
pupils. You know a lot about animals.
Thank you for this lesson. Here are your final marks.
Stand up, please!
Our lesson is over!
You may be free!