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The theme: Foods for special day.

The aims of the lesson:

Educational:

-to practice listening for detailed information, to revise and consolidate the material of the unit.

b) socio cultural:

to enable pupils to talk about food on special days, to have freer written and oral practice.

Developing:

To practice writing and to develop pupils writing skill.

The type of the lesson: unusual

The method of the lesson: communicative

The equipments of the lesson: Fly High 6, cards, pictures, CD, computer, stickers, papers

 Organizational moment:

-greeting (good afternoon);

-to ask daily news, (day, date, the weather and participation of pupils)

-to repeat the previous lesson,

-to check homework,

-to explain the new theme;

-to do exercises;

-to listen and fill the sentences,

-to put marks according to the pupils knowledge, participation, ability.

-to give a task for doing at home (homework)

 Activity 1.

To find the words in the wordlist and write the meaning, and give questions according to the new theme, put the sentences in order

What special days do you know?

What is your favorite holiday?

What do the words smell, taste, attractive and wheat mean?

you/Can/palov/cook?

fa m i ly/yo u r/cooks/Wh o/i n/pa I ov?

you/did/eat/palov/When/last/time?

does/your/What/mother/cook/on/foods/special days?

foods/like/mum/What/like/does?

things/do/you/What/use/when/cook/you/at home?

at/What/your/does/family/foods/cook/Navruz?

you/What/do/last/did/Sunday?

your/What/favourite/is/food?

like/it/Why/you/do?

 Activity 2

 after answering pupil listen about Anvar’s letter to Lucy and fill the sentences.

Hello, Lucy

I am glad you my cassette . . . . . . . . . Thanks for writing about . . . . . . . . My mum says she can make them at the weekend. Mmm. They . . . . . . delicious. I want to tell you about special thing called . . . . . . . We make it in spring. We eat it in . . . . . . . . Navruz is on 21 March. It’s our eastern new year. Only good cooks can make Sumalak, oh and Sumalak is only made by . . . . . .

The . . . . . . . . are sprouted wheat, flour, . . . . . ., stones and . . . . Women cook the mixture slowly all night. In the morning it cools. Then it’s . . . . . . It’s delicious. We usually eat it with . . . . . . . Can you guess what the stones are for?

Write to me again soon. Good bye.

Anvar. 

1. Yesterday we (go) on a picnic.

2.We (take) some and a flask of water.

3.We (put) some water in the and (take) tea.

4.My father (cook) good

5.We (have) good rest.

 Activity 3

 In this activity pupils should work with mimes.

Smell, Sumalak, bread, kazan, opener, spoon, flower, taste, picnic, pancake.

 Then pupils should tell which activity they liked and tell their opinions.

 To give a task for doing at home. (homework)

 Grammar exercise 3 on page 68

 To put marks according to the pupils knowledge, participation and ability

“5”-excellent;

“4”-good;

“3”-bad:

 Narzullayeva S.