Топик "Through the jungle of English Grammar up to the richness of Vocabulary"

The topic of the lesson: Through the jungle of English Grammar up to
the richness of Vocabulary.
The teacher: Kumalova A.A.
The type of the lesson: a training lesson.
The aims of the lesson:
- to systematize and enlarge the knowledge and skills of the
students in doing grammar exercises;
- to contribute the process of analyzing and making conclusions by
the students;
- to develop logical thinking;
- to prepare for the final exam.
The tasks of the lesson:
Learning objectives: - to revise and practise Grammar;
- to activate students’ Vocabulary.
Developing objectives: - to develop the comprehension skills of the students;
- to develop memory and cognitive activity of the
Educational objectives to form a positive motivation;
to implement psychological training.
Using materials: M.Z.Biboletova “Enjoy English”, Student’s Book, 2012
M.Z.Biboletova “Enjoy English”, Teacher’s Book, 2012
E.A. Fomenko, I.B. Dolgopolskaya “English. State exams
preparation-2015”, Rostov-on-Don, 2014
E.V. Saharov “Testing materials for 9
graders”, Moscow, 2014
N.A.Bobrova “English. Training variants to the state exam”, 2013
U.S. Veselova “English. State final examination for 9
Internet resources
Multimedia means.
Motivation of the students
Using of multimedia means, doing different kinds of exercises, practicing
training variants of the exam materials motivate the pupils to more active and
productive working process at the lesson.
The course of the lesson
I. The organizational moment.
The teacher greets the students and informs about the theme and
objectives of the lesson:
Hello, boys and girls! Nice to see you at our lesson! How are you?
Today our lesson is dedicated to the training materials of your English
state final exam. As you see, we have put the following topic for the
lesson: “Through the jungle of English Grammar up to the richness of
Vocabulary”. So, what section of the state we are going to consider
today…can you guess that?
Well, we’ll work at the section “Grammar and Vocabulary”.
II. The basic stage of the lesson.
1. Warming up:
Let’s begin with the revision of the basic grammatical structures.
(Some of the verb tense forms are shown on the projector for students to
revise the way they are formed).
Remember the following verb tense-forms:
1. The Present Continuous Tense
be + V+ing
2. The Present Perfect Tense
have (has) + V3
3. The Present Continuous Passive
4. The Present perfect Passive
have (has) been + V3
5. The Past Continuous Tense
was (were) +V+ing
6. Conditional I
I will, if the Present Simple…
6. Reported Speech
He said that he went in for sport. (Он сказал, что занимается
Next slide demonstrate some of the irregular verbs which are actively used at the
given lesson:
Get got got
Go went gone
Put put put
Make made made
Fall fell fallen
Say said said
Take took taken
Run ran run
Rise rose risen
Look at your papers and complete the following sentences with the
proper forms of the verb. Would you read them now? (Appendix 1)
Remind me, please, the tense form of the verb you are using in your
sentence to be sure for the correctness of it. (In this way the students are
doing the work of Appendix 1).
2. Lexical Drill:
Let’s check your knowledge of the rules of the word-formation. Just
remember the following suffixes and prefixes:
a) adjective suffixes: -al, -ic, -ful, -able, -ing, -ous;
b) adjective prefixes: dis-, il-, im-, in-, un-;
c) noun suffixes: -tion, -ety/-ity, -ment, -iour, -dom, -ence, -ition, -er;
d) adverb suffixes: -fully, -ably, -ally, -ly, -ingly
(Students go out to the blackboard and hang the cards on the
blackboard). Now let’s do the next exercise on your papers
( Appendix 2).
The students read the sentences filling in the words on the right side of
the paper in the correct form. Then they translate the word they have
formed with the help of suffixes and prefixes and name what part of
speech has been formed.
3. Physical exercises for the students (to make the students move
while going on working):
Look at the blackboard and find out the examples of word-formation in
the following proverbs:
a. Happiness takes no account of time.
b. Misfortunes tell us what fortune is.
c. He is lifeless that is faultless.
d. Better a glorious death than a shameful life.
e. Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
Well, will you show us the component parts of the words formed with the
help of suffixes and prefixes? (Students come out to the blackboard to
demonstrate the component parts of the words. The parts of the words are
given on cards).
4. Grammar practice:
Well, as we have revised some basic English grammatical structures
(verb tense forms and word-formation) we can proceed to our training
tasks which are presented in the section “Grammar and Vocabulary”
(Appendix 3).
III. The summarizing stage of the lesson.
1. Making conclusions of the lesson.
2. Grading students’ work at the lesson.
3. Giving home tasks for the next lesson.