Кисметова Галия Нагибудаевна
Кандидат педагогических наук, доцент
Западно-Казахстанский университет им. М. Утемисова
Тема: Dream homes.
Образовательные: — обеспечить в ходе урока закрепление грамматического правила «Past Perfect»
— актуализировать знания и расширить словарный запас на тему «Money».
Развивающие: создать условия для развития коммуникативных навыков через разнообразные виды речевой деятельности.
Воспитательные: способствовать развитию умения отстаивать свою точку зрения; способствовать развитию культуры взаимоотношений при работе в парах, группах, коллективе.
— создавать положительную мотивацию к изучению английского языка;
— активизировать изученную лексику.
Оборудование урока: учебники, рабочие тетради, аудиоаппаратура, карточки с заданиями.
Teacher. Good morning, students. I hope you are fine today. I think we can start. So let’s get down to work. Let me tell you a few words about the aims of our lesson. Today we are going to talk about money.
II. VOCABULARY AND SPEAKING
Answer the questions below with a partner. Check the meaning of the phrases in bold in your mini-dictionary if necessary.
a Have you ever:
• won any money (in a competition/lottery, etc.)?
• lost a large amount of money (in the street, etc.)?
• learned a lot of money?
• spent a lot of money on a Christmas or birthday present?
• saved up to buy something special and then thought it was a waste of money?
b Do you never/sometimes/often:
• lend money to other people?
• borrow money from members of your family?
• forget to pay back money which you have borrowed?
• dream about buying things you really can’t afford?
c Who pays each of these? Who receives the money?
• pocket money
• a fine
• a salary
• a tip
Read the text below and complete the gaps with a number from the box.
|2 17th |
- More than (1) 24 countries use dollars as their currency — including Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
- If you toss a coin, there are (2) __________ possible results: ‘heads’ or ‘tails’. But if you toss a coin 10,000 times, there will be more ‘heads’ than ‘tails’. This is because the picture of the head weighs more, so it ends up on the bottom.
- There are about 450 dollar billionaires in the world. About (3) _________ of them live in the United States.
- The world’s highest denomination note was the (4) ________ Pengo note, issued in Hungary in 1946. It was worth about $0.20.
- In (5) _________ century Sweden, the ten-daler coin weighed 19.71 kg.
- On 1 January (6) ________ , 15 billion euro banknotes and 50 billion euro coins came into circulation. Put end to end, the notes would reach to the Moon and back two and a halftimes.
- The world’s smallest bank note came from Romania. The ten-binar note was (7)______mm x 45 mm — the same size as a postage stamp.
- The heads on US dollar bills have not changed since (8) _________.
- In Australia, the $5, $10, $20, $50 and (9) $ __________ notes are all made of polymer — a type of plastic.
Read the first part of three jokes. Which joke goes with the picture?
1. The boss of a company called one of his employees into his office. The young man — who had only worked for the company for a few weeks — sat down nervously.
‘When you started working here a month ago, your salary was $50,000,’ said the boss. ‘Two weeks later, I doubled your salary to $100,000. Now I’m going to pay you $250,000 a year. What do you say to that?’
‘_________,’ said the young man.
2. The American comedian Jack Benny was famous for being mean.One day he had been to the bank and he was on his way home, when a robber appeared and pointed a gun at him ‘Your money or your life,’ hissed the robber.
There was a long silence.
‘What’s the matter with you? said the robber. ‘I said your money or your life.’
‘__________,’ said the old man.
Someone asked a millionaire how he had become so rich.
3. ‘As a young man, I was very poor,’ he said. ‘I spent my last $100 on an old second-hand car. I spent the next week cleaning and repairing it. Then I sold the car for $200. With the $200,1 bought two second-hand cars. I spent the next two weeks cleaning and repairing them. Then I sold them for $400. It wasn’t much, but I had made a profit of $200.’
‘My wife’s father_________,’ he replied.
V. WORDSPOT MAKE
1 Complete the gaps in the sentences with words from the box. Then listen and check your answers.
|a cup of tea a mess a phone call angry cry dinner feel friends noise profit|
a Wait a minute — I need to make___________before we go out.
Have you got Ana’s number?
b His new Internet company, Opportunities.com, made a big ________in its first year.
c Are you hungry? I’ll start making_________if you want.
d Stella’s already made lots of_________at her new school.
She’s very happy there.
e That new washing machine is making a very strange_________.
f You look really tired. Sit down and I’ll make you________.
g Our Maths teacher is really horrible — she nearly made Lucy ________ the other day.
h Andrew really makes me________. Why is he always, always late!!
i You can only use this room if you promise not to make________.
j I hate flying. It makes me__________really ill.
VI. REAL LIFE
You will hear four conversations. Match the conversations with the pictures above.
Listen to the conversations again and complete the information below.
a The woman wants to change $_______into pesos. The exchange rate is_______to the dollar. She receives__________.
b The woman would like to buy some earrings. The larger ones cost_______, and the smaller ones cost .
c In order open a bank account, the young man needs to bring his_____and a_______from his_____.
d To drink, the two young women had one_____and a________. They also ordered a club sandwich and a______. This all cost________, and they decided to leave as a tip.
Teacher. Today we have spoken much about money and we have discussed the topic from different points of view. I’d like to thank you for good work at the lesson. I give excellent marks to…, good – to …, etc.
The lesson is over. Goodbye!
H/t: 1) Ex. from the Workbook, p. 84 from the «Straightforward Intermediate Work book» by Philip Kerr.
2) Discuss with a partner. Think of two:
• things that make you angry.
• things that make a lot of noise.
• reasons why people make speeches.
• things that are made in Scotland.
• things that you can make with eggs.
• mistakes that you often make in English.