Rivers in the worldRivers in the world [Английский язык]

Автор статьи : Гульжихан М.
Организация : Орал қаласы, №20 ЖОББМ
Должность : ағылшын тілі мұғалімі
Дата : 31.03.2023
Theme of the lesson: “Rivers in the world”       Grade: 9
Learning objectives 9.4.3.1 understand the detail of an argument in extended texts on a range of familiar general and curricular topics 9.4.5.1 deduce meaning from context in extended texts on a range of familiar general and curricular topics;
Lesson objectives -          Identify the parts of an argument in given text; -          Give a detailed extended response showing their opinion, agreement or disagreement using appropriate vocabulary and expressing own ideas, giving reasons and specific details to support the argument -          evaluate different viewpoints while justifying
Plan  
Planned timings   Planned activities Learners’ activities Evaluation Resources
5 min         Greeting. Warm wishes   Check the home work “Veer”       Teacher shows the photos Teacher introduces pupils with the lesson objectives.     Pupils write their questions or some sentences about previous lesson on the veer branches   Pupils tell their opinion looking at the pictures The pupils guess the theme of the lesson:  “Rivers”         Pupils assess themselves by supporting the teacher’s feedback         PPT
5 min 10 Most Important Rivers in the World Rivers have been very useful to men in all parts of the world since prehistoric times. They provide a source of drinking water, for obtaining food, to fertilize lands and way to transport goods from place to place. Rivers also provide an important habitat for wildlife. They play an essential role in the ecology of rainforest and wetlands. And pay attention to list of the most important rivers in the world.       Pupils read the sentences   PPT
5 min                             15 min                                                                                         10 min         I.                   Reading.   1.Pre-reading.     Match the new words with their definitions           2.While-reading activity.   Differentiation tasks.     Task A.  Read the text. “Rivers of the world”  on the textbook. Answer the questions: Yes/No. Teacher supports the pupils with special needs. Yes/No   questions:   1. Is the Thames the UK? 2. Does it flow to the Atlantic Ocean? 3. Are there 37 bridges over the Thames? 4. Is Astana situated in the both banks of the Esil? 5. Are the  people enjoy taking a boat? 6. Can you see Akorda near the river?     Task B. 1. Find and correct false statements. 1. The Thames is situated in the USA ___ 2. It has been an iconic symbol of the capital city. ____ 3. There are lots of great photo opportunities from Big Ben.   ___ 4. The Esil flows through Astana ___ 5. People in Astana are interested in swimming in  the river. ___ 6. Ice skating and fishing are popular along the Esil.___     Task C.           Discussion. (PW) Think-Pair-Share. Instruction: 1. Make 3 questions by the text to each other and answer them. 2. One group give the assessment to another group for their answer.     3. Post-reading activity. Peer practice task. Make a Venn Diagram   What can you say about Zhayuk river? -       You are welcome to the Gallery: ”Rivers to the world ”   Group 1 and 2 writes some facts about river and they create gallery. Group 3 get an acquaintance with it. Reads the facts. Match the words to their definitions     Pupils assess themselves by the keys         Divide into 3 groups by choosing the pictures Volga Amazon Yangtze .       Pupils get handout and do the task. By doing this task the pupils with special needs can be active.                 .                           Pupils work in pairs. They ask questions 3 questions to each other and answer them. They can share their opinion freely.           Pupils write the differences and similarities of two rivers   Descriptor a learner -matches the words with their definitions - assesses to each other   Self-assessment                       Descriptor:                                                                A learner -identifies Yes/No   Pupils assess themselves by supporting the teacher’s feedback           Descriptor:                    a learner -finds and corrects false statements   Pupils assess themselves by supporting the teacher’s feedback       Descriptor:                                     a learner:                             -constructs 3 questions and responds to them; -shares one’s opinion   Pupils assess themselves by supporting the teacher’s feedback   Descriptor                                    a learner -          Write th differences and similarities of two rivers e   Pupils assess themselves by supporting the teacher’s feedback     PPT                                     Handout 1                           Handout 2                                       PPT
5 min Evaluation.    Self-Assessment.    Reflection.  Pupils make “Bouquet of Luck”     Home work. H/W:  Ex 2 p 26 (w.b) Pupils write their opinion in the stickers and do the bouquets     Pupils assess themselves by supporting the pupils’ feedback
Theme of the lesson: “Rivers in the world”       Grade: 9
Learning objectives 9.4.3.1 understand the detail of an argument in extended texts on a range of familiar general and curricular topics 9.4.5.1 deduce meaning from context in extended texts on a range of familiar general and curricular topics;
Lesson objectives -          Identify the parts of an argument in given text; -          Give a detailed extended response showing their opinion, agreement or disagreement using appropriate vocabulary and expressing own ideas, giving reasons and specific details to support the argument -          evaluate different viewpoints while justifying
Plan  
Planned timings   Planned activities Learners’ activities Evaluation Resources
5 min         Greeting. Warm wishes   Check the home work “Veer”       Teacher shows the photos Teacher introduces pupils with the lesson objectives.     Pupils write their questions or some sentences about previous lesson on the veer branches   Pupils tell their opinion looking at the pictures The pupils guess the theme of the lesson:  “Rivers”         Pupils assess themselves by supporting the teacher’s feedback         PPT
5 min 10 Most Important Rivers in the World Rivers have been very useful to men in all parts of the world since prehistoric times. They provide a source of drinking water, for obtaining food, to fertilize lands and way to transport goods from place to place. Rivers also provide an important habitat for wildlife. They play an essential role in the ecology of rainforest and wetlands. And pay attention to list of the most important rivers in the world.       Pupils read the sentences   PPT
5 min                             15 min                                                                                         10 min         I.                   Reading.   1.Pre-reading.     Match the new words with their definitions           2.While-reading activity.   Differentiation tasks.     Task A.  Read the text. “Rivers of the world”  on the textbook. Answer the questions: Yes/No. Teacher supports the pupils with special needs. Yes/No   questions:   1. Is the Thames the UK? 2. Does it flow to the Atlantic Ocean? 3. Are there 37 bridges over the Thames? 4. Is Astana situated in the both banks of the Esil? 5. Are the  people enjoy taking a boat? 6. Can you see Akorda near the river?     Task B. 1. Find and correct false statements. 1. The Thames is situated in the USA ___ 2. It has been an iconic symbol of the capital city. ____ 3. There are lots of great photo opportunities from Big Ben.   ___ 4. The Esil flows through Astana ___ 5. People in Astana are interested in swimming in  the river. ___ 6. Ice skating and fishing are popular along the Esil.___     Task C.           Discussion. (PW) Think-Pair-Share. Instruction: 1. Make 3 questions by the text to each other and answer them. 2. One group give the assessment to another group for their answer.     3. Post-reading activity. Peer practice task. Make a Venn Diagram   What can you say about Zhayuk river? -       You are welcome to the Gallery: ”Rivers to the world ”   Group 1 and 2 writes some facts about river and they create gallery. Group 3 get an acquaintance with it. Reads the facts. Match the words to their definitions     Pupils assess themselves by the keys         Divide into 3 groups by choosing the pictures Volga Amazon Yangtze .       Pupils get handout and do the task. By doing this task the pupils with special needs can be active.                 .                           Pupils work in pairs. They ask questions 3 questions to each other and answer them. They can share their opinion freely.           Pupils write the differences and similarities of two rivers   Descriptor a learner -matches the words with their definitions - assesses to each other   Self-assessment                       Descriptor:                                                                A learner -identifies Yes/No   Pupils assess themselves by supporting the teacher’s feedback           Descriptor:                    a learner -finds and corrects false statements   Pupils assess themselves by supporting the teacher’s feedback       Descriptor:                                     a learner:                             -constructs 3 questions and responds to them; -shares one’s opinion   Pupils assess themselves by supporting the teacher’s feedback   Descriptor                                    a learner -          Write th differences and similarities of two rivers e   Pupils assess themselves by supporting the teacher’s feedback     PPT                                     Handout 1                           Handout 2                                       PPT
5 min Evaluation.    Self-Assessment.    Reflection.  Pupils make “Bouquet of Luck”     Home work. H/W:  Ex 2 p 26 (w.b) Pupils write their opinion in the stickers and do the bouquets     Pupils assess themselves by supporting the pupils’ feedback