План-конспект урока "Do you want to have fun?” 7 класс

План-конспект урока английского языка в 7 классе.
Тема урока: is “Do you want to have fun? ”
Цели и задачи урока:
1. Познакомить учащихся с наречиями образа действия.
2. Ознакомить учащихся с правилами орфографии, касающимися
правописания наречий.
3. Тренировать устную речь учащихся.
Ход урока.
1. Организационный момент.
Good morning, boys and girls! Glad to see you. Good morning, dear guests!
Welcome to our lesson.
Now let’s start our English lesson and take your seats. At first I’d like to
introduce myself. My name is … and I’m your English teacher today.
The theme of our lesson is “Do you want to have fun? ”. I think you can guess
what we will speak about today, can’t you?
Look! We have a strange letter. I wonder if you could understand it. Try to
decode this inscription.
T: Find the Russian equivalent.
Учащиеся выбирают русский эквивалент английской пословицы из
следующих вариантов:
На вкус и цвет товарища нет.
Люби хобби – мастером будешь.
Хобби – наш лучший друг.
As you see we’ll speak about favourite activities and hobbies.
We shall also make a mini-project work, an advertisement of your school club.
And revise grammar material an adverb of manner.
2. Фонетическая зарядка.
But first of all let’s warm up! Let’s pronounce the words you will need this
Я видел объявление в школе утром. Он был в хорошей форме. Они хотят
вступить в клуб верховой езды. Слайд 2
3. Рубрика «Friend
Football, tennis, badminton, stadium, hockey.
4. Ознакомление с наречиями.
ADVERBS of TIME Tell when an action happens: now, then, yesterday
adverbs of frequency Tell how often something is done: often, sometimes,
ADVERBS of PLAСE Indicate movement in a direction (where): abroad,
inside, here
ADVERBs OF manner Tell how something is done: well, loudly, easily
Answer my question, “How can we form an adverb of manner from adjective?”
Adverbs of manner are formed by adding ly to the corresponding adjectives.
For example:
Adjective + ly = Adverb of Manner
bad badly
complete completely
normal normally
surprising surprisingly
When the adjective ends in l, IT DOUBLES . For example:
When the adjective ends in y preceded by a consonant, the y is usually changed to
For example:
Adjective Adverb of Manner
busy busily
easy easily
happy happily
5. Выполнение упражнении.
Ex/1 p/172 выполняется у доски.
But what is it “a hobby”?
Tastes differ. Different people like different things, different people have
different hobbies.
Some people are fond of animals, others are interested in art. But the most
popular hobbies are sport, watching TV, playing musical instruments and
computer games.
Let’s see what the most popular pastime activities are. Look at the screen,
match the words and make up word combinations. Then write the answers. Use
the model.
Model: 1 b
1. going
2. playing
3. collecting
4. watching
5. listening
6. doing
7. reading
8. keeping
a. TV
b. out
c. books
d. computer
e. pets
f. sports
g. to music
h. stamps
1. - b
2. - d
3. - h
4. - a
5 - g
6. - f
7. - c
8. - e
Are you ready? Please, exchange your works, check them on your own and
give a mark. You may use the keys.
На экране появляются ключи. Учащиеся обмениваются работами,
проверяют их, выставляют отметки.
I suggest you to play a game “Guess the most popular hobbies”.
Let’s do ex/3
Here we have an advertisements of St/David’s School clubs/
I want you to read me the one you would like to join.
Making an advertisement of your club
T: Very good children! Now it’s time to sum up.
6.Подведение итогов.
Twice happy is the man who has a hobby.
If you have chosen a hobby according to your character and taste, you are lucky
because your life becomes more interesting.
No matter what kind of hobby a person has, he always has the opportunity of learning
much from it. Learning new things can be the most exciting hobby.
Did you like our lesson? Say, what you’ve learnt and how you’ve worked.
Thank you for attention!
T: I enjoyed your work at the lesson today. You are very active, attentive and bright. I
wish you Good Luck!
P1, your mark is a…etc. The lesson is over. You may be free. Good-bye,