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Date: 10th grade |
Theme: Extra reading. The horses of Botai.
The aim: Students will be able to tell about the horse of Botai.
The tasks: to teach to express opinion in English, to make up the questions and answer, to teach the idioms with the word a horse, to talk about the Kazakh traditions and nationals games with the horse, to teach to work in groups and express opinion, make the assessment for and of learning, to bring up to be active, positive, tolerate, friendly and respect the culture of our nation.
№ Stages of the lesson Teacher’s action Students’ action The expected result resources
1 Org moment,
division into groups 1Greetings. Let us welcome each other as they do in the tribes in New Guinea (tickle the chin), Eskimos (bit on the shoulder and the head), Samoas (sniff each other), England (hello, good morning)
2Division into 2 groups: “Claps” Teacher: If I clap twice, make group of 2, if I clap 3 times, make group of 3, etc.
3Setting the aim: We’re going to talk about culture of our country. We’ll read and discuss the text of the animal which lives with people for many centuries and gives people a meal. This animal is a symbol of courage, grace, beauty, speed. Do you know what the animal is? Yes, wings of a dzhigit is his horse. 1Greetings, repeat after the teacher psychological mood
2 The opening speech of a teacher Do you know that there are several types of Kazakh horse. Horse breeds in Kazakhstan: Kushum, Adaev, Jabe, Kustanai, Karabair. Kushum- is one of the most popular types of horse in Kazakhstan. It’s a small horse which can carry a man all day and live through cold winters and hot summers. Adaev-is used for meat and milk, Jabe- the best riding horse, Kustanai-looks like a beautiful racing horse, but it’s not strong. Karabair-the fastest horse.
Questions: What can you say about….? What kind of the horse is used as…? Listen to the teacher then answer the teacher’s questions. To know the Kazakh breeds of the horses Cards, aboard
3 Warm up
Idioms with a word “horse” On the board the cards. Match the idioms with definitions.
o Work like a horse -directly from the person who has the facts.
o Eat like a horse– to support someone or something that cannot win or succeed.
o Beat a dead horse- to eat a lot
o Straight from the horse’s mouth-very strong
o Back the wrong horse- to waste time doing something that has already been done
Reading examples with the idioms and translate: (Laptop)
I heard it straight from the horse`s mouth that our supervisor will be leaving the company next week.
Oh well, I guess we should have known that this marketing campaign wouldn’t work. We just backed the wrong horse this time.
I was beating a dead horse when I was arguing with my boss.
No wonder he's so fat. He eats like a horse.
The man was as strong as a horse and easily helped us move the sofa.
I'm too old to work like a horse. I'd prefer to relax more.9 Students find the definition and match them with idioms
Read and translate the idioms Be able to understand and remember idioms with a word “a horse” A board, Cards with idioms, a laptop
4 Vocabulary work New words on the board:
Domesticate- kept as a pet or on a farm, bits-snaffle, solid belt, pot- a container, typically rounded or cylindrical and of ceramic ware or metal, used for storage or cooking., racetracks- path or minor road, ancestry-parentage Write new words into vocabulary To know new vocabulary A board
5 Pre-reading task Discussion: -What is Botai? Where is it?
Botai-is a settlement in the Northern part of Kazakhstan in Atyrau region. Scientists have confirmed the horses were domesticated in this place by our ancestry.
It’s interesting to know that our ancestries live in the grounding hills. After a few hundred years people invented the yurts Students’ answers. To know what Botai is and to express opinion Photos on the board
6 Reading of the text
“The horses of Botai” P 81 The horses of Botai” Divide text into 2 parts
Method Jigsaw Two teams read parts of the text, discuss in groups Be able to understand the content of the text and express opinion Student’s book
7 Post reading task Method “Fishbone” Students write 3 questions on the bones, swap the questions, answer. Be able to ask and answer the questions handouts
8 Reflecting on practice
Phrase or statement
Students in groups complete the tables of reflection Gathering and sorting relevant information handouts
9 Checking the home tasks At home you read information about Kazakh national games involving horses. Listen and guess what the game is.
Baiga, Horse wrestling
What national games including a horse you know else?
The final word of the teacher:
"Whoever takes interest in Kazakh culture, one of the most original and richest cultures in Eurasia, pays tribute to a nation which even during the hardest years offered refuge to my people."
Students tell about Baiga, Horse wrestling
Answer: falconry, horse taming, toppling the rider
To lead to an understanding: If we respect the culture of other people we’ll be able to keep the customs and traditions of our country. To be able to use the vocabulary and grammar in speech A board, cards with Modal of deduction
Reflection The lesson was comfortable
It was not all clear It was difficult, nothing understand
The most active classmate (s)
My action: active, not always active, passive Now I know:
Students complete the chart, they express their attitude to classmates work and themselves identify successful and weaknesses of the lesson handouts
11 Home assignment Retelling of the text “The horses of Botai”
The teacher’s recommendation Students write the home task to improve students' speaking Student’s book, diary
12 Summary of the lesson Evaluation of the students’ activity. What two things went really well (consider both teaching and learning)? Put the estimates in the diary Students can express own ideas diary
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